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IN REPLY, PLEASE REFER TO 
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November 26, 191 




Director, FBI. 

re: Society op former special agents/6f the 
federal bureau of investigation, inc. , 

Dear Sir: 

I have been advised by former SAC Edward E. 
Conroy that at a recent meeting of the above Society the 
following officers were elected for the coming year: 

president JOHN W.-/VINC: 

1st Vice-President WILLIAM JAM 

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October 27, 1948 



Mr. John Edgar Hoover 

Director 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 

Department of Justice Building 

Wf-snington, D. C. 

Dear Mr. Hoover: 




I mn of tne opinion tnat tne Bureau could "benefit tremendously 
public relations-wise end et tne same time perform a vitally 
needed service to tne country tnrough a nation-wide public 
education program on tne "Dangers of Communism." Tne program 
wnicn I envision would consist of speecnes made before church 
and cific gromps, -ecnools, colleges, - fraternal and social or- 
ganizations, trade associations, conventions and tne like. 

It is not my suggestion that Bureau employees give tnese talks, 
but rather tart tne Bureau simply grant its blessings in tne 

way of "subtle cooperation" with the! Society of Former S-pefcial 
Agent ej of the F. B. I. ' "" " 

Members of tne Society are not strangers to the Bureau. The 
Bureau knows more about tnem than tney know about themselves. 
Tfiere has seen installed in tnem a feeling of loyalty and pride 
which does not diminish with years of separation. They still 
get just e little "chesty" when Bureau activities are headlined. 
Tney cannot forget trat the Bureau officials, more than my 

otner group of important government officers, were the first not 
only to recognize the danger of Communism but to do something *■. 
about it. 

Tne Society is made up of e group of men, the majority of ■ whom 
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their fields of endeavor largely through their training and ex- 
perience with 4 the Bureau. These men are prideful of the feet 
tney nave teen in Bureau serviee or they obviously would not 
continue to maintain their membership in the Society. 

At the same time, their appreciation or %ne dangers of Communism, 
I am sure, is m-ch greater tn^n that of the .average citizen. 
They would leap at the Opportunity to be| of service to the Bureau 
in the manner I have suggested. ■ 

By *subtle cooperation" I mean Bureau participation only to tne 
extend of furnishing that information which the Bureau is at 
liberty to disclose. The Bureau has an interest in seeing that 
the subject matter is accurate end is. extremely well presented. 
I have not discussed this suggestion with any officer or even 
any member of tne Society. Rather than proceeding along that 
line, I think that much greater enthusiasm for +.re program would 
be engendered by a request from you to the Society for their co- 
operation in a program of this nature. 

One of the reasons I feel so strongly about this matter is thr.t 
it is my responsibility to negotiate contracts with a local union 
of tne United Electrical Radio and Machine Workers of America - 
C. I. 0. I fully appreciate to what lengths a Communist-dominated 
organization will go to further its objectives. 

I would be pleased to have your reactions. 

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TB£ SOCIETY 0? FORMER AGENTS OF 1HE 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF ETVESTIGATiaR, INC. 
Washington Chapter 



November 29, 19^8 



Dear Member: 



***; Washington Chapter will hold its annual dinner Monday 
night, December 6, 19U8, at the Touchdown Club, iklk Eye Street, H. V 
Your officers, and the Dinner Committee, headed by John Philip, have planned 
a full evening for you enjoyment. 

Guests of the evening will be the United States Attorney 
George Morris Fay, John Vincent, the Society's National President for the 
coming year, and Mike Hunicutt, well known radio entertainer. Invitations 
fcave been extended to several Judges of our local Courts and to Major 
Robert J. Barrett, Chief of the Metropolitan Police Department who has x/ 
been asked to discuss the newly formed police reserve corps at this meeting 

To top off the evening, our Chapter will hold elections of 
officers for the coming year. The nominating Committee, consisting of 
Joe Cannon, Aaron Jacobean and Kenny Collins have nominated the following for 
various offices: 

Chairman: Edward P. Guinane 

James R, Sharp 




Vice Chairman: 



John W. Phillip / 

Francis D. FLanagan>/ 



Secretary: Daniel L. O'Connor 

Sterling F. Stoudenmire 

Treasurer: Raymond F. Newkirk 

Leonard R. Viner 

v « ^ A , The succe8S of our !»** meeting shows the popularity of the 

rof £J2£ ?S Per ; !?*!£?"* Conmltte * **« arranged for another buffet 
for December 6th and this will consist of turkey, ham, chicken salad, 

^L^ ¥* ^iJ^ trimmings. Again all liquid refreshments will be 
on the house" and the nominal price of $5.00 will again prevail. 

This is our Oast meeting of the current year and the last 



over which your current officers will preside. Let*B have a big turn 
out and make it a success. 



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The Time: 
The Place: 

The Affair: 
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December 6, 19^8 

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Touchdown Club 

lUllf Eye Street, N. W, 

Annual Meeting, 
Election of officers, 
Buffet Supper, and 
Liquid Refreshments 

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Sincerely 



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Chairman, Washington Chapter 



Dan O'Connor 

Secretary, Washington Chapter 



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talked with me while you and \ | zggre tied up 

concerning an invitation to address the Quarterly Meeting 
of the Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI of 
Northern 'Oh io.~~~Mf. Abbaticchio was told that he should not 
do iTiis but should present some ttM^^*s£ excuse for not 
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section of the last issue of the GRAPEVINE 
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OFFICIAL 
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SOCIETY FORMER SPECIAL AGENTS 

OF THE 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 
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F. M. HICKEY SOCIETY'S EIGHTH 
PRESIDENT 

Francis M, Hickey passed away on Friday, Decem- 
ber 31, 1948 in Washington, D. C. Several months ago 
he had undergone an operation at George Washington 

University Hospital 



there and it was 
understood he had 
had a good recovery. 
He had returned to 
work and had been 
returned to the hos- 
pital for only one 
day at the time of 
his passing. Burial 
was at Stillwater, 
Saratoga County, 
New York on Tues- 
day, January 4, 1949. 
Mr. Hickey is sur- 
vived by his widow. 
"Jerry" as he was 
affectionately known 
in the Bureau and, 
his friends was the 
Society's eighth pres- 
ident serving the 
year 1945-46. He served in the FJB.I. from 1923 to 1941 
where he made a host of friends. After leaving the 
Bureau he was with Army Air Forces Intelligence 
Section and American Airlines in New York City. A 
year or two ago he went to Washington, D. C. with the 
Central Intelligence Agency where he was employed 
until his death. He served in the Navy from 1912 to 
1916, was a Lt. Commander US.N.R. from 1934 to 1941. 
The passing of "Jerry" Hickey is a loss to the 
entire Society because he was a man of friendly under- 
standing and had always been an active interested 
member. The news of his untimely passing was a 
distinct shock to his many friends. 




Keeping Up With Those You Know 

Ray Sullivan with Arabian American Oil Company 
attended annual meeting. He is interested in men 
wanting to sign a two year contract. Says you can 
save money. 

Lew Nichols has left Kansas City for Manhattan 
Beach, California. 

H. J. Washington is with Dodge Bros. Corp. St. 
Louis, Missouri. 

Looks like Willard Max moved a couple of blocks 
down the street out of St. Louis into Clayton, Mo. Hey, 
Willard, did you ever get your picture? 

Gene Berry is in North Hollywood, Calif. 

Fred Ragsdall moved from Dallas, Ga. to Atlanta. 

E. R. Landsnaes has removed from West Coast to 
31606 Auburn Drive, Birmingham, Michigan. In long 
epistle changing his address he claims he went to a 
certain university which we don't dispute. We raise 
an eyebrow on his assertion that he was in attendance 
there with Tom Myers. We never asked Tom but 1/ty.., 
certain Tom didn't go to college — or if he did — why is 
he working for a living? 

Hubert O'Malley is an attorney with Creole 
Petroleum Corp., New York City. 

J. Anthony Marcus of 205 E. 42 Street, New York 
is with the Institute of Foreign Trade and if you are 
interested in an article on "How The Soviets Steal 
Our Industrial Secrets" -write him and he will send 
you the six page article. 

Dan McCain is with Chicago Crime Commission. 

Patrick Condry is an attorney in Clarksburg, West 
Virginia. Pat, your Grapevine Editor travelled West 
Virginia for many years and will never forget the fine 
restaurant your town could boast. Incidentally if any 
member finds himself sick in Charleston, W. Va* Pat's 
father John C. is a doctor there. 

Keith Angell is with Economic Cooperation Adminis- 
tration and expects to be assigned to their Paris office. 

Horace Duffy formerly Waukesha, Wise, is with 
R.CA. Victor, Indianapolis, Ind. 



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Wayne Listerman moved recently to his estate in 
Shaker Heights, Ohio. 

Bill Carroll is Attorney for the Air Pilots Asso- 
ciation, Chicago, 111. 

Doug Gessford is at 1 Brookwillow Rd., Long 
Branch, N.J. — (Long time — no see Doug. 

John E. Julsrud has returned to the F.B.I, and is 
reported working in the Chicago area. 

John Manning was in Los Angeles at time of 
annual meeting in New York. 

Mort Jones is it our fault or yours? 

John Drury of Schenectady, N. Y. we are afraid 
you are suffering with itching feet or wanderlust. May- 
be you only wish to escape New York winters? 

Jim Fogarty attended annual meeting. 

What's this? W. Edmund Peters is at 4108 Stan- 
hope Ave. Dallas, Texas. Last we heard of him he was 
playing bridge in Japan. 

Al Muzzey with Air Forces, Washington, D. C. 
Best wishes Al! 

Tom Heffernan is practicing ' law at Corona Del 
Mar and Santa Ana, Calif. 

Emmett F. McCarthy is operating his own agency 
under his own name at San Francisco, Calif. 

J. Harrod Berry is a member of the firm Talley 
& Berry— Attorneys— 'North Little Rock, Ark. 

A. Bruce Bielaski, former President of the Society 
is mentioned in article in the Saturday Evening Post 
of January 8, 1949— page 57. 

Did we ever report Daniel P. Sullivan of ten 
years Bureau Service was appointed Director of Law 
Enforcement Institute, Dade County, Florida about 
July 15, 1948. It is to be similar to the Chicago Crime 
Commission. Also that about the same time Virgil W. 
Peterson, Director, Chicago Crime Commission visited 
Miami, Fla. where he appeared before a large number 
of civic organizations and spoke to overflowing crowds. 

Henry Martin is with Al Pike and Bruce Bielaski 
of the National Board of Fire Underwriters working 
in the sunny south. 

Incidentally there was quite an article on Bruce 
Bielaski and the Arson Dept. of the National Board of 
Fire Underwriters in Coronet Magazine for June 1948. 

Charlie Scully, first president of the Society is a 
busy man, as late as July 20, 1948 had not found time 
_j£ff.Ms summer vacation. Remind us to ask him if 
he ever took it. If we didn't know he lifcetf a good 
glass of beer we would ask him what he was doing in 
Milwaukee in July. 

Tom McDade you better kick that dough you got 
from Ellory Queen into the Society Treasurer. We 
know you solid them a story on the Society— 

We do not know of anything more surprising nowa- 
days than to receive a visit from James E. Fitzpatrick. 

Glenn Gannon a member of the Buffalo Chapter 
got himself admitted to New York Bar July 8, 1948. 

Ed Diemer of St, Louis was in New York City in 
December. Ted Conroy, Bill Seery and Bab Dick listen- 
ed to him tell of the advantages of living In St. Louis. 
We are afraid we were a little rough on Ed when Con- 
roy told him how quick he could get to a golf club and 
Bob Dick told him how quick he could go deer hunting— 
Seery what did you tell him— All had a good time re- 
gardless — 

Did you know we had 23 Chapters In the Society? 
Jack Buckley! We will never understand it— Frank 



Garbarino's daughter won the Miss Atlantic City title 
a year or two ago. Jack Buckley's daughter is a 
Conover Model— AH we can say is that we would like to 
hear the explanation you and Ganbarino would make — 
a couple of old gizzards that you both know you are. 

Jack Buckley! Your Christmas card was such a 
pleasant surprise we won't get mad about it. Confi- 
dentially Buckley clipped heading from Grapevine "Ex- 
pecting" "By Bob Dick" and then inquired if we were 
bragging— Why should we rib Bill Rooney for writing 

in the Grapevine that gave birth to 

a baby girl: 

George Storck wants us to go back to the previous 
magazine form of the Grapevine! How about the rest 
of you? 

Joe Bishop— ©id our letter burn your hand or did 
it burn you up? 

Wayne Listerman was a New York visitor a few 
days after the annual meeting in November. 

Joe Bishop attended the annual meeting in New 
York. Joe woke up in Cleveland and wrote a letter 
wanting immediate release with account of happenings 
at annual meeting. Minutes of meeting reflect Mr. 
Bishop spoke "Fluidly" to members assembled at meet- 
ing while experiencing difficulty in remaining on feet. 
This difficulty attributed by some members to new 
atomic ray. 

Flash— Bill Seery is on the wagon! 

Ted Conroy gets honorable mention in Police Chiefs 
News but we have yet to read account about him play- 
ing Santa Claus for a bunch of unfortunate kids. 

Harvey Rath did a grand thing through connections 
by making more presents by reduced costs to the same 
children. 

George R. Blue of the Society and Secretary of 
New Orleans Chapter is in the law firm of Beard and 
Blue-^Of course we will never quite understand why 
they didn't adopt the firm -name "Blue-Beard." Certain- 
ly should have attracted a wealth of feminine clients. 

Lee Seward attended the annual meeting coming 
from Pittsburgh. We haven't forgotten your request 
Lee! 

Floyd E. Chalkley is a hard man to keep track— 
we hear he lives in Virginia and does business around 
Washington, D. C. Then we hear he is in Chicago. 

W. C. Dannentierg could write a good history of 
the Federal Bureau of Investigation. 

Joseph Bayliss made every attempt to be in New 
York for the annual meeting on November 19th. Joe 
has not been feeling quite up to par the last year or 
so but he and Mrs. Bayliss arrived in New York several 
days after the meeting. We think Joe thoroughly en- 
joyed himself in his visits with old friends of Bureau 
days. Your editor had a most delightful visit with Mr. 
& Mrs. Bayliss at their hotel. We were swapping 
memories like a couple of old horse-traders. 

Dick Johnson is with Licensed Beverage Industries, 
New York. 

Did Jack Harrigan ever tell you about the Society 
Secretary making reservations for he and his wife at 
a local hotel? Paging Miss Keogh; 

The Boston Post Magazine for November 14, 1948 
carried an article on Society and several members of 
the Boston Chapter entitled "What Happens to Ex-G- 
Men?" Considerable space to three but we won't mention 
their names because they didn't get your old editor an 



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honorable mention even. Now don't get too sore Mr. 
M., Mr. C. and Mr, M. 



Society Membership Privileges 

Many ask, "What does a fellow get out of belong- 
ing to the Society of Former Special Agents of the 
<FJBJ.?" We quote herewith a few of the many. Mem- 
bers are privileged too: 

Become a member in October and write a bang up 

letter giving us H because their name does not 

appear in membership directory published the proceed- 
ing January. 

Pay their dues any old time while we pay Society 
expenses with other fellows dues. 

Look in vain for mention of your name in ths 
Grapevine. 

Criticize anyone who works for the success of the 
Society and claim they are trying to run it. 

Complain that your name has been misspelled in 
Directory. 

Suggest the Grapevine be published weekly. 

For five dollars own a part of a $20,000 business 

Be expelled for non-payment of annual dues. 

In New York see an ancient landmark four times 
a year without paying guide fee e.g. Martinique Hotel. 

Call Bowling Green 94630. 

Ask when the next Grapevine will come out. 

Suggest such and such an article should be written 
and published in the Grapevine with no thought of 
writing it yourself. 

If an old member call the new members "young 
■upstarts." 

If a new member call the older members "old 
fossils." 

(Where can you get more privileges for five bucks? 



Chapter Chairmen 

Boston .Edwin J. Donovan 

New Orleans Dudley C. Foley 

Cleveland Joseph H. Bishop, Jr. 

Houston .Howard S. Hoover 

Detroit ^Raymond M. Lyons 

St. Louis Gene E. Strong 

San Antonio John F. Sutton, Jr. 

Kansas City John A. Morrison 

San Francisco Robert E. Lanctot 

New Haven .'Frank J. Whelan 

Cincinnati John Heilker 

Chicago John A. Breen 

Omaha - .Gail E. Burbridge 

Seattle JHarry S. Redpath 

Philadelphia _ JRobert H. Hicks 

Salt Lake City JHyde T. Clayton 

Milwaukee .Wm. Gramling 

Newark JRaymond C. Sprow 



Sorry But True! 

William F. Seery was arrested on January 9, 1949 
and charged with fatally stabbing Jerome Blank a 
prominent Wall Street broker. Mr. Seery has been 
operating his own business out of Room 903, 70 Pine 
Street, New York. Local newspapers report Seery is 
a former F.B.I. Agent who was with, the Bureau for 
many years. 

Tom McDade appeared before the Federal Grand 



Jury in New York on January 4, 1949. He is presently 
with the General Foods Corporation. It is reported 
while in the Armed Forces he had access to highly 
confidential military secret weapons later found In 
possession of the Russian Forces. Whirtaker Chambers 
definitely identified McDade as an old friend and 
acquaintance. 

Attorney John Trimble was sentenced to Sing Sing 
to a term of 3-5 years by Justice Roe on January 29, 
1949 for absconding $850,000. of a clients money. When 
the doors of Sing Sing swing shut on Trimble he still 
had not divulged the reason for his act or had the 
authorities located the missing funds. 

. Lou Juskow was taken into custody by the Brook- 
lyn District Attorneys office for questioning after 
he was unable to explain to police following a minor 
traffic accident, the finding of a body in the trunk of 
his automobile. 

John Brennan was arrested at his home after 
police acting on a tip found six thoroughbred race 
horses tied in his garage. It is reported authorities 
have been looking for the horses since shortly before 
the close of Belmont race track. One horse found at 
his home is believed to be Citation. The police believe 
Brennan was able to make away with the horses as 
a trusted employee of Thoroughbred Racing Protective 
Association. Local racing authorities quoted Brennan 
as stating he betrayed his trust hoping to produce a 
super horse by crossing Citation with Man 0*War. 

Commander Louis J. Wade a reservist of the U. 
S. Navy was convicted on January 20, 1949 at the 
Brooklyn Navy Yard by a Navy Board. Wade was 
found guilty on testimony given that he was the 
famous Japanese Admiral Fou Lipschitz. 

West Orange police are still trying to solve the 
major mystery in the history of their department. 
Early in the morning of November 20, 1948 they were 
called to the house of Robert W, Dick where they 
found his body — Nearby they found a scrawled note 
addressed to his wife; "It was*"a crooked count." The 
police are still tracing and questioning all persons 
known to have been entitled to be addressed as "Count" 
in European and other countries. Police are also be- 
lieved to be working on the theory of foul play. 

Yes we are sorry but it is true we can't write 
news with the interest of accounts as above for the 
Grapevine. We are sure you would find it more"" 
interesting than items such as Wayne Merrick moved 
from 289 Adams Mill Road to 291 Adams Mill Road but 
the latter is about all we get. 

'Lest you forget all the above items relating to 
members, Seery, Trimble, McDade, Juskow and Wade 
are untrue and nothing but the mad mind of Bob Dick, 
who won't bring a libel suit. 



True Storv 

By C. A. GANNON 

A man sat sipping his beer in the Pen and Pencil 
Club in Philadelphia after the ArmyJNavy game. He 
was approached by a convivial lad who claimed to be 
from New York City and as one who had spent his 
lifetime in Police work. The beer drinker asked the 
stranger whether he worked out of Center Street 
whereupon the stranger produced a credential card 
from "another" governmental agency. The beer 
drinker was unimpressed. The stranger then played 



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his trump card by exhibiting a membership card in the 
Society of Former Special Agents of the Federal 
Bureau of Investigation, Inc. The beer drinker was 
still unimpressed and stated that he also had one of 
those cards. The stranger offered to wager $50 that 
'this was not a fact. But the beer drinking Pen and 
Pencil Club member refused to wager on ethical 
grounds and produced his Society membership card. 
This resulted in beer drinking-Pen and Pencil Club 
member Charlie Gannon meeting stranger John J. 
Sullivan in town to see the Army-Navy game. ^ Need^ 
less to add, both men enjoyed the incident, especially 
when they determined that both had served the Bureau 
in South- America and had many mutual friends. 



The Case Of The Dwteht- Scott- Smith- K.C. 
and N. Y. C. 

Under date of. November 14, 1948 Dwight H. Smith 
—(Let us see^No it was Dwight H. Scott wrote us as 
follows from Merrick, Kansas— No, it was Merrick, 
New York. 

"Just to set the record straight and also just to 
prevent either Dwight Smith or myself from being 
confused with another "Dwight" who is presently con- 
nected with Columbia University, (we are all mixed up 
now the letter must be from Mr. Scott H. Dwight and 
we thought it was from- Mr. Scott. Gee it was bad 
enough with two of them in it now we have three 
Mr. Dwigh-ts) I present the following facts to clear 
up that confusion in the October issue." (Editors note: 
We didn't know there was any confusion in the Grape- 
vine. Will some one please help us! We thought the 
confusion was over Dwight Smith- and Dwight Scott but 
now it is over three Mr. Dwights. Confidentially Mr. 
Dwight, we mean Mr. Smith, Mr. Scott will you please 
write Joe Bishop out in Cleveland and tell him there 
was a Grapevine in October. Now where were we, 
oh— yes we were in the quotes) "Dwight H. Scott 
1942-1945" (must be three years old. says ye editor) 
"Never practiced law in Kansas City, in fact never 
been in that fair city. Connected with National Bis- 
cuit but didn't have to change my name or domicile to 
get the job. Presently deeply concerned as to whether 
Mr. Dwight M. Smith has been able to clear his good 
name with you. Sincerely Dwight H. Scott" 



Late Pickups 

Abe Dieksteln has opened his own business at 51 
Vesev St., New York City selling television sets and 
electrical supplies. Place vour order through WOrth 
2-4473. Lots of luck Abe! We understand it is a 
highly competitive business Abe. 

John Brennan former member of the Executive 
Committee Of the Society has joined Thoroughbred 
Racing Protective Bureau. 

Harvey Rath has left the Security Bureau and 
entered his own business as a manufacturers agent at 
200 Fifth Avenue, New York. It is toys for the kids 
fellows. We learned all the fine points about roller 
skates from him the other morning. Harvey is an 
authority on toys in that he is the inventor of that 
popular toy you see on sale in all department stores 
and toy shops known as- the "Cradle Spin." There is 
an interesting story surrounding this toy and Harvey 
and we must tell it to you sometime. 



Dick Johnson is with Licensed Beverage Industries 
and was it a surprise to hear from him the other day 
and will be a real pleasure if we are successful in 
helping him along with what he wishes to know. 

Tom Moore greets us at the railroad station with 
"Here is another one/' meaning exF- .B.I, Tom is with 
Shell Oil. Incidentally did you ever notice how his 
eyes smile? 

President John Vincent returned" from a tour of 
the south and Arizona. Mrs. Vincent has not been feel- 
ing a hundred per cent. 



"Stay Out Of Indiana" 

The Honorable Henry- F. Schricker, Governor-Elect 
of the State of Indiana has appointed Mr. Arthur M. 
Thurston, Superintendent of the Indiana StaleHPoIice. 
TmTTTa four year appointment and Art took over the 
official duties on January 10, 1949. 

Art hails from Shelfoyville, Indiana and is a gradu- 
ate of the State's University. He served in the U. S. 
Navy during the late war where he was commissioned a 
Lieutenant Junior Grade after his resignation from the 
F.BjI., in 1944. After serving in China for one year 
he returned to the United States and was sent to Tokyo" 
in September 1945. While in Tokyo he resigned his 
commission as full Lieutenant and immediately ac- 
cepted employment on General Douglas MacArthur's 
staff and was assigned with former Police Commis- 
sioner Valentine of New York City to re-organize the 
Japanese police forces. In the fall of 1946 joined the 
Central Intelligence Agency in Washington, D. C, after 
which he traveled extensively in Europe in this em- 
ployment which terminated in January 1948- 

Mr. Thurston entered the F.BJ., in April 1938 and 
has a host of friends in the Bureau and. the Society. 
He travelled considerably while in the Bureau and for 
a time was assigned as attache in charge of the Bureau 
office of the American legation in London. For a time 
he was an instructor at F.B.I. schools in Washington 
and Quantico as well as the number one man in New 
York and Detroit, finally receiving the rank of Inspec- 
tor. 

We had a hunch Art was up to something when 
we heard he had returned to Indiana to become a 
gentleman farmer and were lulled to sleep when his 
marriage was announced last summer. We did not 
understand how such a much travelled young man of 
34 summers could remain long as a gentleman farmer. 
Art's headquarters will be in Indianapolis but we have 
a hunch with his itchy feet for travel he will be visit- 
ing the farthest outpost or barracks of the State Police. 

It is our understanding that much of the success 
of the new administration in Indiana hinges on this 
appointment and that it was one of the most difficult 
facing the governor. Those who know Art Thurston 
know that Governor Schricker can cease worrying be- 
cause he will find that Art will direct the affairs of 
the Indiana State Police with an efficiency that will 
be second to none. 

Members of the Society congratulate Governor 
Schricker and the people of Indiana on the appoint- 
ment. 

"A Potted Plant" 

By FRANK McARDLE 

New Years Eve always stirs memories of that 



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I an in reoeipt of your letter of February 15, 1949 requesting the 
dates on which each of the former employees mentioned in your communication 
entered on duty as Special Agents in this Bureau, 

In accordance with your desires, I am listing below such dates of 
employment for the individuals in whom you are interested as are available 
in our records: 



Name 

Harry J#njenfczer 
Edward Jv^Srennan 
Lucien C^fineeler 
Clyde B^jfejtbrose 
km Brucyp^|elaski 
Frank J**?r5arbarino 
Frederick P**r£fchmid 
Charles J if;S r^cully 
James l^'Bruff 
George W-^^torck 
Elto^atkdns, 
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Date of entry on duty 

October 6, 1908 
June 29, 1908 
October 16, 1914 
May 29, 1912 
Ivlay 1, 1912 
March 9, 1910 
l-iarch 5, 1909 
March 26, 1909 
February 16, 1910 
October 5, 1910 
March 17, 1911 
January 2, 1909 



In connection with the above I wish to point out, however, that 
inasmuch as many of these employees were in the Bureau* s service before the 
present record system was instituted it is not possible to be absolutely 
certain Of exact dates without a great deal of additional research which 
probably; will not be necessary for your purposes, 

Sinoerely yours, 



John Edgar Hoover 
Director 



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February 15, 1949 



Hr. J. Edgar Hoover, Director j 
Federal Bureau of Investigation 

U. S. Department of Justice Q \ 

Vaahingtan, D. C. ^ ^ ^ ^^ SPCltnL, A/&TS\ 

Dear Mr. Hoover; j 

i 

As editor of the "Grapevine" for the Society of j 

Former Special Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, [ 

Inc., I am anxious to preserve some history relative to j 

older Special Agents of -the Bureau who are members of the j 

Society. An item of discussion amongst members of the 1 

Society that is of considerable interest to former agents 
relates to who were the first Special Agents and their 
length of service. 

In the preparation of such an article, it would be 
sincerely appreciated if your office would advise me the 

(exact dates on which each of the following carikms entered 
the Bureau. From my own knowledge of tha A^ftoiy of the 
Federal Bureau of Investigation, many* £$£«he earlier agents 
transferred from the Secret ServiakK&nd the following list 
of persons, I believe, will be^pufid to^kave entered the 



Bureau in the period of 1908-9-10. 




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Harry J 
Edward 
Lucien 
Clyde 

fV/tfruce^ 
Frank 



It would be appreciated if you would gi% |j^imfll£:' .'"...'-' 
date for the appointment as Special Agent of the above and if 
I could have this information, it would be very much appreciated. 








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OFFICIAL 
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FEBRUARY (1949) RELEASE 



SOCIETY FORMER SPECIAL AGENT* 

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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

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ROOM 903, 70 PINE ST., NEW YORK 7, N. Y. 



RETIREMENT ACT 

By Ed Guinane 

<# Phe U. S. Civil Service Commission recently asked 
government departments to find out whether they had 
any employees coming within the provisions of Section 
1(d) of the Civil Service Retirement Act, which amend- 
ment included any agencies having officers or em- 
ployees whose positions were primarily the investi- 
gation, apprehension, or detention of persons suspected 
or convicted of offenses against the criminal laws of 
the United States (Including any officer or employee 
engaged in such activities who has been transferred to 
a supervisory or administrative position). 

In answer to this, I contended that all Special 
Agents of the Enforcement Branch of the Office of 
International Trade would apparently come within its 
provisions. The Civil Service Commission has recently 
advised that a Criminal Investigator, CAF44, (in the 
Enforcement Branch) in a supervisory position would 
come within the purvue of the Act if he had transferred 
to such position from a position wherein he was 
primarily engaged in the investigation, apprehension, 
detention, etc. The Commission also stated that 
incumbents of the positions of Criminal Investigator, 
CAF-13,4i2 r ll, in the Enforcement Branch would come 
within the provisions of the Act. The Commission ex- 
cluded professional positions such as Attorneys and 
Trial Attorneys, and other positions not designated as 
Criminal Investigators. 

I thought the above would be of interest inasmuch 
as many members have served with investigative 
organizations who have performed similar work to 
that being performed by the Enforcement Branch of 
the Office of International Trade." 



Over The Fence Stuff 

By BOB DICK 
Lest you not know it .Bill Losty did most of this 
issue ol the Grapevine. 

We are reliably Informed all accounts are on va- 



cation at present and will take up their work around 
June 1st. 

Mr; & Mrs. Harvey Rath are expecting in March 
or possibly sooner. Now we thought that serious look 
on Harvey's face was due to his new business venture 
but we are mistaken. Gee it must be great to be a 
child whose daddy is in the toy business! Now don't 
come up with that old one about it is a cobbler's 
wife who always goes bare-footed. 

Here it Is three days after January^issue hit your 
desks and Seery, Wade, Juskow and McDad^ have not 
filed suit against us. 

We met Bill Dunne and Charlie Blaisdell in the 
Lawyers Cltflb one noon-day. Now isn't that a strange 
place to bump into a couple of lawyers. 

If you know where a fine Collie dog can be ob- 
tained will you please advise the writer. We mean 
reasonable price. 

Hey, Ted Conroy, you wanta edit the Grapevine? 

We hear John Manning Is knocking off over a 
100G a year. We also learned Higgins and Murray 
maybe doing 50 G a year or more. With that annual 
mad on that we get once a year come March ISth we 
are envious. We don't say we are not around August 
and September, 

A Society member would like to know if any mem- 
ber in and around New York knows of any opening^ for 
a friend who Is unemployed, married, two children, an 
ex G.I., who has no particular training and is 29 years 
of age. Writer would appreciate hearing from you? 

Daily we are resolving we are going to quit this 
job unless the Society buys us a dictaphone to do this 
work on. 

The best legacy you can leave your children is 
character. 

Felix O. Cox is getting lonely in that he has only 
two children left at home. Felix says he doesn't know 
how to buy the groceries any more. It is a case of buy- 
ing too much. 

Joseph H. Bishop, Jr., visited New- York City re- 
cently to buy a wardrobe. After annual meeting in 



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November he attended Columbia football game and a 
city slicker stole his luggage from his car. 

We believe the books of the Society should toe 
audited. 

We also believe every Chapter should toe given an 
opportunity to express a voice to the Nominating Com- 
mittee. 

Major Tyler M. Birch is on active duty with the 
U. S. Air Force Base, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. 

Tom Pirnie of Cedar Rapids, Iowa until recently 
was practicing law independently (whoever saw a 
lawyer who wasn't Independent) has joined the firm 
of Barnes, Wadsworth, Elderkin & Locher. Mr. John 
Locher of this firm is also a former FJB.I. Agent. 

Royal (Rick) Stauffer who left the Bureau in 1946 
is with General Electric in Fort Wayne, Indiana, he is 
in the Personnel Department there. He is one man 
who undertook to beat the housing problem. Rich 
bought 20 acres of soil on the outskirts of Fort Wayne 
and a year ago last August started to build his own 
house. He must have been reading a book on Abe 
Lincoln before hand because to build his house he cut 
logs from the trees on the land and had them sawed 
into dimension lumlber for the inside and roof framing 
and sheathing. The rest of the house he laid up with 
blocks. We like the log part of the story of the house 
that Rick built, the best. Of course all this hard labor 
and building his own house on week ends was brought 
about by looking at the estimate he received from a 
builder. We have a hunch he spent what he saved on 
arnica. Rick is an unusual fellow however which can 
be testified to by Al Johnson the present high police 
authority around Chicago and Cook County. Al almost 
swooned when Special Agent Royal Stauffer reported 
to the Chicago Field Office of the Bureau from Cleve- 
land in his own personally owned airplane. Al was 
the SAC in Chicago. Oh yes, we almost forgot to 
tell you Rick intends to move into his new house in 
April but don't ask us the year. 

Herman J. Stlck.en of Denver took his own poll 
on the wherefore of the last Presidential election while 
hunting. Seven of them got an elk each and 14 deer 
in Colorado. This was not enough and he went to 
Iowa where he shot the limit in ducks and pheasants. 
Then off to (Minnesota for more hunting. Still not 
having enough to eat Stick went fishing and caught 19 
waleyed pike In the Mississippi River before returning 
to Denver. If you wish to know why Dewey lost may- 
be he can tell you. 

On the mere pittance the government pays, Al 
Muzaey of WASHINGTON, D. C. has managed to touv 
a new automobile (nothing less than a Cadillac) and 
get a swanky apartment In Virginia. This certainly 
qualifies him as an F.F.V., or does it Suh! Mother and 
Chip expect to leave the cold climate of Michigan for 
sunny Virginia most any day now. 



Open Letter To Daniel L. O'Connor 
Washington. D. <C. 

'Reference Is made to your letter on February 3rd, 
1949 addressed to Mr. Blalsdell, Secretary wherein you 
state you wish someone would do something about the 
Grapevine and the complete absence of information 
from Washington appearing therein and throwing of 
your news items in the waste basket. Also your 
comment, "in an attempt to offset the continuous 



publicity received by the local talent in the New York 
area". 

My first comment to you is that your letter may 
have not carried the sting had it been more properly 
directed to me than Charles Blaisdell in a behind the 
back manner. 

If you know anyone who knows me, I think they 
will tell you that I would be the first one to admit the 
GRAPEVINE has many imperfections. I do not intend 
however to plead guilty to the indictment in your letter. 
First; I doubt that you have much conception of what 
transpires, in getting out a Grapevine or the headaches 
suffered with it. You mention items you have sub- 
mitted about Washington members, that have not been 
published. I will say I do not recall them and we may 
have published In part or all of them. Undoubtedly 
you have copies of the items and I would appreciate 
your submitting the copies direct to me. What is to 
be published or not published is something that must 
be determined always because of. space. Some news- 
papers throw out as much news each day as they 
publish. This fortunately has not been too much of 
a problem because we do not get enough news. It 
has been an age old problem. You do not have to take 
my word for it. Make inquiry of any person who 
served on the committee last year. Better yet, ask Miss 
Keogh, paid Secretary of the Society, who handles all 
the mail at 70 Pine Street. I refuse to accept responsi- 
bility for items addressed to the Secretary. Address 
your news items to me personally at 60 John Street, 
New York 7, N. Y., Room 1202 and I will accept the 
responsibility for them. I will not however if it is 
addressed The Grapevine, because unfortunately we 
have not yet acquired the status of the New York 
Times. There has been mail addressed in this manner, 
I know because it was returned to the sender and later 
forwarded to me under proper cover. 

You charge in your letter to Mr. Blaisdell you will 
have to do something to offset the continuous publicity 
received by the local talent in the New York area. We 
have at random pulled the first issue of the Grapevine 
that our hands fell on which happens to be the Janu- 
ary 1948 issue. We are sending you a copy of this 
issue under separate cover and you will find on 
examination that in the entire issue there is mention 
of five New York members in space of about twenty 
five lines. We would like for you to read page three 
under the heading; "Another Case Not Covered By The 
Manual", We suggest you read it at the next meeting 
of the Washington Chapter. 

We admit and have long recognized that members 
throughout the country should be publicized but we 
cannot do it if Chapter representatives do not submit 
anything. We cannot pick up the telephone and call 
you in Washington; if we did it probably would not 
work because the member called would not have any- 
thing for us. I am sure you are fair minded enough 
to admit when in need of items for the Grapevine it 
is natural that we turn to members around New York. 
We are ready to admit that sometimes items get 
away from us. Sometimes we get a phone call when 
we are up to our ears in the job that pays us a salary 
and we make a note of an item and it gets lost in our 
every day work notes. We recall one such incident 
where a member from Miami called while In New 
York and gave us a couple of Items about felloes down 



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that way ami told us he was going to Europe for a 
visit. It never got published and we regret it keenly 
but do not believe you would expect us to lose our 
health over it. We will never forget an article Charles 
Scully gave us on Dick Shanahan that we never publish- 
ed because it got lost in. some manner. 

There is another little matter relative to the 
Grapevine and that is free advertising. We know a 
lot of fellows think we should publish it every time 
some one commences the practice of law or forms a 
partnership et cetera. It is our judgment such an- 
nouncements are sent to practically every member of 
the Society because of the directory, so in reality they 
have no news value. We used to piiblish them when 
the Society was smaller but discontinued when it 
reached the point it is almost overwhelming to make 
mention of each one. We can hardly make mention of 
1500 fellows In every issue. We publish items about 
some members for the reason we know they will take 
it in stride and will not get mad. Naturally, they 
possibly are mentioned more frequently. I refer to 
such articles as appeared in the last issue about Seery, 
Trimble, McDade & Juskow. We could not do it with 
some members because they would be angry. Some 
members do not want anything said about them. Other 
members are naturally more colorful or are continually 
doing something that breaks them into the news of 
the Grapevine, Many may think we write about Bill 
Seery too much and maybe so but it is brought about 
by the fact that Bill has been without peer in aiding 
us with news items about others and consequently we 
hear things about him. These we publish and we can 
then poke fun at him and he does not punch us in the 
nose. 

You are to be commended for getting the infor- 
mation to us about Ty Rauber and I do not hesitate to 
say if everyone was as helpful it would be grand. You 
cannot appreciate the difficulty we are continually 
experiencing to report deaths properly. The failure to 
mention Eddie Guinane with the other Chapter Chair- 
man was due to the fact the information had not been 
reported at the time the material was assembled for 
the printer. Your idea of Washington Chapter sub- 
mitting a column each month in fine. Please keep it 
separated from the Chapter minutes. 

I wish to make another observation for you. It 
is not difficult to sit down and dash off something the 
first time for a Grapevine but try and do it month after 
month and keep it going in time for printing and 
publishing and you will soon find out you started to 
run a mile at a speed calculated for the 100 yard dash. 

I believe you can appreciate it might be well for 

you or any others to direct your criticisms to the 

Editor. It would at least give us an opportunity to 

consult with you and give our version of the situation. 

(Sgd) BOB DECK 

Editor-JGrapevine 



O'Connor, Washington, D. C, Secretary and Raymond 
F. Newkirk, Washington, D. C. as Treasurer. 

Guests of this evening were U. S. Attorney for the 
District of Columbia, George Morris Fay and Mike 
Hunnicutt, a well known radio entertainer from Radio 
Station WOL. John Vincent came down from New 
York to attend the meeting and his liquid donation 
warmed the spirits of many. 
Boston, Mass. 

A regular meeting of the Boston Chapter was held 
on Tuesday December 7, 1948, at the Smorgasbord. 
Preceding the business meeting there was the usual 
cocktail hour and dinner following which Edward 
Donovan, Chairman, opened the meeting. Elections 
were held and John Dingwall, Wellesley Hills, "Mass. 
was elected Chairman. Arthur E. Haley, Brighton, 
Mass. was elected Vice Chairman, P. Joseph Kenney, 
West Medway, Mass. Secretary, and James W. Coulter, 
Roslindale, Mass. Treasurer. 

Jerry Buckley, Bill Prout and Owen Dooley were 
appointed to study the possibility of civic activity by the 
Boston Chapter. 
Chicago, 111. 

We had a letter from Lloyd A. Briggs, Secretary, 
Chicago Chapter. like true Eager Beavers, the of- 
ficers are fired with enthusiasm for bigger meetings, 
bigger membership, and bigger everything. In line 
with this policy a request was made for a supply of 
application blanks which we promptly sent. 

Lloyd extended an invitation, to anyone who ex- 
pected to be in Chicago on January 20, 1949, to the next 
meeting. The Chapter planned to show films on the 
Rose Bowl Game at this meeting. 
St. Louis, Mo. 

The St. Louis Chapter held a Christmas Cocktail 
Party on December 19, 1948 in the Club Room of the 
Engineers Club. There was food, fun and gifts for 
the girls. Sam Murphy provided the music. 
New Orleans, La. 

A delightful dinner party was held on December 
4, 1948 at the Metairie Country Club in New Orleans 
which was given by the New Orleans Chapter in 
honor of the members' better halves. With the ex- 
ception of a few mamas and papas who were having 
sitter trouble, the function was well attended. In at- 
tendance were the Chanbonnets, Emmett and Katherine, 
George and Betty Blue, Fernando and Marj Cuquet, 
Herb and Julia Culter, Dudley Foley and his wife Cecelia, 
Harold and Martha Judell, the Monaghans, Bill and 
Eleanor, Forrest and Vickie Pendelton, Bob and Miriam 
Rainold and Frank and Mary Fort. It was very much 
like a good old Bureau party, and everyone had so much 
fun that plans are being made for a repeat perfor- 
mance in the very near future. 



Chapter News 

Washington, D. C. 

The Washington, D. C. Chapter held its annual get 
together on Monday, December 6, 1948, at the Touch- 
down Club. Edward P. Guinane, Falls Church, Va. was 
elected Chairman for the coming year. John W. Phil- 
lips, ■ Silver Spring, Md., Vice Chairman, Daniel L. 



Saluting Cedar Rapids 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa, has five members of the So- 
ciety, namely Ed Distelhortst, Don Condon, Robert W. 
Neff, Don DoAge and Tom Pirnie. There are many 
other XFBIERS there but still need to be sold on the 
idea of joining up with the Society. We would suggest 
that Don Dodge make arrangements for a dinner some 
evening for all to attend and invite former President 
of the Society, John Mowry to attend. John can con- 
vince them of the errors of their ways and with a 
couple of converts they could have a chapter. Boys 



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you will find John Mowry over at Marshalltown, Iowa, 
where it is said Jie practices law. 

We understand there are a total of seventeen form- 
er agents there and they have been lunching weekly 
for social purposes but have in addition undertaken a 
project of making an award for police efficiency. 

In 1947 the group presented a plaque to the Cedar 
Rapids Police Department bearing an ornate statuette 
and black name plates on which each year is to be in- 
scribed the name of the police officer whose achieve- 
ment was the most outstanding. The award is de- 
termined by a committee consisting of the editor of the 
Cedar Rapids Gazette, Chief of Police and Commission- 
er of Public Safety. The plaque is in the lobby of the 
police station and has been the subject of much favor- 
able comment from the public and law enforcement 
officials. 

On January 27, 1949 the award was presented by 
Don Dodge following a dinner at the Roosevelt Hotel, 
with Ralph V. Harman as Chairman. Patrolman Lester 
Woodward was named the winner and received an 
engraved cigarette case and lighter. 

Many members of the Society will recall that 
Arthur Webb of Los Angeles, California, at an annual 
meeting suggested the Society consider such a merit 
award through its various chapters. 
Chicago, 111. 

The regular meeting of the Chicago Chapter was 
held on Thursday, January 27 at Martin's Restaurant, 
120 So. La Salle Street, Chicago. Dinner was served 
at 6:30 PJM. — ample facilities were available for cock- 
tails before dinner. 

Jack Ryan arranged for an exclusive, premier 
showing of the Rose Bowl Films. This 60 minute film 
and the entire game was narrated in person by John 
Kovatch, head line coach for Northwestern. Kovatch 
has a colorful delivery for this movie and provided 
some real entertainment. 

Paul Trapani saw Wayne Merrick from New York 
in January. 

Frank V. Martinek — creator of Don Winslow of 
the Navy — has done it again. He has created a new 
strip. "Tip Horn" Cowboy Detective. 

< Al Johnson had a visit from Steve Lawrence an J 
Horace Duffy during January. 



The Washings Of Washington 

By F. I. McGARRAGHY 

Leonard R. Viner — Class of 1942 to 1945 — married 
to Muriel F. Segal of Deal, N. J. on February 3, 1949, 
in New York City. As for honeymoon — South America 
took em away. 

Ed Morgan said to be switching his interests from 
Commies to Oil Wells. 

"Slug" Tyler, now with- Ed Morgan's Law Offices. 

Ray Newkirk — now sporting gold leaves in place 
of two plain silver bars. 

Tommy Webb — is now back in tfce Bureau and is 
presently assigned to the Detroit Field Office. 

Jerry Garland is SAC of the Washington Field 
Office of C. I. A. 

Hugh Finzell has returned to the Bureau for the 
second time. 

Joe Cannon most eligible bachelor in Washington 
and a Washington Field Office red-head steno are 



scorching the Occidental beanery at lunchtime. (Poor 
girl say Jerry Carney, Tom Connor and Bill Seery). 

Jim Sharp— New Year's Eve met Congressman 
OToole from Brooklyn on a Pennsylvania Train en- 
route from New York to Washington. Mr. O'Toole 
sponsored the F.B.I. Retirement bill in the House and 
expressed considerable interest in promoting the 
passage of other federal laws for the advantage .of 
F.B.I. Agents who he regards as the hardest working 
and most efficient organized force in the .Federal 
Government. 

Sid Rubenstein— Now full Colonel and named Com- 
mandant of O.S.I. Training School, Office of Special 
Investigators — Air Forces. 

Lt. Col. Seth Wiard — Bureau Agent and Ballistics 
Expert 1934-35 is now Asst. to the Comm. Officer at 
Springfield Arsenal in Massachusetts after a long 
stretch with the occupying forces in Korea. 

Chapter Chairman Ed Guinane is continuing the 
"hot" activities of the Washington Chapter with an 
executive committee of fifteen members. This "little" 
committee had a meeting in 'the spacious and beautiful 
offices of Dan O'Connor and Jim Sharp to plan the 
activities of the Chapter for the year. Aaron Jacobson 
was designated as Chairman of the Chapter Executive 
Committee. 

Aaron Jacobson was recently elected to the Board 
of Directors and Assistant Treasurer of Judd and 
Detweiler, Inc. of Washington, D, C. the printers of 
the National Geographic Magazine. He was also re- 
elected to the Board of Directors of the Security 
Savings and Commercial Bank. 



Orange Blossoms 

Winifred Katherine Mac Farlane was married to 
Arthur I. McGurty on January 22, 1949 at St. Francis 
Xavier Church, New York City. 



New Arrivals 

Congratulations are in order for the Felix H. 
Nicholsons, Atlanta, Ga. A son, Dennie Felicia Nichol- 
son, was born to them on October 1, 1948, their first 
child in 16 years of married life. 

We offer our sincere congratulations to Mr. & Mrs. 
Robert McGuinness on the birth- of their daughter, 
Patricia Anne, on November 20, 1948. 



California & Florida Take Notice 

Looking for a nice warm spot to spent the winter 
months? How about the Virgin Islands. Temperatures 
vary only five degrees from coldest winter to warmest 
summer. Never gets below 63° in winter nor above 91° 
in summer. Never a rainy or dry season. Plenty of 
Hotels and Guest Houses, American and European 
Plan, rates reasonable. 

David E. Maas, of St. Thomas, gives his fellow ex- 
agents a personal guarantee. 



Blaisdell and Dunne 

Charles O. Blaisdell and William D. Dunne an- 
nounce the formation of a partnership for the general 
practice of law under the firm name of Blaisdall and 
Dunne with offices at 217 Madison Avenue, New York 
16, N. Y., MU 3-5934-5. 



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Another Poppa 

Notice received that Robert W. Neff of Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa announced that he was the father of a 
balby girl. Just like a man— wouldn't give the Mrs. 
any credit. Maybe that is the reason for no details 
on date, weight, place et cetera. * . 



Headhners 

A note from Ed Burns enclosing a clipping from 
Capitol News, a Record Magizine. We quote "Ever 
hear of a guy by the name of Joe Dosh? Well, he 
once was an agent for the F.B.I. back East. Then he 
trekked to N. Y. seeking a singing career, and wound 
up as a "standby" baritone on the Hit Parade program. 
But nothing much happened to Mr. Dosh, and everyone 
thought he was kidding when he answered to his name. 

Came the fall of '48 and Mr. Dosh, with wife, hied 
to Hollywood. Things couldn't be any worse, they 
figured it wouldn't be as cold in the winter. Overnight 
he snared a contract— not as a singer — as an actor at : 
Warner's. And now Mr. Dosh is out on the blue Pacific 
with Gary Cooper, Wayne Morris, Jack Holt and other 
famous W.B. stars playing a big part in "Task Force" 
which Jerry Wald is producing for 1949 release. 

But you won't see Joe Dosh listed on the screen 
credits. Jack Warner gave him a new moniker. From 
here on out Mr. Dosh will cash fat paychecks bearing 
the name Brad Evans. 

A big writeup by Oscar Smith in the Akron Beacon 
Journal for December 12, 194S on our own ex-agent 
Bob Wilson. 

Bob joined the FjB.I. in December 1940. He was 
in the Birmingham, Alabama office as well as in Wash- 
ington, D. C. Transferred back to Cleveland, he re- 
signed from the F.B.I, in November 1945. 

Bob got his law degree the hard way. He worked 
days and in 1938 began the study of law at night. He 
took the Ohio State Bar examinations in 1946 and was 
admitted to the bar in August of that year. 

Wilson became general manager of the Employers 
Association February 1, 1947. 

His wife is the former Virginia Osterland, also a 
lawyer. 

Looks like Ed Cox has given his little old native 
New York the heave-ho for good. He passed the 
California Bar Exam. 

Richard Levy has become a member of Paxson, 
Kalish, Dilworth and Green of Philadelphia, Pa. 

John T. Lutey is now the Manager of the Variety 
Club of Houston, Tent 34. There are 34 Chapters of 
the Variety Club throughout the United States and 
Foreign Countries. Membership is composed of people 
in the entertainment and amusement business. 

How about members in Protection Division of 
Department stores plugging Kingston Products Corpor- 
ation selling roller skates, doll beds and wooden toys. 
The reason we are interested is because Harvey Rath 
is now their Manufacturers Agent. 

Fred J. Rice and Downey Rice announce the re- 
moval of the Firms Law Offices to suite 200, Stonelelgh 
Court. 

W. Edmund Peters is back from Tokyo with his 
wife. They are now living in Dallas, Texas. 

First National Bank Building, San Angelo, Texas 
will be the business address for John F. Sutton, Jr. 
John will remain in the San Antonio Chapter until 



such time as a chapter can be formed in San Angelo. 

Bruce E. Primm has moved from Nutley, N. J, to 
31 Beechwood Drive, Packanack Lake, N. J. 

C. Willard Max has moved to 8022 Forsythe Boule- 
vard, Clayton 5, Missouri. 

New Year's Greetings from N. J. L. Pieper newly 
elected Fourth Vice President of the Society. 

Regards from Al Johnson, John McLendon and E. 
C. Dixon, our newly elected Third Vice President. 

A note from L. J. Barkhausen requesting appli- 
cation for, A. R. Yere. 

Sam Kelly is now living at 664 Second Place, 
Garden City L.I., N.Y. 

Arthur Haley has moved to 65 Lowell Rd., Win- 
throp, Mass. 

Gordon S. Clinton associated with Allen and Carey, 
Ward W. Roney, 719-2nd Avenue Building, Seattle, 
Washington is now living at 6224-38th Avenue, NE 
Seattle 5, Wash. 

We see where Harold J. Collins has left California— 
His new address is La Dura, Senoro, Mexico. 

A nice letter from Tom E. Heffernan, Santa Ana, 
Calif, telling us how much he enjoys the Grapevine. 

Joe Bayliss called— he's in from Sault Ste Marie, 
Mich, he was one day late in arriving for the annual 
dinner— ^but hopes to make the next annual meeting in 
New York. Joe has been quite ill for five years— Carl 
Hughes stopped in to see him and Bob Dick had lunch 
with him while he was in New York. 

Bryan Farrell called and advised that he is a 
Special Agent with the Office of Special Investigations 
<I.G.) USAF, 67 Broad Street, New York, N. Y. 

Maxwell Chaffetz of Philadelphia, Pa. called— he 
was interested in getting Jim Fogarty's address. 

John A. Murphy called — sounded good on the phone 
• —certainly hope he feels as good as he sounded. 

Arthur Redmond and Bill Carmody two new mem- 
bers stopped in to say hello— both became members 
before the annual meeting and were present for the 
dinner and meeting on November 19th. 

John Stover called— he hopes to come to one of 
the dinners this coming year— he feels much better now 
and is taking good care of himself. He was anxious 
to contact Charlie Blaisdell. 

Spoke with Charlie Scully —he had another fall— 
this time he didn't break his arm— but he has been 
having quite a bit of trouble with the arm— he was able 
to attend the annual dinner and looked very good in 
spite of all his accidents. 

Bob Valkenburg's wife is improved— Bob made the 
annual dinner-^he and Charlie Scully sat and chatted 
over old times. 

John Elich the Chairman of the Placement Com- 
mittee was in— Jack is on the ball, looking for oppor- 
tunities for the boys— if this is a sample of the work 
you do all year Jack— the Society will profit by your 
hard work in the right direction. 

Jack Leahy of Pittsburgh stopped in to say hello 
and purchase a Society pin—Jack is interested in form- 
ing a Chapter in Pittsburgh and hopes to get the boys 
together soon— he and Jack Devlin will probably do all 
the work— if you are interested in joining with these 
boys— write to John H. Devlin, Room 111 Allegheny 
County Court House, Pittsburgh 19, Pa. 

Brantly P. Chappell wrote on December 7, and 
advised that on June 1, 1948 he moved from La Crosse, 



Wisconsin to 1141 Pine Street, Muskegon, Michigan and 
is working for Naph-Sol Refining Co. in Muskegon, 
Michigan. HFC has lined up two other X^gents and 
wants application blanks to get the signatures on the 
dotted line. 

Lyon L Tyler, Jr. wrote and advised that he is 
associated with Welch, Mott & Morgan in Washington, 
P. C. 

W. Edmund Peters plans to look up ex-agents in 
Dallas, Texas with a view to petitioning for a Chapter. 

(Edward J. Williams stopped in to say hello on 
January 4th, and advised that his permanent address 
is 231 Apsley Street, Philadelphia 44, Pa. 

A note from C. A. Gannon requesting an application 
for Arthur Carey, 1985 West 68th Street, Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

Bflllups Harrie is now living in Ocean Springs, 
Mass., Route 1, Box 15. 

George W. Storck has moved to 702 Sligo Avenue, 
Silver Spring, Maryland. 

William P. Deegan is now associated with the Asso- 
ciation of Casualty & Surety, Companies, 813 Tower 
Petroleum Building, Dallas, Texas. He is living at 
8212 Midway, Dallas, Texas. 

A message from Harold E. Anderson with a New 
Year Greeting and a change of address. He is now 
living at 3216 Avalon Way, Seattle, Wash. 

Application blanks requested by W. Y. Humphreys, 
United Aircraft Corporation, East Hartford, Conn. 

Note from Al Muzzey asking for application for 
Roy L. Morgan, Greensboro, N. C, 

John J. Mulhern is no longer living in Richmond, 
Va. Until he finds a place to live send all letters to 
him as Manager, Friden Calculating Machine Agency, 
209 Seventh Street, Lynchburg, Va. 

John Megahan has moved to 56 West 6Sth Street 
New York 23, N, Y. 

Herbert Bollfrass is now living at 2041 Banks St., 
Houston 6, Texas. 

Alan M Kridel asked for a couple of applications 
and advised that he is now living at 287 Weaver 
Street, Larchmont, N. Y. 

George R. Johnson has moved to 512 Jergins Trust 
Bldg. Long Beach 2, California. 

Jack J. Osten advised that he is now at 19510 
Muskoka Avenue, Cleveland, 19, Ohio, Telephone: Ken- 
more 3427. Jack returned to Cleveland last November 
from Tucson, Arizona and is very glad to be back 
among civilization. 

Henry M Leslie wrote asking for Joseph P. 
Condry's address— Henry advised that during his service 
with the FBJ. he worked with an agent by that name 
from West Va. and would appreciate his address— hopes 
to renew an old friendship. 

M. S. Carselowey is now practicing law in Miami 
Oklahoma, P. O. Box 947-^MSC finished work in Wash- 
ington (in connection with the prosecution of the major 
Japanese War Criminals.) 

I Hear Down At The Office 

Sam Kelly called— wanted to contact someone in 
Immigration & Naturalization Service— Harry Jentzer's 
name given. 

Jim Birthright called just back from Italy and 
France— wanted Jim OLeary's phone number. 



Dan O'Connor of Washington, D. C. called — gave 
news of Jerry Hickey's passing. 

Hub OMalley called— likes his job with Creole 
very much — advised that he had a letter from Clem 
Driscoll. 

Jack O'Brien called from Newark — intrested in 
name of Placement Committee Chairman — had mem- 
ber in his office looking for an opening. 

Executive Committee Meeting. 

Bill Banks called— wanted Walter Hanes' home 
address. 

Bernie Stern called — wanted to know if we have 
a Society member working in Saks 34th or Gimbles — 
Protection Dept. 

Charles Selfridge called— would like mail sent to 
his business address — interested in contacting someone 
in Counterattack— Ted Kirkpatrick's name and phone 
number given. 

Charlie DeLong called — in for a week for Boat 
Show— stopping at the Belmont Plaza. 

Bob Weisselberg, Tom Walsh and Ralph Brown all 
stopped in to say Hello during the day. 

Al Berry called — wanted Ed Morgan's address. 

Richard J. Warren called — interested in being rein- 
stated into the Society. 

Morse Conroy stopped in to say hello. 

Lou Wade called has a placement opportunity — 
called Jack Elich — Jim Dolan took position in Albany. 

Colonel Murray called from Washington wants to 
send information re reserve commissions to all mem- 
bers of the Society. 

Tom MoDade called — wants to know when Directory 
will be out— wanted small supply of letterheads— hopes 
to get some letters off to help Public Relation Com- 
mittee. 

Matt Murray called— wanted Bill Rooney's tele- 
phone number. Asked if we had an accountant willing 
to take on a small job. 

Tommy Adkins called interested in men to come 
to work in South America. Tommy is to be in U. S. 
2 weeks— has 3 job openings in Creole. 

Matt O'Brien called— interested In contacting John 
Gleason. 

Called Charles Blaisdell— advised Connor— Manning 
and Dinne of New York will serve on Nominating 
Committee— Ed Diemer and Milton Boyd to serve out 
of N. Y. 

Herman Goldman has been chosen to serve as 
Entertainment Chairman. 

Oran Waterman called— wanted Bill Burke's phone 
number. 

W. Edmund Peters in from Dallas— stopping at 
Dixie Hotel. 

Bryan Parrell stopped in— his father-in-law in 
Hospital with a heart attack. 

Bill Losty stopped in with the monthly Grapevine 
material. 

Jack Buckley stopped in to pay his 1949-50 dues- 
was in Washington, D. C. for the Inaugural cere- 
monies—going on active duty Feb. 15. 

John Manning called— set up Nominating Commit- 
tee meeting for Feb. 11th at 6 PJM. 

Tom Adkins called. 

Edmund Peters in. 

Bob Dick called— back from Atlanta, Ga. 



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Jim O'Leary called to advise Ty Rauber died in 
Guam. 



"Ty" Rauber Passes Away In Guam 

The Society was shocked to hear that "Ty" Rauber 
had passed away at Guam on Saturday January 29, 
1949. It was first reported he had drowned while 
fishing but newspaper reports state it was reported 
Rauber fell overboard from a fishing craft and died 
as he was being pulled back. Apparently death was 
due to a heart attack. He was forty three years of 
age at the time of his death. 

Louis J. Rauber was a Commander with the Navy 
serving as legal officer in charge of the land division 
and was called to active duty in Washington in 1939. 
He later went overseas with the naval intelligence. 
After a year and one half at Guam he had returned to 
this country and had been visiting in Washington last 
December. He had Jbeen back in Guam only a few 
weeks at the time of his passing. 

He was a native of New York state but had at- 
tended the schools in the District of Colunmia. An 
outstanding athlete who was captain of the Central 
High School football team in 1923 in Washington, D, 
C He attended Washington & Lee University where 
he became one of their greatest football players and 
in 1936 received mention as an All-American backfield 
man. He later took his law degree at Georgetown 
University Law School in 1931. After his gradu- 
ation he entered 'the Bureau where he remained 
until 1934 when he accepted a position with the Home 
Owners Loan Corporation. 

He is survived by a son of his first marriage, Louis 
J. Rauber, Jr., who is attending Georgetown Prepara- 
tory School. His first wife died a few years ago. He 
is also survived by his widow, Carmen Plumlee Rauber 
of San Francisco as well as two brothers and three 
sisters. 

Ty had many friends both in and out of the So- 
ciety and the news of his death will be received as a 
shock by those who knew him well. 

At the time this is written no funeral arrangements 
have been made. The internment will be in Washing- 
ton, D. C, and at this writing his remains have ar- 
rived on the West Coast from Guam. 



True Stories 

By BOB DICK 

Aboard The Crescent 1/23/49 
Enroute Atlanta, Special to Grapevine 

Three of us are talking in the smoking compart- 
ment of Pullman when somehow the subject of zippers 



got into the discussion. Our friends, one from Toronto 
and the other from Atlanta. The gentleman from 
Atlanta said that a few weeks before in company with 
his wife, they attended a moving pacture show in 
Atlanta. The had only been seated a few minutes 
when they noticed the lady in front of them kept 
nudging her husband, and he was apparently at a loss 
to understand her reason for so doing and finally she 
pointed in the direction of his lap. Our friend explain- 
ed that apparently the man in front of him had left 
home* in a hurry and had failed to zip the fly of his 
trousers and his wife had just noticed it. She had 
just succeeded in bringing it to her husbands attention 
when the couple seated next to them decided to leave 
the show and the man got up so they could pass in 
front of him and at the same time pulled the zipper on 
his trousers. In so doing, in some manner the ladies 
dress got caught in the man's zipper and try as he 
would he could not open or close the zipper. All hands 
worked furiously trying to extricate the dress from the 
zipper and persons in the surrounding seats began to 
giggle and laugh. This attracted the attention of the 
usher who came with his little flash light shining to 
determine the trouble. He too attempted to release 
the dress from the zipper without success and ultimately 
had to lead the man and woman like Siamese Twins 
out into the aisle and to the Manager's office where 
they were separated and allowed to return to their 
respective mates. 



One For The Girls 

Atlanta, Georgia, Jan. 24, 1949: At lunch today we 
met a Colonel of some fame in the later war and he 
recited the lollowing incident. Everyone knows Georgia 
Tech is located in Atlanta as well as The Coca Cola 
Company along with a great number of gasoline filling 
stations and the Lovable Brassiere Co. The ingenuity 
of college students for pranks cannot be surpassed. It 
seems the Coca Cola Company, Lovable Brassiere 
Company and Georgia Tech are located in the same 
general place on Spring Street in Atlanta. One night 
some students from Georgia Tech made away with a 
large sign from a filling station and took it to the 
Lovable Brassiere Company and placed it under their 
sign. A couple of other students gained access to a 
high tower where tr flood light is always trained on the 
Coca Cola sign onto the sign of the Lovable Brassiere 
Company. Motorists on the heavily travelled Spring 
Street that night were amazed to see a large sign 
under flood lights reading: 

Lovable Brassiere Company 
We Fix Flats 







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SOCIETY OF FORMER SPECIAL AGENTS 

OF THE 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, 

Inc, 




January 1, 1949 



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OFFICERS 
(Elected November, 1948) 



President 

JOHN W. VINCENT 



First Vice President 

WILLIAM JAMES UOONEY 

Second Vice President 
josei'H h. manor, JR. 

Third Vice President 

EL WARD C. DIXON 

Fourth Vice President 

N. J. L. PIEI*EK 



Secretary 

CHARLES O. BLAISDELL 



Treasurer 

CHARLES F. DE LONli 



Executive Committee 

JEROME F. CARNEY MICHAEL P. GLYNN 



WILLIAM C. DICKSON 
HENRY P. DOLAN 



WILLIAM P. 
EUGENE M. 



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w2£{??5 COMMITTEE 

WILLIAM GIESEN Chalr ^ 

Security Bureau, i nc ' 

80 =«»<*«*, New Tor k N Y 
Phone.-. n A 2 . 265 



ENTERTAINMENT Commit 
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Security bSS ' T Chalrmai1 

Phone: HA 2-02&> 



a B R E T R i H ^co MMITT 

1*4-16 Tudor R d Ja S ^ Ch ^™" 

«a Jam a f ca Estates, L.I N Y 
Phone: TR 5-7200 



Phone: FI 7-3600 
Phone: HA 2-&420 



PU TH^ E l AT,0NS COMMITTEE 

Phone: EL 5 5700 



CHAPTERS 

Los Angeles, California 
Chairman Secretary 

Everett W. Brown Hugh H. Slate 
Res. 4435 hemp Ave. Res. 1047 Twin Ave. 

No. Hollywood, Calif. San Gabriel, Calif. 

MEET— 3rd Thursday of every other month be- 
ginning with January, The place of meetings 
varies. 

San Francisco, California 



Secretary 

Lamont L. Thompson 
Res. 1019 Union Street 
San Francisco, Calif. 
Phone : ORdway 3-0359 



Chairman 

Robert E. Lauctot 
Bus. 1 Montgomery 
Street, San Francis- 
co, Calif. 
Phone: YUkon 6-6055 
MEET— Second Tuesday of each month Fly Trap 
Restaurant, 73 Sutter Street, San Francisco, 
Calif. 

Bridgeport, Connecticut 



Chairman 

Frank J. Whelan 
Bus. 152 Temple Street 
New Haven, Conn. 
Phone: N.H. 7-0863 



Secretary 

Leonard B. Johnson 
Res. 36 Elimvood Road 
New Haven, Conn. 
Phone: N.H. 6-0010 



MEET— Every other month — various place in Con- 
necticut. 



Chairman 

Downey Rice 
Bus. Suite: 202 Stone- 
light Court 
1025 Connecticut Ave,, 

N.W. 
Washington 5, D. C. 
Photic: National 3112 
MEET— For place and 



Washington, D. C. 

Secretary 

Daniel L. O'Connor 
Bus. Denrike Bldg. 
Washington, D.C. 
Phone : Executive 0947 



luncheons, contact the Secretary, 



time of meetings and 




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CHAPTERS {Cont'd) 
Miami, Florida 

Win,™. ^ halrman Secretary 

« ,™ M Wil,iam H. K Donald- 
Res. 3120 Lucaya Street SO n 
Miami, FU. Bus _ 221 Shore , 
Phone: (48-5234) Bldg- ftnor eiaiirt 

Miami 32, Fla 
Chicago, Illinois 

LT. WILLIAM S. DEVEREAUX 



Chairman 

John A. Breen 
Bus. 134 S. La Salle 

St. 
Chicago, HI. 

Phone: Franklin 2-2880 



Secretary 
Lloyd A. Briggs 
Bus. Addressograph- 

Multigraph Corp, 
Pure Oil Bldg. 
W acker Drive 
Chicago, 111. 
Phone: State 2-35S0 



Louisville, K-entucky 

Pn, ? t ^' nmm Secretary 

Paul Hansen - 

Res. 3110 Eagle Pa 

Road 
Louisville 13, Ky. 
Phone: SH 3324 



James B. Young 
Bus. Kentucky Home 

Life Bldg. 
Louisville, Ky. 
Phone: Clay 3237 



New Orleans, La, 

Bus 505 Carondelet . Bus. American Bank 

Phi. T" ^ ^ New ° r, "« n " 12, La. 

Phone: Magnolia 1048 Phone: Raymond 0572 

pT^^ h °' dS >0nthly >«"<**<»» at the 
Elks Club, on the third Tuesday of each month 
at noon except that on the third Tuesday of 
the months of January, April, J u]y and October 
a regular quarterly dinner and business meeting 
is Held nt the International House at 6 30 PM 



CHAPTERS (Cont'd) 
Boston, Massachusetts 

Chairman Secretary 

Edwin J. Donovan Francis Butterworth, Jr. 

Res. 12 Wright St. Bus. 24 School Street 

Cambridge 38, Mass. Boston, Mass. 

Phone: Kirkland 7-9745 Phone: Lafayette 

3-2710 
MEET— First Tuesday of February, April, June, 
August, Oetober and December. The Smorgas- 
bord, 19 Province Street, Boston, Mass. 

Detroit, Michigan 



Secretary 
Raymond E. Cahili 
Res. 708 Merton Road 
Detroit 3, Mich. 
Phone : ORegon 4600, 

EXT. 4056 



Chairman 

Raymond M. Lyons . 
Bus. International De- 

trola Corp, 
1501 Beard Street 
Detroit 8, Mich. 
Phone : VInewood 
1-8100 
MEET— Harmonie Club, 267 E. Grand River Avenue 
Detroit 26, Mich, as arranged. 

Kansas City, Missouri 



Chairman 

John A. Morrison 

Bus. 1701 Bryant Bldg. 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Phone: VI 5910 



Secretary 
Leslie Murphy 
Res. 5147 Maple Street 
Mission, Kansas 
Phone: HA 6460 



MEET — Second Monday of every other month be- 
ginning with January of each year — held at 
Hotel President, Kansas City, Mo. at 6 P.M. 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Chairman Secretary 

Gene E. Strong Robert W. Herr 

Res. 7527 Westmore- Bus. 705 Olive Street 

land St. Louis 1, Mo. 

Clayton 5, Mo. Phone: CH 2688 
Phone: MA 4142 



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Salt Lake City, Utah 



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Secr«tary 

Richard A. Viin Winkle 
lies. 1726 Millcreek 

Way 
Bait Lake City, Utah 
Phone: 5-A0S3 
Wednesday of October. 
January, April, July, University Club, IMS East 
South Toraplu, Suit Luke City, L'tali. 



Chairman 

Hyde T. Clayton 
Res. 2024 So u tb 

East 
Salt Luke City, Utnli 
Phono: 5-2270 

MEET— 7 P.M. Third 



Seattle, Washington 



Chairman 

Hurry S. Redpath 
Res. 6242 -28th Avenue, 

N.E. 
Seattle 5, Wash. 
Phone: VE 1307 
MEET — Annual Meeting, 



Secretary- 
Gordon S. Clinton 
Res, G224-38th Avenue, 
N.E. 

Shuttle 5 Wiish. 
Phone: VE 5(S1S 
election of officers and 



family picnic is held at lukeshore residence of 
Glenn V. Dlerst 1215 SW 152, Seattle on 
first Sunday of September. Chapter dinner and 
Business meetings are held at 6:00 P.M., College 
Club, Sixth and Spring, Seattle, on first Fridays 
of November, February and May, 



Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

Chairman Secretary 

William B. Gramling Riehnrd S. Gibbs 

Bee. Doueman, Wise. Res. 2830 X. 78th 

Phone: Waukesha 5517 Street 

Milwaukee, Wise. 
Phone: Daly «-3«00 



Please promptly inform the Secretary 
of all changes of addresses. 



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ALPHABETICAL LIST 



ABBE, ROBERT B. (1942-40) 

Res. 3311 Hutchinson St., Chicago IS, ill. 

Bus. Mid-Western Die Casting Co., liiOl N. Hal 

sted St., Chicago 22, 111. 
Production Manager 

ACKERMAN, JAMES N. (1942-47) 

Res. 3070 Stratford Ave, Lincoln. Ni-br. 

Bus. 312 Bankers Life Uhlg., Lincoln, Nebraska 

Lawyer 

ADAMS, ALEXANDER B. (1!)42-«J) 

Res. K. D. 2, Coraopolis, Pa. 
Bus. Mellon National Bank & Trust Co., P. O. 

Box 656, Pittsburgh 30, Pa. 
Advertising 

ADAMS, C. TORRET (1043-46) 

Res. 1522 Alameda, Lakewood 7, Ohio 
Bus. 11615 Detroit Ave., Cleveland 2, Ohio 
Field Representative 

ADAMS, DALE E. (1940-45) 

Res. 901 Germania St., Bay City, Michigan 

Bus. Bay-Lincoln-Mereury Co., 313-3rd Street, 

Bay City, Michigan 
Owner 

(1) 



ADK1NK. ELMER IT., JK (1939-43) 

Bus. Creole Petroleum Corp., Apartado 8S9, Car- 
at: as, Venezuela 
Director of Industrial Service 

ADOLF, EVERETT J. (1940-46) 

Ilea Its** So. Arlington Av<>, Hast Orange, N. J. 
Bub. Bankers Indemnity Insurance Co., 90 Jolni 

Street, New York 7, N. Y. 
Claims Supervisor 



ALAGA 
Res 



Bus. 



NICHOLAS (1937-47) 

861 Sutter St., Apt. 105, San Francisco 9, 

Calif. 

Hallinan, Maclnnis & Zamloch, 345 Frank- 
lin Street, San Francisco, Calif. 
Attorney 
ALDKICH, FRANK C, JR. (1942-45) 

Res 3545 Detroit Street, Dearborn, Michigan 
Bus. Matheson, Dixon & Brady, 2280 Penobscot 

Bldg., Detroit 26, Michigan 
Attorney at Law 
ALE, CLEM W. (1942-46) 

Res. Hat ton Road & 3rd St., Carmel, Calif. 
Has. Ale & Schell, 407 Alvarado St., Room 17, 

Monterey, Calif. 
Insurance Claims Service & Investigations 
ALEXANDER, WILLIAM H. (1041-40) 

Res. 4707 L'iiHW Branch ltd., X.W., Washington 

11, D. C. 
Bub. Economic Cooperation Administration, 800 
Connecticut Avenue, N.W., Washington 25, 
D. C. 
Chief Investigations and Compliance 
ALLEC-EA. OASPARE .1. (ll>20-liSJ> 

Bus. National Board of Fire Underwriters, 85 

John Street, New York '7, N. Y. 
Special Ajjfiil 
ALLEN, CHARLES 1J. (1942-45) 

Res. 131 St. Rorolph St., Boston, Mass. 

Bus. 161 Devonshire St., Room 510, Boston, 10, 

Mass. 
Certified Public Accountant 

(2) 



ALLEN, FRANK W. (1028-38) 

Res. 2025 Delaware Ave., Buffalo lfi, N. Y. 

ALLOWAY, It, BROOKE (1942-45) 

Res. 1811 Coventry Rd., Col u in bus 12, Ohio 
Bus. 300 Huntington Bank Bills., Columbus 15, 

Ohio 
Attorney 

AMBROSE, CLYDE B. (1009-18) 

Res. 1851 Columbia lid., Washington i), I). C. 
Buyer 

AMES, J. LEWIS (1942-45) 

Res. Rum son Road, Harbour Green, Massape- 

qua, L. I., N. Y, 
Bus. RuMirauff & Ryan, Inc., 405 Lexington Ave 

mie. New York 17, N. Y. 
Secretary & Counsel 

AMPRIM, FRANK L. (1942-40) 

Res. 6629 Wagner St., Detroit 10, Michigan 
Bug. Darin and Amprim, Cahalan Bldg., 2%0 

Biddle Ave., Wyandotte, Michigan 
Attorney at Law 

AMYOT, J. RAYMOND (1941-44) 

Ilea. 167 Lake Avenue, Saratoga Springs, N, Y. 
Bus. Carroll, Amyot & Doling, 432 Broadway, 
Saratoga Springs, N. Y., 50 State Street, 
Albany, N. Y. 
Attorney 

ANDERSEN, HAROLD 11. (1927-43) 

Res. 200 Sherwood Bldg., Spokane, Washington 
Special Agent 

ANDERSON, HENRY W. (1941-44) 

Res. 3 Reed Street, Milford, Conn. 
Bus. Office of International Trade, Dept. of 
Commerce, 55 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 
Special Agent 

ANDERSON, JOHN V. (1930-1941) 

Res. 3932 ISearil Ave. So., Minneapolis 10, Minn. 
Bus. 15 Kontli 5ili Si.. Minneapolis, Minn. 
Property Protection Engineer 



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ANOELL, II. FRANK (1938-45) 

Res 4452 Camellia Ave, North Hollywood, Calif. 
Bus. 1025 No. Highland Avenue, Suite 915, 

Hollywood 38, Calif. 
Investigations 

ANGELL, KEITH K. (1039-48) 

lies. 7811 - 35th Avenue, Jackson Heights, N. \. 

ANTOLA, ARNOLD V. (19*2-48) 

Kes 1070 West Blvd., LOB Angeles 6, Cam. 
Bus. Prentice Hall, Inc., 650 South Grand Ave., 

l.os Angeles 14, Calif. 
Sales Representative 

ARVOLD, DONALD H. (1942-45) 

Bc« 215 Tamalpais Ave., Mill Valley, Calrf. 
Bus. 4(16 Montgomery St., San Francisco 4, Calif- 
Market & Opinion Research Analyst 

ATKINSON, JOHN (1941-46) 

Res . 83 Bast Elm Street, Chicago 11, 11. 

Bus. Hartford Fire Insurance Co., Room 1080, 

410 No. Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. 
Investigator 

AU1>, WILLIAM E. (l!H;S-45) 

Rt-s Poolesville, Maryland 

ItiiB War Assets Administration, Compliance En- 
' forcemeat; Div., 3rd & C St., S.W.. Wash- 
iugton, D. C. 
Investigator 

AUSTIN, JUDO A. (1942-47) 

Res, Calle Lafayette 13-407, Mexico City, 

public of Mexico 
Bus Kraft Foods Co., Calle Lafayette 13-407, 

Mexico City, Republic of Mexico 
Manager - Republic of Mexico 

AUSTIN, ROBERT M. (1933-36) 

Res 4602 Brookview Dr., Washington lb, v. ^. 
Bus. 609 Barr Bldg., Washington 6, D. C. 
Manufacturer's Representative 
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AVICRY, KENNKTH O. (1942-45) 
Res. 4514 Wishon, Fresno, Calif. 
Bus. Dearing, Jcrtberg & Avery, 005 Security 

Bank Bldg., Fresno, Calif. 
Attorney lit Law 

AXTBLL, RICHARD W. (1937 46) 
Res. 1 West 14th, Spokane, Wash. 
Bus. Associated Industries, 403 Peyton Building, 

Spokane, Washington 
Attorney 

AYER, FREDERICK, JR. (1941 -4;>) 
Res. South Hamilton, Mass. 
Bus. 53 State Street, Boston, Mass. 
Attorney 



HAER, CI0OHOE K. (1927-31) 

Res. 2400 West 27th Avenue, Denver 11, Colo. 
Attorney at Law 

BAILEY, JASON S. (1940-47) 

Res. Apt. 79, 1515 N. Ainsworth St., Portland 11, 
Oregon 

Bus. District Attorney, Room 660, County Court- 
house, Portland 4, Oregon 

Deputy District Attorney 



BAIN, WILLIAM W. 
Res. Devil ie, Texas 
Bus. Medina Valley 
President 



(1936-38) 



State Bank, Devine, Texas 



BAIRD, EDO Alt A., JR. (1940-45) 
Res. 415 So. 39th St., Omaha, Nebr. 
Bus. The Conservative Savings & Loan Associ- 
ation, 1614 Harney St,, Omaha, Nebr. 
Aast. Secretary-Treasurer 

BAIRD, WILLIAM J. (1941-45) 
Res. Pikeville, Ky. 
Bus. Box 261, Pikeville, Ivy, 
Attorney 

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BAKER, JAMES W. 1 1 Ml -45) 
Res 1221 Hull, Evanston, ILL 
Bus Thoroughbred Bating Protective Bureau, 
428 Parkway Bldg., 117 E. Colors ilo St., 
Pasadena 1, Calif. 
Special Representative 

BAKER, JOHN F. (1941-46) 

Res 405 E. Deerpath Rd., Lake Forest, 111. 
Bus. 29 Wo. La Salle St., Chicago 3, III. 
Lawyer 

StAKElt, L. I'HILIP (1942-45) 

Res 15(57 Shasta Avo., San Jose, Calif. 

Bus. Baker Food Products Co., 1795 Lafayette 

Street, Santa Clara, Oalit. 
Asst. Manager 

UAKIiH. ROY L„ JR. U 042-40) 

lies. 1U11 West Nicholson Avenue, Harrison, Ark. 
lias. 1". O. Box 203, Harrison, Ark- 
Attorney at Law 



liAKHH, WILLIAM H. (1930-45) 
Res. Los Angeles Athletic Club, 
Street, Loa Angeles 14, Calif. 
Bus P. O. Box 80, Los Angeles 53, Calif 



431 W. Ttli 



HAUmilWK JAMES H. (1935-41) 

Res 330 Knollwood Ave., Douglaston, L. I., N. \. 
Bus. American Airlines, Inc., 100 East 42nd 

Street, New York 17, N Y. 
Director of Employment and Training 

HALLANTlNti, WHITNEY W. (1942-44) 
Res 3424 Clark Street, Wayne, Mich. 
Bus Ballautine, Kennedy and Hiitan, 720-1 Ford 

Building, Detroit 26, Michigan 
Attorney 

BANOERT, HAROLD A. (1927-39) 

Res 3560 Kiverview Ave., Weirton, W. Va. 
Bus. Weirton Steel Co., Weirton, West \a. 
Director of Service and Safety 
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BANKS, WILLIAM L. (1342-48) 

Res. HOT California Rd., Tuckahoe 7, N. Y. 
Attorney 

HARDIN, DAN G. (1942-45) 

Res. 217 RiaU Street, Salinas, Calif. 

Bus. Bank of America Bldg., Room 14, Salinas. 

Calif. 
Attorney at Law 

IIAUKKK, CKORGE C. (1941-47) 

Res. 170 Duteher St., Ilopedale, Mass. 

Bus. Draper Corporation, 25 Ifonednle Street, 

Hopedale, Mass. 
Asst. Purchasing Agent 

I1ARKIIAUSEN, LESTER J. (1919-27) 

Res. 2844 Dahlia Street, Denver 7, Colo, 
Bus. U. S. Bureau of Internal Revenue, Alcohol 

Tax Unit, 13th District, 522 Symoa Bldg., 

Denver 2, Colo. 
Chief, Bonded Accounts Section 

BARNARD, L. H. (193S-47) 

Bus. The M, P. School, Carlisle Barracks, Pa. 
Lt. Col., U. S. Army 

BARNES, CLIFFORD E. (1941-41) 

Res. 54 Greenbusii Street, Cortland, N. Y. 
Cortland County Sheriff 

BARNETT, W. J. (1919-32) 

Res. 728 North Broadway, Shawnee, Oklahoma 
Bus. Taylor Lumber & Supply Co., 331 to 427 
North Oklahoma, Shawnee, Oklahoma 

BARRETT, LESTER E. (1942-45) 

Res. 7512 Canton Ave., St. Louis 14, Mo. 

Bus. Barrett Electrical Supply Co., 293fi Locust 

St., St. Louts 3, Mo. 
President 
BARRY, CHARLES D. (1942-45) 

Res. 87 Church Street, Pittsfield, Muss. 
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BARTI1, ROBERT J. (1942-45) 

Res. Farlook Drive, Cincinnati 11, OMo 

Bus. Lincoln National Bank, 4th & Vine St., 

Cincinnati 1, Ohio 
Vice President 

BARTON, BLAYNEY J. (1940-44) 

Res. 11 South Lake Avenue, Albany 3, N. Y. 
Rus. Winthrop Stearns, Inc., 33 Riverside Ave- 
nue, Rensselaer, N. Y. 
Director, Industrial & Public Relations 

BATCH, RALPH F. (1935-43) 

lies. Ill Wellington Ave., Short Hills. N. J. 
Bus. C.O-Two Fire Equipment Co., U. S. Higli- 

way 1, Newark 1, N. J. 
Secretary 

BATES, DONALD B. (1942-45) 

Res. 866 Monroe St., Reno, Nev. 
Bus. Nevada Bank of Commerce, 1 N. Virginia 

St., Reno, Nev. 
Vice President 

BATES, J. M. (1942-47) 

Res. 3070 W. 12th Place, Los Angeles <!, Calif. 
Bus. 826 E. Garvey Ave., Garvey, Calif. 
Radio & Appliances, Sales & Service 

RATTEN, CALEB L. (1943-48) 

Reg. 6710 Hillandnle RcL, Chevy Chase In, Md. 

BATTLE, I'. REN DAN P. (1941-44) 

Res. 3 Wilton Road, Tnckahoe, N. Y. 

Una. National Board of Fire Underwriters, 85 

John Street, New York 7. N. Y, 
Special Agent 
BAL'MEISTER, H. BRUCE (1940-45) 

Res. 9427 Fleetwing Avenue, Los Angeles 45, 

Calif. 
Bus. Wright and Millikan, 321 South Beverly 

Drive, Beverly Hills, Calif. 
Attorney 
RAYLISS, JOSEPH E. (1921-28) 

Res. 310 Johnstone St., Sanlt Sle. Marie, Mich. 
Retired 

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BEACH, JOSEPH D. (1942-46) 

Res. 5905 Gen. Haig St., New Orleans 19, La. 
Bus. 3854 Airline Highway, New Orleans 20, La. 
Part-owner, retail furniture store 

BE AS LEY, SAM B. (1940-46) 

Res. 202 North Lybnrger St., Olympia, Wash. 
Bus. Dept. of Public Utilities, State of Washing- 
ton, Olympia, Washington 
Examiner — Legal Department 

RKCiOVICH. MATTHEW W. (1043-45) 
Res. SO Fulton St., Weehnwken, N. J. 
Bus. U. S. Steel Export Corp., 30 Church SI ret. 

New York 7, N. Y. 
Salesman 

BELESS, JAMES W„ JR. (1941-45) 

Res. 8(52 East South Temple, Salt Lake City 2 

Utah 
Bus. Tracy-Collins Trust Co., 151 South Main 

Street, Salt Lake City 1, Utah 
Attorney— Asst. Trust Officer 

BELL, DORMAN B. (1942-46) 

Res. 2359 Royal Blvd., Berkley, Mich. 
Bus. Ford Motor Co., 3000 Schaefer Road, Dear- 
born, Michigan 
Investigations 

BELL, JOSEPH V. (1918-21) 

Res. 2022 Blodgett Street, Houston, Texas 

Bus. Railway Express Agency, Inc., 706 Milam 

Bldg., Houston, Texas 
Chief Special Agent 

BELLINO, CARMINE S. (1934-45) 

Res. 105 Jessup Lane, Bethesda 14, Md, 

Bus. 91.7 Fifteenth St., N. W„ Washington 5, 

D. C. 
Certified Public Accountant 
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URL LOW, O. K. (1030-14) 

Res. 423 S. Genesee Avenue, Los Angeles 36, 

Calif. 
Bus. California Stfilc Board of Canalization, 

Room 521, 3,-)7 S. Hill Street. Los Augelew 

13, California 
Referee 

BENNATTS. RICHARD S. (1942-43) 

Re*. 2036 North White Circle, Salt. Lake Cilv G 

Utah ' ' ' 

Bus. First Security Dunk of Idaho - National 

Association, 396 i* ILr i; Avenue, Idaho 

Falls, Idaho 
Hank Officer 

BENNETT, CARL L. (1040-47) 

Res. 93-18 Lament Ave, Elmhursr., L. I x Y 
Bus. Enviu-Wnsey & Co., Inc., 420 Lexington 

Ave.. Now York, N. Y. 
Advertising- Media & Marketing 

BENNETT. THOMPSON (1042-4(1) 

Res. HIT South Park Street, Kalamazoo. Michi- 
gan 
Bus. Ilmrard & Howard, 301-304 Kalamazoo Na- 
tional Bldp-. Kalamazoo 0. Michigan 
Attorney 

BENSENE. ELWYN B. . (1942-45) 

Res. 1204 High Street, Union Grove. Wise. 
Bus. 1111 Main Street. Union drove, Wise. 
Attorney nt Lnw 

BENSON, EMERY B. (1942-45) 

Res. Route 1, Box 85, Racine, Wisconsin 

Bus. Benson, Kutchart, Haley & Benson, 310 

Baker Block, Racine, Wise, 
Attorney at Law 

BFNTLEY, ROBERT L. II (1042-45) 

Res. 420 Evans Ave., Willow drove. Pa. 

Bus. West Virginia Pulp ami Paper Co., 230 

Park Avenue, New York 17, N. Y. 
Auditor 

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BERENS, AL O. (1933-41) 

lies, 438-15th Ave. S.W., Rochester, Minn. 
Bus. Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. 
Public Relations 

BERC30X, FRANK A. (1942-40) 

lies. Rt. 3, Box 790, Madera, Calif. 
Rancher 

BERNEGGER, JOSEPH II. (1942-455) 

Res. 43-31 Ithaca Street, Elmhurst, I.. I., N. Y. 
Bus. Empire Diamond Corp., 350 Fifth Avenue, 

New York, N. Y. 
Bus. Bordolt & Co., 141 Broadway, New York (5, 

N. Y. 
Controller— C.P.A. 

BERNSTEIN, LEWIS G. (1928-31) 

Res. 350 Central Park West, New York 25, N, Y. 
Bus. 730-5th Avenue, New York 19, N. Y. 
Lawyer 

BERRY. ALFRED B. (1041-46) 

Res. 292 Depot Road, Huntington Station, Long 

Island, N. Y. 
Bus. Railway Express Agency, Inc., 212 East 

43rd Street, New York, N. Y. 
Snpt. Prevention & Security Dept, 

KERRY, EUGENE W. (1930-31) 

Res. 0231 Laurel Canyon Blvd., North Holly- 
wood, Calif. 
Investigator — Accountant 

BERRY. JAMES H. (1941-47) 

Res. 307 West 7th St., North Little Rock, Ark. 
Bus, 113 West 4th Street, North Little Rock, Ark. 
Attorney 

BERRYHILL, JOHN R. ( 1941-46) 

Res. 319 South F. Street, Tulare 4, Calif. 
Bus. Berryhill & Henry, P. O. Box 29, Tulare, 

Calif. 
Attorney at Law 

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REYHAN, SAMUEL J. (1942-45) 

lies. 1118 Ramblewood Avenue, Baltimore 12, Mtl. 
Bus. Cooperative Mills, Inc., 2101 E. Fort Ave- 
nue, Baltimore 30, Md. 
Executive Vice-President 

B1EI1L, JOHN W. (1043-45) 

Res. 1813 Steuben Road, Reading, P«. 

Bus. 202 Berks County Trust Bids., Reading. l' ; < 

Attorney at Law 

IUELASKI. A BRUCE (1909-19) 

Res. 122 Gilchrist Road. Croat Xe< U. X. Y. 

Bus. National Board of Kiiv IJulrs., ST. John 

Street. New York 7. N- Y, 
Lawyer & Assistant General Manager 

RIELSKI, RICHARD M. (1942-44) 

R ( -s 306 East. 31 at. Street, Sioux Fulls, So. Dak. 
Bur Bielski, Elliott and Lewis, 209 Northwest 
Security National Bank, Sioux Falls, 
South Dakota 
Attorney nt Law 

B1ERLY. KENNETH M. (1940-4fi) 

Res North Porchuck Rd., Greenwich, Conn. 
Bus. Kenby Service, 208 W. 23rd Street. New 

York, N. Y. 
Research & Publishing 

RIC-LAN, HENRY M. (1940-46) 

Rob. 804 Harrison Avenue, Sernnton 10, 1 d. 
Bus. 301 Connell Building, Seranton 3, Vn. 
Attorney at Law 

BIGLER, WAYNE IT. (15)42-43) 

Res. 6408 Enright Avenue, St. Louis. Mo. 
Bus. 915 Olive Street, St. Louis 1, Mo. 
Attorney 

BILLINGS, T. ELTON (1933-36) 

Res Bluefield Avenue, Donelson 1, Tenn. 
Bus. The Nashville Corp., Vultee Blvd., Nash- 
ville 1, Tenn. 
Industrial Relations Supervisor 
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RIONDI, RAT W. (1937-41) 

Res. 140 N. 28th St., Allentown, Pa. 

Bus. Arbogast and Bastian, Meat Packers, Inc. 

1 Hamilton Street, Allentown, Pa. 
Secretary 

BIORN, NORMAN E. (1942-45) 

Ri-s. <>5S Lincoln Ave.. St. Paul 5. Minn. 

Bus. Sanborn, Jackson & Biorn. 520-530 Emlirett 

Building, St. Paul 1, Minn. 
Attorney nt l.:uv 

BIRCH. TYLER M. (1932-39) 

Res. 7 Huron Road, Bellerose 6, L. L. N. Y. 
Bus. E. A. Laboratories, Inc., Myrtle Avenue & 

Spencer St., Brooklyn 5, N. Y. 
Director Industrial Relations 

BIRD. DON C. (1940-45) 

Res. Run 15 de Novembro, 1051, Pelotns, R. (i. S. 

Brazil 
Bus. Joacjuim Oliveira & Cia. Ltrtn.. Pelotas. 

R.G.S, Brazil 

Caixa Postal 110, Pelotas. Tl.C.R. Brazil 
Executive 



UlRTIIRKilTT. W. JAMES (1034-41) 

Res, 90 Bryant Avenue. White Plains, N. 
Bus. 521 -5th Avenue, New York, N. Y. 
Investigations 



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BISHOP, JOSEPH II., JR. (1934-34) 

Rea. 1175 Andrews Ave.. Lnkewood 7. Giro 
Bus. Claims Bureau, Assoc, of Casualty and 
Surety Cos., 305 Williamson Bldg., Cleve- 
land 14, Ohio 
Special Agent in Charge 



BtXLER. GEORGE R. (1942-45) 

Res. 5*06 W, Storey, Midland,- Texas 
Bus. Sntiio Petroleum Co., 207 Leggett 

Midland, Texas 
District Landman 

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BLAIR, GEORGE R. (15)30-43) 

Res. 110 Brookside Drive, Buffalo 20, N. Y. 
Bus. 828 Liberty Bank Bldg., Buffalo 2, N. Y. 
Attorney 

RLATSDELL. CHARLES O. (1942-45) 

Res. 325 1 1 in t o ii Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Bus. 271 Madison Avenue, New York, N. Y. 
Attorney 

JJLANFORl), E. MURRAY (1012-21-) 

Res. 1763-32ml Ave., San Francisco 2L\ Calif. 
Bus. National Board of Eire Undwtrs., J 014 Mer- 
chants Exchange Bldg., 4fi5 California 
Street, San Francisco 4, Calif. 
Chief Special Agent 

BLANTON, ALTON M. (1942-45) 

Res. 2107 Corona Avenue, Jasper. Alabama 

Bus. Blanton Bldg., 3rd Avenue, Jasper, 

Alabama 
Attorney at Law 

BLASKKY, SAMUEL B. (l!>42-46> 

Res. 135 Crossbill Road, Ovcrbrook Hills, L»w('r_ 

Morion TWP, Pa. 
Bus, J. ('. Rlaskoy Co., 702 1'nblie Ledger Bids. 
Independence Sininre, Philadelphia (i, l'a. 
Food Broker 

BLATCHFORD, WILLIAM YV., JR. 0917-10) 

Res. 59 Locust Avenue, New Rochellc, N. Y. 

BLETHEN, WM, C. (1042-44) 

Res. Ill Dell Avenue, Manknto, Minnesota 
Bus. 230V2 South Front Street, Manknto, Minne- 
sota 
Attorney at Law 

BLOMQLIST, H. A. (1932-34) 

Res. 1415 Ogdon St., N.W., Washington 10, D. C. 
Bus. Caixa Postal 4045, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 
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BLUB, GEORGE R. (1940-45) 

Res. 5S30 Argonne Street, New Orleans, La. 
Bus, Beard & Blue, 80S American Bank Bldg. 

New Orleans, La. 
Attorney and Notary 

BOCIIER. FREDERICK (1026-28) 

Res. 71 East Post Road, White Plains, N. Y. 
Bus. e/o Proskauer Rose Goetz & Mendelsohn, 
Room 1780, 11 Broadway, New York 4, N. Y. 
Accountant 

BOCKELMANN, ALRIX P. (1942-46) 

Res. 308 Cedar Street, Atlantic, Iowa 
Bus. Shelly Oil Company, Skelgas Division 

Kansas City 10, Mo. 
District Salesman 

BODLEY, J. JUSTUS (1942-45) 

Res. 115 Edgewood Rd., Ardmore, Pa. 
Bus. 1020 F.S.F. Bldg., 12 So, 12th Street, Phila- 
delphia 7, Pa. 
Attorney at Law 

BOGGS, RALPH S. (1942-45) 

Res. 720 Carisbrook Drive, Maumee, Ohio 

Bus. Boggs. Boggs & Boggs, 828 Nicholas Bldg. 

Toledo 4, Ohio 
Attorney at Law 

BOLAN, WILLIAM F. (1942-47) 

' Res. 7 Longview Avenue, Madison, N. J, 

Bus. Herrigel, Lindabury & Herrigel, 1060 Broad 

Street, Newark 2, N. J. 
Lawyer 

BOLLFRASS, HERBERT (1942-46) 

Res. 1719 Jefferson Avenue, Houston 3, Texas 
Bus. Great Southern Life Insurance Co., 401 

Louisiana Street, Houston, Texas 
Life Insurance 

ROLLING, WM. D. (1918-30) 

Res. 1309 Divisadero, San Francisco 15, Calif. 
Retired 

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BONNET, JOHN C. (1940-46) 

lies. 021 S. Carlyn Sp. Bd., Arlington, Va. 
Bub. Thompson's Dairy Inc., 2012-llth St.. N. W. 

Washington, D. C. 
Asst. Personnel Officer 
BOOTH, THOMAS W. (1041-45) 

Res. 383 Sycamore Street, Railway, N. J. 

Bun. Commercial Union AMSiirniiru. Co.. Mil.. I 

1'ark Avenue, New York IB, X. Y. 
Amt. General Adjuster 
UOWDBN, OTTO ROY THOMAS (1911-40) 
Hob. 3803 Oak Street, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Bus. 308 Law Exchnnge Bldg., Jackson villi', 

2 Fla. 
Attorney nt Law, Aset. County Solicitor, Duval 

Comity. Jax. Flu., City Attorney. Bultl- 

-wln, Fla. 
HOWT5N, OSCAR A.," SR. (1017-10) 

Res. Illinois Athletic Club, 112 S. Michigan Ave. 

Chicago 3, Illinois 
Bub. The Peoples Gaa Light and Coke Co., 122 

S. Michigan Ave., Chicago 3, Illinois 
Registered i'rofesBlonal Engineer 
SnpcrvlHor of Industrial Engineers 

BOWMAN, JAMES J. (1041-47) 

Rob. .14 Linden Street, New Haven 11, Cmiii. 
Bub. Adley Express Co., Inc., 216 Crown St. 

New Haven, Conn. 
Exec. AbhI. to HW--T it>ii a. 

BOWMAN, LESTER I. (1032-40) 

Reg. 1(137 Mt. EHglo PI., Alexandria. Vii. 

I Sua. Chief CouiiHcl, Bureau of Internal Revenue. 

lOtli mid Pennsylvania Ave., Wu«hiiiK<oii 

25. D. C. 
Attorney 

BOWMAN, WILLIAM K. (1012 -IB) 

Ren. 3ASfl Leilgewood Drive. Cincinnati 29, Ohio 
Butt. County Prosecuting Attorney, Cincinnati 2, 

Ohio 
Bud. WW Traction Bldg.. Cincinnati 2, Ohio 
Attorney— Asst. Ptobc. Atty. 
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BOYD. MILTON J. (1035-44) 

Res. 313 Mt. Torn on Rond, Ciobsu l'oinl Farina 

30, Mich. 
Bus. PfcJfer Brewing Co., 3740 Bellevue Avenue 

Detroit, Michigan 
Vice President 

BKAATIIEN, CLAYTON A. (l!W!t-4J| 

Res. 4140 Philip. Detroit 24, Midi. 
Bum. Ford Motor Company, DtnrlKirn, Miili. 
Investigator 

BRACKEN, JOHN J. (11)42-45) 

Res. 73 Cromwell St., Hartford. Conn. 
Bus. 045 Aaylum Avenue, Hartford. Conn. 
Attorney; & Judge of Hartford Police Court 

BRACT, n. RPRTON (1042-45) 

Res. 57 South Linwood Avenue, Norwalk, Ohio 
Bub. Bracy & Bracy, Box 205, Norwalk, Ohio 
Attorney 

BRADFORD, BRENTON B. (1942-4.1) 
Rob. 1045 Harvard Ave., Fresno, Calif. 
Bub. Bradford. Bradford, Slark & Wright, Suite 
51 8- B. T. W. Patterson BMg., Fresno, Cal. 
Certified Puhlle Accountant 

BRADLEY. WILLIAM J. (1040-45) 

Res. Domingo Ferrelra 02, Apt. 704, RI« lie 

Janeiro, Brazil 
Bub. Avenlda Rio Brnuco S5, 6th Floor, Rio de 

Janeiro, Brazil 
Lawyer 

BRADY, LOUIS P. (1041-43) 

Hi's. South Street Road, LeRoy. N. Y. 
Bub. 30 Main Street, LcRoy, N. Y. 
Attorney at Law 

BRADY. THOMAS A. (1042-47) 

Res. 201 Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn 5, N. Y. 
Bub. Alexander & Kecnnn, 42 Ilmmlway, New 

York 4, N. Y. 
Attorney 

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It KAND, N OHM AN (1840-45) 

Hum. 3132. W. Slauson, Apt. 1, Los Angeles 43. 

Calll 
Bus. 1680 North Vine Street, Hollywood 28, Calif. 
Attorney 

BRAXN, JOHN A. (1018-30) ■ 

Res. 366 Arlington Are., Jersey City, N. J. 

It HASH EAR, LONN1E H. (1940-46) 

Res. 18200 Faust Road, Detroit ID, Michigan 
Bub. Brasheat & Brashear, 1070 Penobscot BUI;;, 

Detroit 26, Michigan 
Attorney at Law 

liRARHER, OTTIS I.. (1842-45) 
Res. 2747 Llewellyn. Dallas, Texas 
Bub. Standard Oil Company of Texas, City Na- 
tional Bank Bids., Houston 8, Texas 
Landman 

BRAIJN, WILLIAM C. UD27-S0) 

Res. 48 North Menard Ave, Apt. 3B, Chicago, 111. 
Bur. National Board of Fire Underwriters, '£-£ 

West Adams Street, Chicago, 111. 
Chief Special Agent 

[■.RAY, UAL D. (1930-34) 

Ren. 435 No. Tower, Nevada, Mo. 

Bus. Rray-RojtCTB Motor Co., 118 N. Ash Street 

Nevada, Mb. 
StudcbnkeT Dealer (Partner) 

BRKCHENSER, FRANK J. (1030-33) 

Res. 8m-18th Road, North, Arlington, Va. 
Una. V. 8. Dent, of Agrlc South Bldg., Wank- 

lugtoii, D. C. 
iYderiil Employee 



14 KEEN, JOHN A. (1942-46) 

Res. (i.10 Melrose Ave., Kenilworth, 111. 

lino Miirkiuun, Donovan & Sulllvtin, 131 8. 

S.-ilK' fH.. Ciilraaw .*!. 111. 
Attorney at Law 

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IJREESE, AOT. C. P. (1937-45) 

Bus. 3D C.I.I). PHILRYCOM, A. P.O. 707 % I'M 
San Francisco, Culif. 

BRENNAN, DANIEL E., JR. ( 11M2-4G) 

Res. 107 Chestnut Street. Bridgeport. Coin. 
Bus. Bremen A.Daly, Snito m, Security Bldg 

11L> Main Street. Bridgeport 3, Conn 
Attorney at Law 

HRESJNAN. HONALD F. (1041-46) 

nes. 857 Bruckner Blvd., Bronx N Y 
Investigator 

BRENNAN, EDWARD JAMBS (1008-"0) 
lies 1130 Madison Street, Evniistoii, Illinois 
Retired 

URENNAN, JOnN LEO (1030-41) 

Res. 25 Hnmllton Ave., Cranford N j 
Bub. Thorobred Racing. Protective Bureau 405 
I-iexington Ave., New York 17, N. y. ' 

BREUEL, HAROLD c. (1042-46) 

Res. lOO^o Riverside Drive W., New York 32, 

Bub. Alger, Peck, Andrew & R hlfg. 35 Liberty 

Street, New York 5, N. y. 
Attorney at Law 

HREWER. E. CARE, JR. (IJMI-43) 

Res. 435 West Second St.. Clnrksda!,, MI«L»,|„„| 

SOT" ' B ° X m ' C,arksd » 1 e. 

Attorney 

BRIGGS, LLOYD A. (1942-47) 

Res. 7415 N. Wolcolt Ave., Chicago. Illinois 
Bus. Addressograph-Multlgraph Corp. 35 in 

Wacker Drive, Chicago. 111. 
Administrative— Bales 

BRIGHT, FRANCIS E. (1941-46) 

Res. 3325 So. Shore Trail. Sparta, N. J" 

Bus. Sussex & Merchants Bank Bldg., Newton, 

Lawyer 

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BROOKE. WINSTON (1840«) 

Rph. 1120 Calhoun Avenue, Anniston, Ah. 
Bub. 20 West 11th Street. Annteton, Ala. 
Certified I'ublli: Ai-eountant 

BUOTZE, ARNO GEORGE (1041-40) 

Rob. Edif. Wllaon-Dopt. 71, Qullcn, Lima. Peru 
Run. Cla Wilbnr-ElliH Peruana R.A., Carabaya 

No. 831-Edlf. Boza. Limn Peru 
Representative 

11ROWAN. J. E. (1943-48) 

H8S. Route No. 1, Box 81, Knowlton, Wise. 

11 ROWER. JTCROME W. (1043-48) 

R,.« BR2 St. Peter St., St. Paul 2. Minn. 

Bub! Minnesota Dept. of Healtli, 488 State OKl«i 

Bldg., St. Paul 1, Minn. 
Chief, Section of Departmental Admlnis. : 

BROWN. EVERETT W. (1936-40) j 

Rea 4+35 Li>mn Avenue. North Hollywood. Calif, j 

I'.hr. 102T. N. niffhlmid Ave. Hollywood 38. Calif, i 

Private Investigations j 

BROWN. JOHN P. (1D17-18) 

Res. IS15 Grnnville Ave., Chbsigo 40. 111. ; 

Bub. BPown-Orth Motors, Inc., 1585 ElHnwood St. i 

Des Palnos, 111. 
P resident- -St nrtebaker Supplies 

BROWN, KENNETH W. (1842-45) 

Ren. 108 Foater Street. Cambridge 3H. Mnw. 
Bub. Godfrey L. Cabot, Inc., T7 Franklin St. 

Boston 10, Maes. 
Attorney 

BROWN. RALPH D. (1030-38) 

Rea. 05 The Oaks, Roriyn, New York 

Bub. praun & Company, Rockefeller Ilaza 

New York 20, N. T. 
Public Relations Counsel 
(20) 



BROWNELL, ROBERT W. (1041-47) 

Res. 0124 Bradford Rd., Silver Spring, Md. 

Biib. Rn. 002 Edmonds Bldg., 917-lflt.h St., N.W., 

Washington, D. C. 
Insurance Underwriter 

IIBOWNI.EE, HERBERT V. (1043-48) 

Res. 3268 Waltham Avenue. Pittsburgh 10, Pa. 
rtns. 3117 West Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh 16, 

Pn. 
Attorney at Law 

It RUCK, IRVING B. (1918-19) 

Reg. 10 E. Jefferson St., Colorado Springs, Colo. 
Bub. Colorado Springs Police Dept., P. O. Box 

23, Colorado Springs, Colo. 
Chief of Police 

I1RTJFF, JAMES L. (1910-17) 
Res. Mendnam, N. J. 
Bus. Congoleum-Nalrus, Inc., 195 Bel grove D"r., 

Kearny, N. J. 
Vice-President and Director 

HRITMM, OLIVER C. (1940-44) 

Res. 18H19 Ken yon Road, Shaker Heights 20, Ohio 
Bub. Continental Aluminum and Bronze Foundry 

Co., Westford, Crawford County, Pa. 
President 

BRYAN, LLOYD W. (1934-42) 

Rea. 701 S. Fulton St., Salisbury, N. C. 
Attorney 

BRYDEN, ALLAN J. (1987-40) 

Res. 3534 So. Trenton, Tulsa, Okla. 

Bus. Stanollnd Oil & Gas Co., Stanollnd Bldg. 

Tulsa, Okla. 
Methods and Procedures 

BRYSON, JAMES E. (1042-48) 

Res. 6211 S. B. 29th Avenue, Portland 2, Oregon 
Bub. Herbert A. Templeton Lumber Company, 
807 Terminal Sales Bldg., Portland 3, Ore- 
gon 
Lumber Manufacturers and Wholesalers 
(21) 



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BUCHANAN. I>AVID L. (1942-») 

lies. 21870 Crystal Ave., Euclid 23, Ohio 

Bus. Pittsburgh Steamship Co., 1814 Rockefeller 

Blag.. Cleveland, Ohio 
Asst. Manager of I nU uh trial Relations 

BUCKBEE. JOnN C, JR. (1940-45) 

Rob. 4013 Monterey, Minneapolis IB. Minn. 

Hub. Bitrenu of Engraving, Inc., 500 South 

Fourth, Minneapolis IK, Minn. 
Vice President & Secretary 

BUCKLEY. JACK B. (1826-27) 

Ros. 99 Wyiitt Road, Garden City, L. I., N. T. 
Huh. Federal Communications Comm., 90 Church 

Street, Room 624, New York 7, N. Y. 
Industrial Engineer— C.P.A. (NT) 

BUCKLEY, JEREMIAH F. (1938-47) 

Res. 445 Essex Street. Weymouth, Mnss. 
■ Huh. American Business Consultants, [» Wont 
42iitl Street, New York, N. Y. 
Director' of Research 

BUG AS. WILLIAM F. (1940-47) 

Res. 610 S. Grant St., Ft. Collins, Colo. 

Una. Ghent-BuEas Motors, 2Wf N. College St., Ft. 

Collins, Colo. 
Co-Owner 

KUNIiy. M1>WARD A. (1943-48) 

Res. 200 Forest Ave., Itasca, 111. 
Bus. The Richardson Company, 27 and Lake 

Streets, Melrose Purk, 111. 
Executive 

BURBRIWOE, GAIL E. (1940-44) 

Res. 1205 Ko. Kind Street, Omaha, Nebraska 
Bus. 400 Brandois Theatre Bl«1g., Omnlm 2, No- 

brn&ka 
Attorney 
IIURCK, CLARENCE A. (1942-44) 

Rt-B. 10-140 Aft on Rout). Detroit 3, Michigan 
Hun. Fred Burton Abstract Co., Pleasant Ridge, 

Mlchignn 
Vu-n President 

(22) 



BURGER, MAX F. (1917-20) 

Res. 05 Orange Place, Winter Park, Florida 
Retired 

I1URGEMON, ELMER L. (1042-45) 

Res. 1408 Thompson St., Des Moines 16, Towji 
Bus. O'Dea Finance Company, hit locust Street. 

]>eB Moines 1>. Iowa 
Treasurer — Manager 
(Lnwyer — Iowa) 

BURGESS, DAVID E. (1941-45) 

Res. 1550 Fnlrholmcs Ra., Grosse Polntc Woods 

30, Mich. 
Bus. 2446 Pcnohscot Bide., Detroit 26, Michigan 
Attorney at Law 

BURGESS. PETER D. (1940-44) 

Res. 841 Bnlfour Road, Crosse Point Tark SO, 

Michigan 
Bus. Detroit News, 615 West Lnfayettc. Detroit 

26. Mlchignu 
Labor Relations Counsel 

BURKE, RICnARD E. (1942-45) 

Res. 2540 Hudson Blvd., Jersey City, N. J. 
Bus. 921 Bergen Avenue, Jersey City, N. J. 
Attorney at Law 

BURNS. EDWARD T. (1942-46) 

Res. 74 Brookliuc Ave.. Aibnny 3, X. Y. 

Bus. 705 Furnuld Hall. Columbia University 

New York 27, N. Y. 
Law Student 

BUSBY, HUBBARD T. (1941-45) 

Res. Rt. 0. Franklin Heights, Frankfort, Ky. 
Bus. State Fire Marshall, Frankfort, Ky. 
Special Agent— National Board of Fire Under- 
writer* 

BUSUYHBAD, JAMES B. (1941-46) 

Res. 873 Fuhrman Terrace, Glendale 22, Mo. 
Bus. Moog Industries, Inc., 6C50 Enston Avenue, 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Sales Manager 

(23) • 



BUTLER. WILLIAM R. (1040-44) 

lies. 1110 Marshall Street, Houston 6, Texas 
Bus', 1714 Second National Bank Bldg., Houston 

2, Texas 
Attorney 

I'.HTT, NIXON, Jr. (1942-4.5) 

Res. 331 Cherokee Drive, Orlando, Florida 
Bus. 37 Bast Tine Street, Orlando, Florida 
Attorney 

IUJTTKR WORTH, FRANCIS, JR. (1941-48) 

Res. 41 Carleton Road, Belmont 58, Mass. 
Bus. 24 School Street, Boston, Mass. 
Attorney at Law 

UUTTKRWmiTH, RALPH (1013-30) 

llvs. Chestnut Street, KonIjoiu, Mass. 
Attorney at Law 

BYRNE, GEORGE P., JR. (1041-46) 

lies. 74 Lookout Circle, Lnvehmont, N. Y. 
Bus. 5S Park Place, New York 7, N. Y. 
Attorney 



CABLE, DAVIS WATSON (1041-47) 

Res. 1315 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, Ohio 
Pus. 1202 Cook Tower, Lima, Ohio 
Attorney 

CAIIILL, RAYMOND E. (1942-4fi) 

■Res 70S Mertoii Road, Detroit 3, Mich. 

Bus. Ford Motor Company, 3000 Sclmefer Bond 

Dearborn, Michigan 
Office of General Counsel 

CAIIILL, WILLIAM T. (1937-38) 

Res. 3214 Alabama Rd„ Camden, N. J. 
Tins. 540 Cooper Street, Camden, N. ,T. 
Lawyer (also 1st Asst. Pros, of Camden County) 
. (24) 



CALDER. EUGENE B. (1941 -4«) 

Reg. 429 North Adams, Ypsilanti, Michigan 
Bus. William Dehaan Law Offices 13-16 Ypsilanti 

Savings Bank Bldg., Ypsilanti, Mich. 
Attorney at Law 

CALHOUN, MARCUS B. (1940-46) 

Res. 320 N. Hansell St., Thomasville, Gn. 
Bus. 406 Scott Bldg., Thomasville, Ga. 
Attorney at Law 

CALHOUN. R. HOWARD (1941-45) 

Res. 25 E. Harrison Place, Livingston, N. J. 
Bus. 2 E. Northfleld Ave, Livingston, N, J. 
Certified Public Accountant 

CALHOUN, WILLIAM A. (1942-46) 

Res. 1377 Park Ave. W„ Mansfield, Ohio 

Bus. Room 404, Richland Trust Bldg., Mansfield, 

Ohio 
Attorney at Law 

CALKINS, II. HAROLD (1940-47) 

Res. 1073 Kearney Street, Denver, Colorado 

Una. Long, Hymnn and Calkins, 418 Symos 

Building, Denver 2, Colorado 
Attorney at Law 

CALLAHAN, GEORGE A. (1934-39) 

Res. 21 Shorehaven Lane, Manhasset, L. L, N. X 
Bub. Lord & Taylor, 424-5th Ave., New York, 
N. Y. 

Manager, Protection Dept, 

CALLAHAN. RHERARD E. (1043-45) 

Res. 223 i Colony Road, Charlotte, N. C. 
Bus. Westinghouse Electric Supply Co., 324 N. 

College St., Charlotte, N. C. 
Disk Credit Mgr. & Disk Personnel Mgr. 

CALLINAN. EDWARD M. (1942-46) 

Res. 5730 Colfax Ave., So., Minneapolis 5, Minn. 
Bus. SOS-First National Roo Line Bldg., Minne- 
apolis 2, Mini). 
Attorney at Law 

(25) 



CAL LISTER, EDWARD R. (1042-45) 

Tics. 270 North M:iin Street., Salt Lake City, Utah 
Bus. CIO Cont. Bank Bid (jr., Sail Lake City, l.'tah ', 
Lawyer 

CAMPBELL, C. BARRETT (1!)40-4ri) 

Res. 2(>60 r«rk Hills Drive, Sacramento 15, Calif. 
Bus. The VlIliiffG Paint. & Art Shop, 2907 

Pasationipo Lane, Sacramento 15, Calif. 
Owner 

CAMPBELL, JACK M. (1941-42) 

Res. 1003 W. Mathews, Roswell. -New Mexico 
Bus. Atwood. Mnlone & Campbell, J. r. White 

BUIg., RoswcTI, New Mexico 
Attorney at Law 

CANNON, CARROLL C. (1342-46) 

Res. 303 N. Forrest St root. Forrest City. Ark. 
Bus. Hnrrelson, Tlarrelson <fc Cannon, Izanl ! 

Street, Norton RMjr. Forrest Pity, Ark. 
Lawyer 

CANNON. JOSEPH R. (1030-32) ! 

Res. 532-20tli St., N. W., Washington 6, D. C. | 

Bur. U. S. Dept. of Justice, Anti-Trust Division. ; 

Washington 25, T>. C. i 

Attorney 

CAPFS, (GEORGE H. (1041-48) ; 

Rps. 7308 Burrwood Drive, St. Louis, Mn. I 

Bus. Capitol Coal & Coke Co., 1008 Arm tie Bid?, i 

St. Louis, Mo. I 

Vice President I 

CART-REN, JOHN W. (1941-40) j 

lias. Ifi25-13th Ave. North, Clinton, Iowa 
Bus. 101 Haring BUIg., 513 So. 2nd St., Clinton, 

Iowa 
Lawyer 

CARMOPY. WILLIAM A., JR. (1942-47) 

Res. 7 Edgowood Terrace, Millhnm, N, J. 
Bus. Ever Ready Label Corp., 343 Oortlandt St. 

Belleville, N. J. 
Industrial Relations 

(2(1) 



OARNES, JOHN P. (1942-40) 

Bus. Sim Oil Company, P. O. Box 850, Jaekson- 

Miss. 
Res. 2006 W. Capital, Jackson, Miss. 
Attorney — Laud Dept. 



CARNEY. JEROME F. (1924-35) 

Res. Lincoln Hotel, 44th Street & Stli Ave., 
York 19, N. Y. 

Attorney 



New 



CARNEY. WTLLIAM B. (1942-44> 

Res. 935 Kennedy St., N.W., Washington, D. C. 
Bus. Compliance Enforcement Uiv, War Asset* 

Administration, Washington, D. C. 
Supervisor 

CARPENTER, GORDON R. (1942-4(5) 

Res. Shady Shores, Denton, Texas 
Bus. Southwestern Legal Foundation, SMTJ Lais 

School, Dallas, Texas 
Executive- Secretary 

CARROLL, HARRY D. G. (1940-45) 
Bus. P. O. Box 981, Baltimore 3, Mrt. 
Attorney 

CARROLL. JOHN T. (1942 45) 

Res. 1021 Fourth Avenue, Roehelle, Illinois 
Bus. Roehelle Furniture MPg. Co., 100 Avenue G 

Roehelle, Illinois 
President 

CARROLL, ROBERT V. (1941-44) 

Res. 126-35 fit. S.E., Washington, P. C. 

Bus. War Assets Administration, Washington. 

D. C. 
Special Agent 

CARROLL. WILLIAM P., JR, (1942-47) 
Res. 844 Spruce, Oeerfield, 111. 

CARSELOWEY, MAURICE S. (1942-44) 

Res. 1028 Connecticut Avenue, Washington, I). C. 
(27) 



CARSOX, JOSEPH R. (1941-45) 

lies. 704 West California, Urbana, Illinois 

Bus. Francis T. Carson, 102 E. Main Street, P. O. 

Box 1, Urbana, 111. 
Attorney at Law 

CARTER, J. ARNOLD (1840-4(5) 

Res. 1050 Ilibbnrd, Apt. 44, Detroit 14, Michigan 
Bus. Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Mich., In- 
ternationa] Division, 14300 Woodward Ave., 
Highland Park, Mich. 
Supervisor of Import Purchasing . 

CARTER, KEITH (1941-45) 

Res. ir>()2 North A vomit- 50, Los Angeles, Calif, 
Pus. Thorobred Racing Protective Bureau, 42S 
Parkway Bldg., in E. Colorado St., Pasa- 
dena, Calif. 
Special Representative in Charge 

CAHTER. LESLIE I). (104L45) 

Res. 4110 Harney St., Omaha, Nebr. 
Bus. 000 Kecline Itlclg, Omaha 2, Nebr. 
Attorney at Law 

CARTER. WESLEY E. (1942-47) 

Res. 1.85 Manhasset Woods Road, Manhasset L 

T., N. Y. 
Bus. Mergcntlialer Linotype Company, 20 Ryer- 

soti Street, Brooklyn 5. N. Y. 
Director of Public Relations 

CASEY, JOSEPH B. (1942-46) 

Res. I1fl N. 12th Street. Osage, Iowa 
Bus. «2()i/j Main Street, Osage, Iowa 
Lawyer 

CASH, JOHN T. (1939-40) 

Ron. Washington Road, Thomson, (in. 

Bur. Knox Metal Products. Inc.. Main Street, 

Thomson, Ga. 
Manufacturer- -Vice President &. Treasurer 
(28) 



CASSIDY, CHARLES J. (1042-47) 

Res. North Columbia Drive, Bogalusa La 
Bus. First State Bank & Trust Co., Louisiana 

Avenue, Bogalusa, La. 
Vice President & Cashier of Bank 

CHADDCCK, HARRY W. (1039-46) 

Res. Box 419, Elizabeth, N. J 
Bus. Merek & Co., Inc., Railway, New Jersey 
Executive Asst. to Vice President 

CHAFFHTZ, MAXWELL (1930-46) 

Res. Greene Manor, Cermantown, Philadelphia 
44, Pa. 

Bus. Richland Food Products Corp., Philadel- 
phia, Pa, 

Secretary-Treasurer 

CHALKLEY, FLOYD EATON (1934-30) 

lies. Lake Shore Club, Chicago, Illinois 
Bus. 120 S. La Salle St., Chicago 3, 111. 
Investigations 

CHAPMAN, RICHARD L. (1937-44) 

Res. 15788 Woodland Dr., Dearborn, Mich. 
Bus. 2463 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 26, Michigan 
. Attorney— Ford Motor Company 

CHAPMAN. ROBERT C. (1929-34) 

Res. 2709 Central St., Apt. 2N, Evanston, 111, 
Res. 2709 Central St., Apt. 2G, Evanston, 111. 
Bus. Assn. of Casualty & Surety Cos., 10 So. La 

Salle, Room 340, Chicago 3, Illinois 
Investigator 

CHAPPELL, BRANTLY P. (1942-46) 

Res. 1120 South 4th Street, La Crosse, Wisconsin 
V Bus. Lees & Bnnge, 402 Batavinn Bank Bldg. 

La Crosse, Wisconsin 
■. Attorney 



fCHARBONNET, EMMET J. (1942-44) 

Res. 5416 Story Street, New Orleans, La 

Bus. C and W Transfer & Storage Co., Inc 614 

Baronne Street, New Orleans, La 
President 

(20) 



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CHARTERS, HUOHXK J. (V.M- HI) 

lies. 3*27 Wellesley Road, Philadelphia HI, l';i 
Bus. F. J. Charters Associates, 2011 Pack 

Building, Philadelphia 2, I*a. 
Iiuluslriiil Relations and Si»eciaJ Iuvestigatioi 

CHEKVER, DW1GHT M. (1941-48) 

K«s. 1058 Menlo Oaks Drive, Monlo Park, O; 
Bun. The L. Demartiui Co. 275 Braunau St., 

Francisco, Calif. 
Axst. Mgr., Nut Dept. 



ciiesher. i.uwis v. (i!iH!-;M>) 

Res. 2<Hi Stiver Fulls Street, Andalusia, Alabama 
Hum, Farmers Home Administration, Exainina- 

t.ion Division, F.S.D.A., 002 Farm Security 

Building, Montgomery, Aid. 
Investigator 

CHRIKTHNSON. 1'HIIJ-ir V. (1041-45) 

Res. ii!)7 North (itli West, I'ruvo, Utah 
Bus, 32 West Center St., I'rovo, Utah 
Attorney at Law 

CLARK, ALEXANDER M. {1042-40) 

Res. 3 Greeley ltd., Winchester, Mass. 

Bus. IIsilw and Dorr, 60 State Street, Boston !), 

Ma ss. 
Lawyer 

CLARK, RICHARD D. (1041-43) 

lies, 10 Smith Street, Seattle, Wash. 
Bus. Queen Anne High School, Seat! le, Wash- 
ington 
Football Coach 

CLARK, UOLLAN D. (1S1S-20) 

Res. 77-15-mtli Street, Forest Hills, L. I.. N. Y. 
Bus. IT. S. Dept. of State, Div, of Security & 
Investigations, Room 5012. General Post 
Office, 33rd St & Sth Ave., New York 1, 
N. V. 
Special Agent hi Charge 
(30) 



CLAR1'. VICTOR It. (1034-37) 

Res. 314 South Main SI., Akron, Ohio 

Bus. Sales Accounting Dept., Firestone Tire & 

Rubber Co., Akron 17, Ohio 
Manager 

CLAYTON, HYDE T. 1010 4(>) 

Ri-s. 2024 South Seventeenth East St.. Salt lake 

City 5, Utah 
Bus. Roekmont Envelope Company, 1414 First 

Security Bank Bldg., Salt Lake City 1, 

Utah 
Manufacturer's representative 

CLEAR Y, JOSEPH R. (1022-34) 

Res. 18 Taylor Street, Nashua, N. II. 
Investigator 

CLEMENT. FRANK G. (1042 43) 

Res. Parthenon Ct. Apt. C -2, 31st Avenue & 

Lour Blvd., Nashville. Tenn. 
Bus. 424-Thinl National Bank Bids., Nashville, 

Tenn. 
Attorney at Law 

CLINITE. ROBERT J. (15H2-4fi> 

Res. 810% W. 5|]i Street, Yankton, So. Dakota 
Bus. 202 W. 3rd Street, Yankton, South Dakota 
Owner — Coast to Coast Store 

CLINTON, GORDON S. (1942-44) 

Res. (1224 -38th Ave., N.E., Seattle ii. Washington 
Bus. (i()2 Comity City Building, Seattle 4, Wash- 
ington 
Deputy Prosecuting Atty for King County 

CLOTHIER. WM. J. 2d (1041-40) 
Res. Valley Forne. Pa. 

Bus. Yarnall & Co., 1~>2S Walnut Sheet, Philadel- 
phia 2, Pa. 
Registered Represent al ive 

COADY, EDWARD 3". (1942-47) 

Res. 4«<> O'-ean Ave., West Haven. Conn, 
Bus. Arnold College, Miiford, Conn. 
Business Manager 

(31) 



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COC1IUAN, BlWffll) ,,r„„ s (1935 

«"« o* K. d S l T°' 11K M * rk ' ! ' 

P „ , Ju.irsnaJi Square B]r] c o„„ 

IrnncJsco 2, Calif oltJ S-> fcan 

Regional Counsel 

COCHIUN, RONALD V. (1940-44) 
Res. 36 Eden Av „ ™„ t " ** J 

Boston, Mass CopIey-Pl aa;i Hotel. 

Bus. A SS ; , n j^T" K «" 8 «* t'Hy R. Mo. 

KansaV ofty ^S C<MlllU ' C ' 01 '* «<>«*■. 
Bus. 531 SenrHott HM.- i- . 
Lawyer *" Kai,8 " R L'ity 13. Mo. 

COLK, FBANK (1A25-30) 

lie, « T,,, g) ewyia« Ave., Bronxviile 8 N Y 

I.MS. 8^ John Street, N ew York 7 v Y 

COLE, JOHN J. dwjs.^, ' " X " 

R*'«. H Mio Park La,,,. St. L( ,ni, r 

ji,,s - ^ «*■ «w ouve Htri r 8 ; 

-Attorney nt Law 
COLEMAN. THOMAS L. i,^,, 

Res. ISO H„ ffB]0 8twfi ^ ai .^> iV> y 

tsns, Warsaw, N, T. 

Attorney 

Ros. Shawm,* Apartments, 2200-inth 
Washing} on !), D C 
Colla.Iay, ColLuiay & WaIlliw 
*™i, N.W., Washington 5, J 
'"'y at Law 



. Mo. 
Lotiis 



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COLLARD, E. BERT, JR. (1M2 4fn 
*- -f Blm. Leavenworth, KanL 
Una. Rirnos-Collard Motor Co *n, 

Leavenworth, Kansas 
Chevrolet Dealer 

(33) 



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COLLIER, WILLIAM A. (1935^ 

R-1005- 3G thAve., T US U ' os V Ah , 

COLLINS CHApiiv t, 

o, ^WAi-ijjJs E. (1942-441 

COLLrns, HAROLD J. (mi 

Bus. Enforcement bS'oJ" ^T' Md ' 

Trade, Tempo Tri^ Iu ^nationaI 
Chief, Do m ^cl^ i t c ^ , " t0,, ' JJ - ( '- 
C0L " N S, 8TAN J. (1938 . 40) 

£ rss :- *r y ^ * o M8 

land, Ohio ' "* Haaua Bld «- Cleve- 

Asst. District Sales Mgr, 

i C0 *™ N i£ < ? ALD j - (wu -«j 

«es. JH7 Bever Ave s w n t 

B««- 210 First Streot' « w" ?' " J 1 " 1 "* 18 - Iow » 

Attorney ' b ' W - C(!dar Rapids, Iowil 

CONDRY, JOSEPH P. (mz ,,, 
Res. 3703 VlrgiMa Stril r" h \ 
Bus. 318-MftI SrS CI,rk^ t011 ' We * Tn - 
Attorney ' LI ' irk ^"fg, West Va. 

COOTDRty, JAMBg R 

Res. 324 PrainV *,- ' 

cXo i? Ill °°" " 01 W " *«»»»'" Ave., 
Personnel 

C ° I £? I i RAYMOND C. ao 3 ,. 37) 

Conn se i lor at 1™'' Awa «e. Montrlair, N. J. 
(33) 



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CONNELLY, RICHARD J., JR. (1943-44) 

ReK. 374 Fultun Street, El mini, X. Y. 
[Uik. Police Dept., Elniiia, X. Y- 
LI. of L'oliew 

CONNOLLY. ELVIX «. (1040-4?,) 

Tie* 1344 Lake Street. Sim Francisco. LulH 
Bus. Industrial Accident Coinm., D(Bi MiaKiu.i 

Street. Snn Francisco, Calif. 
Attorney 

CONNOLLY. WILLIAM J. (1W2-1H) 

lies 1«(10 Hull Drive. San Carlos. ( alii. ^ 

B,i». (E3 Market Street, San Francisco ,., < nlif. 

Attorney jit Law 

CONNOR. THOMAS 3. (1031-35) 

Res 3r,-43-S4th St.. Jackson HeiEhtS. L. L . N- *• 
lills '. Wright Aeronautical Corp., Wood Rj<»se. 

X. J. 
Labor Relations Dept. 

CONRAD. OSCAR J.. IB. (1942-45) 

lies 4:1 Hill Drive Kiruwood -2, Mo, 

Bus. CmriMl. In,. 713 Spruce StvecL St. Loms, 

Mo. 
Treasurer 

COXROY, HOWARD K. ^'"J 4 *''' , T N v 

Ilea. 350 Burns Stwt, Forest Hills, L. I- N Y 
Bus. Security Bureau, Inc., 80 Broad Street, New 

York 4, N. Y. 
Executive Vice President 

CONUOY, J. ROBERT (l»23-2n> 

11,-s 801 Hotel Chnstleton, Washington, D. t. 

i:„V Veterans of Forcisn Wars of the Unite* 
States, 102(;-17i.li Street X.W., Welling- 
ton, IX c. 

Attorney 

COX ROY, MORSE J. (103T.-38) 

lies 238 Liberty Ave., New Roeholle, N. 1. 
Bus. Metropolitan Life Ins. Co., 1 Madison Ave 

Nnw York 10, N. Y. 
Iloiiii' Office Inspector 
(34) 



CONRY, J. JOSEPH (11)11-17) 

Res. 1103 East. Burlington St., Fairfield, Jovvu 
Bus. Skelgas Division, Skelly Oil Company 
District Representative 
CONSIDINE, DANIEL V. (1941-14) 

Res. 610 Ilinniiin, Fvanston, III. 
Bus. John T. Shayne, Inc., 150 N. Michigan 

Avenue, Chicago, 111. 
Vice President 
CONWAY. WILLIAM I. (1928-33) 

Res. 2106 S. Ouyhr Avenue, Berwyu, Illinois 
Bust Board of Trade Bldg., 141 West Jackson 

Blvd., Chicago 4, Illinois 
Lawyer 
CONYERS, RORKRT \V. (li)41-4fi) 

lies. 4;i18 Lorca Drive, Snn Diego, Calif. 
Bus. Davies, Bureli & Conyers, 700 Snn Diego 
Trust & Savings BJdg., 530 Broadway, San 
Diego 1, Calif, 
Attorney at Law 
COOK, DONALD D, (11)41 -IS) 

Res. 792 Kenwick ltd.. Coin minis. Oliiu 
Special Aft. National i'ul. of Fire lludwtrs. 
COOK, LEONARD J. 1042-45) 

Res. 1020 Wynnefield Terrace, Philadelphia 31. 

Pa. 
Bus. Shapiro, Conner, Rosenfe-ld & Stalkers. BilX) 
Market Street, National Bank Bids.. Mar- 
ket & Juniper Sts., Philadelphia 7, l'a. 
Lawyer 
COOMBS, EUGENE G. (1037-43) 

Res. 333 South Oliver St., Wichita, Kansas 

Bus. Coombs, Smith & Shay, 1)11 Beacon Rldg., 

Wiehita -. Kansas 
Attorney at Law 

COOMBS, E. WM., JR. (1940-45) 

Res. 1000 So. Barton Street, Apt. 592. Arlington, 

V«. 
Bus. Wiilard J. Marriott, 1231 Uplnir St.. N.W. 

Washington. D. C. 
Hot Shoppe Manager 
; (33) 



COONIN, HARHT (1929-34) 

Res. 1523 Park Road, Apt. 3, Washington, D. C. 
Bus. S. Knun Sons Co., 8th and Penn Ave. 

Washington, D. C. 
Asst. Controller 

COPELAND. MORTIMER (1041-45) 

Res. Box 271, PlattKtmrg, N. Y. 
Hiis. Copeland Oil Co., Inc., Lake Shore ltd. 

1*1(1 tt.sl)iirs:. N. Y. 
Attorney 

CORKIGAX, WII.1,IAM IT. (1940 47) 

Res. 1751 W. Xo. Shore Ave,, Cliii'sip;o 20, 111. 
Bus. Tucker Corp., 7401 S. Cicero, Chicago 29, 

III. 
Labor Relations Dopt. 

COST. JOHN A. (1940-46) 

Res. 1961 St. Francis Way, Sun Carlos, Calif. 
Bus, 220-3rd Avenue, San Mateo, Calif. 
Attorney at Law 

COSTELLO. HILARY W. (1934-46) 

lies. 6.16 D Street, N.E.. Washington, D. C. 

Bus. 503 Colorado I!uilding, 1341 O St., N.W., 

Washington 5, T>. C. 
Altorney nt Law 

COSTRLLO. WILLIAM A. (1942-4(1) 
Res. 77 Avon Street, Lawrence. Mass. 
Bus. Costello, Morun and Mahan, 31 Slate 

Street, Boston, Mass. 
Lawyer 

COTE. ALBERT H. (1942-45) 

Res. 3602 Ave. ,T„ Brooklyn. N. Y. 
Bus. 26 Pnrk Place, New York. N. Y. 
Manufacturers Representative 

('OTTER, PALL J. (1934-38) 

Res. 1(512 No. Pierce, Arlington, Va. 

Bus. Km. 913 Reconstruction Finance Corp., 711 

Vermont Ave., N.W., Washington, D. C. 
Counsel— Legal Division, RFC 

(3(5) 



COTJGHLIN, GERARD T. (1939-46) 

Res. 3440 Piedmont Drive, New Orleans 12, La. 
Bus, Standard Brands, 500 Nnfrhen Street, New 

Orleans 12, La. 
Coffee Buyer 

COTJLTHARD, G, WILLIAM (11)39-45) 

Res. 401 South 6th St.. Las Vegas, Nevada 
Bus. Suite 1, El Portal Building, Las Vegas, 

Nevada 
Attorney nt Baw 

COV1SLLA, PETER J. (1921-27) 

lies. 529-78th Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bus. Singer Sewing Machine Co., 149 Broadway, 

7th Floor, New York 6, N. Y. 
Investigator 



COWAN, RAYMOND H. (1943-44&1046-47) 

Res. 4S12 N. 8th Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Bus. Samuel Cowan & Sons. 410 North 

Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Luggage Manufacturer 



3rd 



COX, EDWARD J. (1941-45) 

Res. 2728 Midvale Ave., Los Angeles 34, Calif, 
Bus, War Assets Administration, Compliance 

Enforcement Div., 155 West Washington 

Blvd., Los Angeles 15, Calif. 
Asst. Regional Counsel 

COX, FELIX O. (1929-33) 

Res. 112 Maple Street, Decatur, fi a . 

Bus. Claims Bureau, Association of Casualty & 
Surety Companies. 702 Haas- Howell Build- 
ing, Atlanta 3, Ga. 

Special Agent 



fcOX, VIRGIL Q. (1942-45) 

Res. 24 Clark Avenue, Shelby, Ohio 

Bus. Shelby Mutual Casualty Company, 23 West 

Main Street, Shelby, Ohio 
Attorney 

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coxe, david u.. JR. (iri4i-4rj> 

Res. 1'. O. Box 1782, Wilmington, J ><--l:i . 

Bus. II. Albert Young, 401 Equitable Bldg., 

Wilmington, I_H;1ll 
Attorney 

CRANE, CARLYLE W. (1942-45) 

Ties. 102S Myrtle Avenue. Plniti fiold. N. T, 

Bus. Winnns, Crime & Crane, 203 Park Avenue 

1M;i infield, N. J. 
Lawyer 

CRANSTON, KENNETH C. (1942-40) 

Jlt-s. 1SU9 Waller, Portsmouth, Ohio 
11ns. City of Portsmouth, State of Ohio, Munici- 
pal Rldg., Portsmouth, Ohio 
Municipal Judge 

CRAVEN, JAMES L. (1925-34) 

Res*. 322 Exchange Place, New Orleans 10 



La. 



Bridgeport, 



CRAWFORD, WM. SCOTT, JR. (1940-45) 

Res. 1502 Tsabolla. Houston. Texas 
Bus. Caney Creek Lumber Co.. New Caney, Texas 
Lumberman 

CRHCAX. .1. O.ERARD (1930-40) 

Res. 35 t.VKMst Street. Flushing. L. T„ N. Y. 
Bus. 50 Broadway, New York (1, N. Y. 
\ttorney 

CREMIN. DANIEL J. JR. 0940-46) 

Re.«. 8li I'nrkway Drive, Stratford, Conn 
Bus. Room OOfi. 945 Main Strict 

Conn, 
Attorney 

CRISS, VERNON E. (1931-42) 

Res. 3504 Wilson Avenue, Oakland 2, Calif 

Bus. Veterans Administration, Branch 12, 180 

New Montgomery St.. San Francisco, Calit 

Chief Inspection & Investigation Div. 

CROCKER, MYRON D. (1940-4(1) 

Res. 515 Alameda Street, Chowchilla, Calif 
Bus, Lank of America Bldff.. Chowchilla, Calif. 
Lawyer 

(38) 



C RON IN, HER CERT J. (1935 41) 

Res. 51 Kenihvorth Road. Arlington 74, Mass. 
U. S. Government employee 

CRONIN, JAMES R. (1942 -43) 

Res. 500 West 130t.h St., New York, N. Y. 

Hus. Henry Pollak, Inc., 417-5t!i Ave., New York, 

N. Y. 
Asst. to Comptroller 

CROSBY, KENNETH M. (1939-4(1) 

Res. Culle 10, Reparto MiiMniar, Havana, Cuba 
Bus. Men ill Lynch, Pieree, I'Yuner & Le;uie, 

Apnrlado 400. Havana, Cuha 
Manager, Brokerage Office 

CEOW, FRED W„ JR. (1040-45) 
Res. Syracuse, Ohio 
litis. Court & Main, Pomeroy, Ohio 
Attorney at Law 

CROW, RICHARD E. (1941-17) 

Res. 1007 Santa Clara, Alameda, Calif. 

IJus. Hildebraud, Rills & MeLood, 1212 Broad - 

vvay. Oakland 12, Calif. 
Attorney at Law 

CROW, WALTER A. (1941-45) 

Res. 7S4 Berkshire Road, Crosse Pointe Park 30, 
Mich. 

Bus. The J. I,. Hudson Company, 1200 Wood- 
ward Avenue, Detroit 20, Michigan 

Assst. to the General Manager 

CROWL, ARTHUR FL (1932-45} 

Res. 3217155th Street, Flushing. N. Y. 
Bus. RCA Victor Division, Camden, N. ,T. 
Field Security Officer 

CRUISE, BENEDICT P. (1934-45) 
Res. 413 W. 5th St., Hays, Kansas 
Bus. Haney & Cruise, 112 E. 12th Street, Hays, 

Kansas 
Lawyer 

(39) 



CULUNAN, PAUL IJ. (1941-46) 

lies. 27 Nash Lane, Apt. 2, Bridgeport 5, Conn. 
Bus. Ciilllnan & Cullman, Attys at Law, 1115 

Main Street, Bridgeport 5, Conn. 
Attorney at Law 

CUNNINGHAM, PAUL Y. (1940-46) | 

Res. 1827 Palm Blvd., Brownsville, Texas 
Bus. Faulk. Sharpe & Cunningham, 418 S. B. 

12th St., Brownsville, Texas 
Attorney 

CUQUET, FERNANDO .7.. JR. (1041-45) 

Res. t(5in Mirabe.au Avenue, New Orleans, La. 
Hus. Kclil & CiiQuet, 417 Carondelet Bldg., New 

Orleans, La. 
Atorney at Law— Notary Public 

CURRAN. WILLIAM R. (1941-40) 

Res. 231 Tromont Street, Maustoti, Wisconsin 
Bus. Curran & Curran, 111 Oak Street, Mansion. 

Wisconsin 
Attorney 

CCRTIS, BALE R. (1941-4, r >) 

Res. 2(\m Al.len Street, Salt Lake City 6, Utah 
Bus. Curtis Coal Co., 2210 Highland Drive, Suit 

Lake City 6, Utah 
Manager 

CURTIS, PAUL M. (1942-44) 

Res. 411 Rose Ave., Mill Valley, Calif. 

Bus. Room 310, 1182 Market Street, San Fran- 

cise.o, Calif. 
Special Alien t 

CCSIIING, BRN1CST R. (1928-31) 

Res. 2G55 Polk Street, Apt. 603, San Francisco 9, 

Calif. 
Bus. Office of Regional Counsel, Real Property 
Disposal, W.A.A., 1000 deary Street, San 
Francisco 9, Cnlif. 
Attorney 

<40) 



CUSICK, RAY J. (1025-23) 

Res 1550 Bellwood Road, San Marino 9, Calif. 
Bui Cass & Johansing, 323 West fitli Street, Los 

Anglos 13, Calif. 
Attorney 
CUTHBERTSON, W. CARROLL (1939 45) 
ReB. 8322 S. Wabash, Chicago 19, 111. 
Bus. Chicago Crime Commission, 79 W. Monroe 

Street, Chicago, 111. 
Investigator 
CUTLER, HERBERT S. (1936-42) 

Res. 914 Friscoville Ave., Arabi, Louisiana 
Bus. 417 Canal Bldg., New Orleans, La. 
Title Abstracts 

CUTTINO, CHARLES L. (1929-33) 

Res. 10 CorbetL Street, Snmtcr, S. C. 
Bus. 6 Law Range, Sumter. S. C. 
Attorney— Farmer Legislator 

D 

D ALNESS, EARL M. (1943-47) 

Res 7648 Magnolia Ave., Riverside, Calif. 
Bus. Brown & Bigelow, 3723 Wilshire Blvd., Los 

Angeles 5, Calif. 
District Sales Representative 

DAMPEER, JOHN L. (1942-45) 

Res. 3176 Sycamore Road, Cleveland Hgts, 18, 

Ohio 
Bus. Thompson, Hine and Flory, 1122 Guardian 

Building, Cleveland 14, Ohio 
Attorney 
DANIELSON, GEORGE E. (1939-44) 

Res. 623 West 5th Street, Los Angeles 13. Calif. 
Bus. P. O. Box 3223, Los Angeles S3, Calif. 
Lawyer 

D'ANNA, SAMUEL, JR. (1943-45) 

Res. 302 Innisfail Drive, Webster Groves, Mo. 
Bus. New Amsterdam Casualty Company, 1040 

Pierce Bldg., St. Louis 2, Mo. 
Claims Manager and Attorney 
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DANNENRERO, WILLIAM C. (1 008-12) 

Res. 401 Fullerton Parkway, Chicago 14, III. 
Bos. Ill West Monroe St., Suite 1110, Chicago 3, 

HI. 
Civil & Crimiiinl Investigator & Vict 1 President, 

Armored Express Corp. 

DANNER, IIARLAND F. (1941-45) 

Res. 807 S. Division St., Ann Arbor, Michigan 
Bus. % Mene Grande Oil Co., Apartndo 709, 

Caracas, Venezuela, 
Industrial Iterations Representative 

DANNER, RICHARD G. (l!W(i-4«) 

Ret;. 2485 Trapp Avenue, Miami, Flit, 
Bus. City Hall, Miami, Fla. 
City Manager, City of Minmi 

DANNEVIK. WM. C, JR. (1940-47) 

Res. 7<>42 Oak Street, Kansas City, Mo, 

Bus, Riss & Company, Inc., fllli & Burlington. 

No. Kansas City, Mo. 
Attorney 

DARLING, ROY A. (1910-27) 

Res. Darling Manor. Big Rnpiils. Mi. b. 
Commander, V. S. Navy (Rttt) 

DAVENPORT, JOHN M. (1042-46) 

Ros. 2012 University Ave., Madison, Wisconsin 
Bus. Ray-O-Vnc Company, 212 E, Washington 

Ave., Madison, Wise. 
Foreign 

DAVIDSON, ALEX C, JR. (1041-40) 

Res. 31012 Walker Road. Buy Village. Ohio 
lias. American Steel & Wire Co., 1072 Rockefel- 
ler Bids.. Cleveland 13, Ohio 
Industrial Relations 

DAVIS, GORDON W. (1942-43) 

Res. 409 N. 8th Street. Laramie, Wyoming 

Una. Parker & Davis, Albany National Bank, 

Box 0^4, Laramie, Wyoming 
Attorney 

(42) 



DAVIS HARRY M (1935-45) 

lies. 130 E. Thach Ave., Auburn, Ala. 
Bus. Auburn Alumni Association, Alabama 
Polytechnic Inst., Textile Bids-API, Au- 
burn, Ala. 
Executive Secretary 

DAVIS, JOHN L. (1940-4!)) 

Res. 87 Washington Ave., HastingS-on-Hudson, 

N. Y. 
Bus. Iflrwin, Wasey & Company, Inc., 420 Lexing- 
ton Avenue, New York, N. Y. 
Assistant Treasurer 

DAVIS, MORTIMER J. (1917-25) 

Res. 73-20-Austin Street, Forest Hills, N. T. 
Bus. New York Credit Men's Assoc, 354 Fourth 

Avenue, New York 10, N. Y, 
Executive Manager and Secretary 

DAVIS, ROY W. (1942-48) 

Res. 3806 r.irkview Ave., Richmond 22, Va. 
Bus. % Reynolds Metals Company, 301 E. Grace 

St., Richmond 10, Va. 
Accountant. 

DAVIS, THOMAS O. (1942-47) 

Res. fi20 Coventry Road. Decatur, Oil. 

Bus. 203 Masonic Temple Bldg., Decatur, (la. 

Attorney at Law 

DEAN, JOSEPH E. (1941-47) 

Res. 4073 North Downer Avenue, Milwaukee 11, 
Wise. 

Bus, Allis-Chalmers Mfg. Co,, Milwaukee 1, Wis- 
consin 

Attorney — Labor Relations 

DEAN, WARREN L. (1942-40) 

Res. 906 North IS St., Indianoln, Iowa 
Bus. U. S. Dept. of State, Washington, D. C. 
Foreign Service Officer 
(43) 



I>E Itl.'SK, MANUKL C. (1942-4J) 

Res. f>S03 Mockingbird Lane, Dallas fi, Texas 
Bus. 310 Boulevard lildg., Dallas 1. Texas 
Attorney at Law 

I'KCKKltT. HARRY C. (l!M2-4«) 

Res. HI 22 Tcasdalc Ave. St. Louis 5, Mo. 
Bus. 1S21 Lucas Ave., St. Louis 3, Mo. 
Vice Pres., St. Louis Candle & Wax C». 

DEEGAN, WILLIAM 1*. (1943-45) 

Res. 2930 Allen Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 

IJils. Association of Casualty & Surety Cos.. 104(1 

Cotton Belt Bids., St. Louis, Mo. 
Special Agent 

DEERE, A. T. (1934-41) 

Res. 1423 W. Fourth. Frccport. Texas 

Bus. The Dow Chemical Company, Texas Divt 

si on, Free-port, Texas 
General Siipt. of Plant Protection 

HIS FRANCO, JOSEPH F. (1940-43) 

Res. 4429 New Ilnmpsliire St.., S;iii Diego S.Calif, 
Bus. 110 Sntter St., San Francisco 4, Calif., 

P. A. Internal Intelligence Div.. Washing' 

too, D. C. 
Specinl Representative 

DELAHANTY, THOMAS E. (1041-44) 
Res. 158 College Street, Levriston, Maine 
Bus. 103 Park St.. Lewiston. Maine 
A sat. County Attorney — Atty. at Law 

DE LISIO. LEONARD T. (1030-43) 

Res. 1423 Sheridan St., N.W., Apt. C-2, Washing- 
ton 11, D. C. 

Bus. War Assets Administration. Tempo ,T Bldg. 

Washington 11, D. C. 
Special Agent 

DELLWO, ROBERT D. (1042-48) 

Res. 10410 E. Allil. Opportunity. Wash. 
Bus. 810 Old National Bank, Spokane, Wash. 
Lawyer 

(44) 



DE LONG, CHARLES P., JR. (1941-45) 
Res. 75 Waverly Ave., Tuckahoe, N. Y. 
Bus. Goldsmith's Boat Shops, Inc., Southold, L. 

I., N. Y. 
Vice President and Secretary 

DEXCE, WALTER E. (1934-46) 

Res. 2949 S. W. 12tk St., Miami, Florida 

Ens, Murrell. Fleming & Flowers, 121S DuPont 

BIdilf., Miami, Florida 
Attorney 

DENNY, JOHN L. (1930-32) 

Rt>s- oll« Wulnnl. Si., Huntington Park, Calif. 
Bus. City Attorney, City of Los Angeles, City 

Hall, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Attorney 

DBPLER. G. WILLIAM (1942-44) 

Res. 20 High School Avenue, Shelby, Ohio 
Bus, First National Bank BIdg., Shelby, Ohio 
Lawyer 

HEVEREUX, WALTER J. (1930-42) 

ReB. 4433 Monroe Street, Chicago 24, 111. 
Bus, Chicago Crime Commission, TO West Mon- 
roe Street. Rm. 300, Chicago 3, Illinois 
Cliief Investigator 

I>E VINE, EDMOND F. (1941-43) 

Res. 2023 Seneca Avenue, Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Bus. Prosecuting Attorney, Washtenaw Co. and 
DeVine & DeVine, 106 N. 4th Ave., Ann 
Arbor, Mich, 
Lawyer 

DEVINE, EDWARD D., JR. (1942-46) 

Res. 0210 Everts Ave., Detroit 24, Mich. 
Bus. Devine, Kent & Devine, 1419 Majestic Bldg. 

Detroit 26, Michigan 
Attorney at Law 

(13) 



DEV1XE, SAM L. (1040-j.i) 

Res. 275 N. Stan wood Rd., Columbus <>, Ohio 
Hub. llannltou & Kramer Law Offices. H.nitiu-. 

<»., K,M lk h,,,,,. 17 S(Hirh „ , u K|n ,; 

'■oluuibufi jy, Ohio 
Attorney itt Law 

DEVIN. JOHN 11. (1040-47) 

Res. 63 IV:ir] Drive, I'itl Nburgli >7 ]■■, 

li"«. Room, 111, Allegheny County r , llir 'r' Horn- 

1'ittsbnrgh 19, p a . 
Rail Estate Deputy-Sheriffs Office Pgh. 
Also practicing Jaw, 

DEWEY, ORVILLE C. 

Res. 409 Droxol Avenue, Glencoe, Illinois 
DICK, ROBERT W. (1927-31) 

R"h. 3 Bellcview Terrace, Wert Orange k ^ 

Bus. Association of Comity & Surety Co..,' 60 
John Street, New York 7, N y ■ 

Attorney 

DICKERSON, MILTON' B. (1<>42-4fi) 

Res. 10!) Abbot Hall, Michigan St,,te Colle-e 

hast Lansing, Michigan 
TS"«. Michigan State College. Rllsillf , ss Alllllll|fs . 

trndon Dept., East Lansing Michigan 
akh(. I roti>ssor--IJii S i]i(. S s Law 

DICKEY, CHARLES D., JR. (1942-43) 

Res. Radnor & Newtown Rds Ithnn p., 
Bus. Scott Paper C o„ Chester, Pa 
Salesman 

DICKSON, HORART I,, JH . (1942-47) 

R<«. 1224 South Xantlnis, Tulsa Okla 
"us. 421 East Kith st, Tulsa. Okla 
Co Owner— Clicquot Club Bottling Co. 

DICKSON, WILLIAM C. (1033-40) 

Res. 734 East 26th Street, Pater son 4 N J 

I-is. Wright Aeronautical Corp., Wood-Ridge, 

Accountant 

(46) 



DICKSTKIN, ABRAHAM (1934-44) 

Res. 250 West 94 Street, New York ^ N Y 
Bus. Dunbnry Clothe. Inc., 130 Fifth Avenue 

Xew York 11, N. Y. 
Sales Manager 

DTEMER, EDWARD E. (1930-37) 

Res. R04 Olendale Rd.. Webster droves 10 Mo 
Bus. Associated Industries of Missouri "004 
Railway Exchange Dhlg., st Louis 1, Mo 
Director of Research 

DIERST, GLENN V. (1935-40) 

Res. 1215-152 Ave.. S. W„ Seattle 6(5. Washington 
Bus. Boeing Airplane Company, Seattle, Wash 
Plant Protection Manager 

IMETZ. HENRY A, (VXl-l-M) 

Res. 1650 Kenneth Way, Pasadena 3, Calif 
Bus. State of California, Attorney General, mo 

State Bldg., Los Angeles 12, Calif 
Deputy Attorney General 

IUBT2, J. THOMAS 0041-45) 

Res. 23 Corlies Avenue, roughkecpsie. X Y 
- Hub. 54 Market Street, Poughkeepsie X Y 
Attorney 

DILLON, JAMES W. ( 11)12-23) 

Res. 494 Imtes Road. Wood-Ridge N J 

Bus. Ciavath, Swaiue & Moore, 15 Broad Street 

New York 5, N. Y. 
Secretary 

DILLON, JOHN R. (1914-1S) 

Res. 2107 Oakdale Rd„ Cleveland His. 18 Ohio 
Bus. American Steel & Wire Co., 670 Rockefeller 

Bldg.. 614 Superior Ave.. N. W Clove) -t ml 

13, Ohio 



(1942-40) 
Road, Wellcslev 



Hills, 82, 



DINGWALL, JOHN F, 
Res. 14 Plymouth 

Mass. 

Bus. Management Consultants, Inc., 161 Devon- 
shire Street, Room 516, Boston, Mass 
Investigative Consultants 

(47) 




DISTELIiORST, EDWARD J. (1042-46) 

lies. 391-20th St., S.E., Cedar Rapids, Iowa 
Bus. Union Automobile Indemnity Assoc, 391- 

20th St., S. E„ Cedar Rapids, Iowa 
District Claim Manager 

DITTOE, WILLIAM E. (1042-47) 

Ilea 3565 Fillmore Ave., Apt. 303, San Francisco, 

Calif. 
IJus. Western Crown Cork & Seal Corp., 1301 

Potrero Avenue, San Francisco, Calif 
Sales 

DIXON, EIUVAKD C. (1934-43) 

lies. 2210 Maple Ave., Evanston, 111. 

IJus. Investigators, Inc., 200 So. La Salle Street, 

Chicago 4, 111. 
Investigator— Accountant 

DIXON. EUGENE D. (1030-43) 

Res. 04 So. Murin Ave., East Orange, N. J. 
IJus. Irvine Trust Co., 233 Broadway, New York 

X. Y. 
Officer's Assistant 



1JUDD, THOMAS 

Res. Lebanon, Conn. 
Bus. Felgriff, Tlodd, 
Capitol Avenue, 
Attorney 



Bluinelifeld & Xair. 
Hartford 6, Conn. 



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DODGE, DON W, (1042-4fi) 

Res. 1414 Uever Ave., S.E., Cedar Rapids. Iowa 
Bus. Tnwin, Simmons, Perrine & Albright, 1215 
Mereliants Natl. Dank Bldg., Cedar" Rapids, 
Iowa 
Attorney 

DODGE, JOSEPH C. (1042-44) 

Ilea. 11(1 East 73rd Street, Kansas City, Mo. 
Bus. Old American Insurance Co., One West 

Ninth Street, Kansas City, Mo. 
Claims Manager 

(48) 



DOHERTY, FRANK W. (1942-46) 

Res. 4304 Chevy Chase Drive, La Canada, Cali- 
fornia 

Bus. 717 Title Insurance Bldg., 433 S. Spring 
Street, Los Angeles 13, Calif. 

Attorney at Law 

DOLAN, HENRY P. (1933-36) 

Res. 40-36-202ii d Street, Ray side, L. I., N. Y. 
Bus. Wright Aero Corp., Wood Ridge, N. J. 
Treasurer — Controller 

DOLAN, JAMES W. <1942-4ti) 

Res. 450 Columbia Street, Colioes, New York 
Bus. War Assets Administration, Compliance 
Enforcement Div., VYatervliet Arsenal, 
Albany, N. Y. 
Attorney 

DOLE, GEORGE V. (1941-46) 

Res. 409 W. Madison St., Paris, Illinois 
Bus. Moore & Dole Attorneys, Old Edgar Coun- 
ty Bank Bldg., Paris, III. 
Attorney 

DOLHOF, ROBERT B. (194L46) 

Res. 201 Willow Avenue, Joliet, 111. 

Bus. American Institute of Laundering, South 

Chicago Avenue, Joliet, 111. 
Training Director 

DONAGHUE, FRANK J. (1933-39) 

-Res. 230 Montclair Ave., Wellington Heights, 

West View. Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Bus. National Supply Co., 1400 Grant Bldg 

Pittsburgh 30, Pa, 
Director, Industrial Relations Div. 

DONAHUE, FRANK R., JR. (1942-40) 

Res. 115 W. Tulpehoeken St., Philadelphia 44, Pa 
Bus. Donahue. Irwin & Gest, 2318 Packard Bldg.,' 

15th & Chestnut St., Philadelphia 2, Pa. 
Attorney 

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DONALDSON, WILLIAM H. K. (1942-46) 
Res. 25 N.E. 87th Street, Miami, Florida 
Bus. 221 Slioreland Arcade Bldg., Miami 32, Flor- 
ida 
Attorney at Law 

DONNELLY. WILLIAM R (1(11^-45) 

Res, 101 So. Norwinden Drive, Springiie.ld. Pa 
Bus. Arthur Andersen & Co., 11 1 So. 17th Street 
Philadelphia. 3, Pa. ' 

Public Aecouniant 

DONOVAN, EDWIN J. (1.941-43) 

Res. 12 Wright Street, Cambridge 38, Mass 
Bus. Office of The Housing Expediter, Office of 
Kent Controls, 55 Tremont Street, Boston, 
Mass. 
Lawyer 

DONOVAN, JOHN M. (1942 45) 

Res. 1405 Vermilion Road, Duluth 5, Minn. 
Bus. MeOabe, Gruber, Clure, Donovan & Crasg 
welter, 70CI Torrey Building, Duluth 2, Minn 
A1 f orncy 

DORE, ROBERT M. (1041-45) 

Res. ](}!> St in l ford Road, Hrookljn IS, N. Y. 
Bum. Shappe- Wilkes, Inc., 215 Fourth Ave New 

York 3, N. Y. 
Account Executive — Advertising Agency 
DOWD, EDWARD L. (1942-4(5) 

IU'K. 51 IS Jiiniieson Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 
Bus .722 Chestnut Street, St. Louis, Mo. 
Attorney— Privale Investigations 
DOWELL, HAMILTON C. (1040-45) 

Res. 1S22 McGilvrn Blvd., Seattle 2, Wash. 
Bus. 522 Peoples Hank Bldg., Seattle 1. Wash- 
ington 
Broker 

DOYLE, GEORGE P. (1942-46) 

Res. li)3o N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, Ind. 
V,w. 1100 Hume Mansur Bldg., Indianapolis, 

Indiana 
Attorney at Law 

(50) 



DOYLE, WILLIAM H. (1038-43) 

Res. 26 West Silver Street, Middletowii, Conn 
Bus L. S. Dcpt of State, Washington, D. c. 
L.I.G. 

DRAPER, ERNEST M. (1!M2-J5) 

RfS. 78 Eighth Avenue, Brooklyn 15 N Y 
Bus. Wildriek and Miller, Inc., im v \ tn ; .^' 

New York 20, N, Y. 
Account Executive 

DREHER, ROBERT H. (1940-45) 

Kes. m La Salle Avenue, Piedmont 11 Calif 
Bua. 501 Bank of Commerce Bldg. Oiiklimi r> 
Calif. v.uvi.nKi !_, 

Atorney and Counsellor at Law 
imiSCOLL. CLEMENT J. (1941-40) 

^ Tin C, ' a " <Jo " Av "' {A,,t 3,MI) CM ™P" 

Bus. Armour and Company. Law Dopt u S 
Yards, Chicago 9, 111. ' " 

Attorney 

DRURY, JOHN B. (1930-40) 

Res, 111 Jackson Ave., Schenectady 4 N Y 
Attorney * ' ' 

DUFFEY, HORACE R. (1034-4R) 

Res. 312 East College Ave., Waukesha, Wisconsin 
DUFFY, FRED B. (1(142-45) 

Rea 3637 N.E. Hohnan, Portland 11, Oregon 

Bus. Parker * Duffy, fll6 Yeou 1Jlfl / 
% Oregon 

Attorney 

DUFFY, IRA W. (1934-42) 

Res. 2000 Lincoln Park West, Chicago 111 
Bus. 6415 N. Raveuswooa Ave., ^ i'll 
Manager Wire Mill Div., Permo I„r. 

DUCGAN, C. STANLEY (1034-371 

Res. 610 Belmont Ave., Chicago 11] 

JSJ^t 3 ^ la,,,roi,d ™ K ™^-^v.- 

(51) 






DUGGAN, EDWARD J. (1942 46) 

Res. 12 Ilinekloy Street, Dorchester 25, Mass. 
Bus. Lyne, Woohvorth & Evarts, 75 Federal 

Street, Boston 10, Mass. 
Lawyer 

DUKE. L. CHARLES (1926-30) 

Res. Gmssyhih" Road, Old Lyme, Conn. 

Rns. U. S. Government, Room 82M, 120 Will] 

Street, New York 5, N, y. 
Investigator 

DUNCAN. CHARLES M. (15)40-441 

Res. Veterans Administration Crater, Wilshini 

& Sawtelle Blvds., Los Angeles 25, Cal. 
Executive Officer — Hospital 

DUN LA I*, ROISERT B. (l»41-4ii) 

Rew. Route Three, Caldwell, Idaho 
I!us. IMnilap ■& Duulap, 014 Main SI reel. Cald- 
well, Idaho 
Lawyer 

DCNLOI', JAMES R. (l!)35-4f>) 

Res. 4fi2S Sedffwiek Street, N.W.. Washington 1(1, 

D. (\ 
Bus. 932 D St., N.W., Washington 4, I>. C. 
Ph cil oLrs'apliu; Specialist 

mixx, josei'tt e. i*. (lms-sfi) 

Res. 111!) South Highland Ave.., Los Angeles 35. 

Calif. 
Bus. nuiin Bureau of Investigation, '*525 West 

7th Street Los Angeles 5, Calif. 
General and Indus-trial Investigations 

DUNN, WILLIAM E., JR. (1010-25) 

Res. Jade Street. (P. O. Box 7o7) Oakdale, L. I., 

N. Y. 
Retired 



DUNNE, WILLIAM D. (1840 40) 

Res. 200 Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn 5, N. Y. 
Hus. 271 Madison Avenue, New York 10, N. Y, 
Lawyer 

(52) 



DUNPHY, EDWIN P. (1942-45) 

Res. W Washington Ave., Northampton, Mass 
Bus. Stevens, Dunphy & Brown, 7S Main Street 

Northampton, Mass. 
Attorney at Law 

DUPUIS, PATRICK H. U922-23) 

Res. 108 Court Street. New Bedford, Mass 
Bug 226 Ash Street. New Bedford, Mass, ' 
Sheriff of Bristol County 

DURBIN, WILLIAM A (1942-45) 

Res. 4310 Waver! y Street, Detroit 4, Michigan 
.Biw. Ivy Lee & T. J. Ross, 6071 Second Avenue 

Detroit 32, Michigan 
Public Relations Counsel 

DWYER, DANIEL P. (1922-28) 

Res. 00 North Broadway, Tarrytown N Y 
Bus. The Pullman Co., Grand Central Terminal 

New York 17, N, Y. 
Inspector— Special Service Dept. 

DWYER, JAMES B.. JR. (1941-44) 
Ree. 3520 Beech St, Erie, Pa. 
Bus. English, Qiunn, Leemhuis & Plate, 1415 « 

Daniel Baldwin Bldg,, Erie, Pa. 
Attorney at Law 



DYE, PAUL (1942-44) 

Res. 21 S. E. 9th Avenue, Ft. Lauderdale, Kin 
Bus. 101 N.E. 1st Street, Ft. Lauderdale, Fin 
Real Estate 



DYGERT, ROBERT W, (1943-45) 

Res. 4713 Clinton Avenue, Minneapolis 9, Minn 
Bus. Stinchfield, Mncknll. Crounse & Moore, 1100 
First National-Soo Line Rldg., Minn. ' 
2, Minn. 
Lawyer 



leapolis 



(53) 



MAKES, WILUAM S. (1940-47) 

Res. 1«3 K;ist ISth Ktive.t, Durango, Colo. 
Bus. Hakes it Fakes. Uox 235, Duranjro, Colo, 
Lawyer 



EAHHART, WAUItEN S. (1941-45) 

Ken, 1902 Son I h Seventh Street Iroiiton 
Bus. 203 First National Bank I'.l<l;r.. 

Ohio 
Attorney 



Ohio 
Irnutoii, 



EBEKLB, CIIAKLES E. (1.043-45) 

Res. 1425 MeCausland Ave., St. Louis IT. Mo.' 
Bus. New England Mutual Life Ins. Co., 830 

Roahnens Bank Bidg., 314 Xii. Broadway, 

St. Louis 2, Mo. 
Life Insurance 

ECHLIN, LEWIS H. (.1940-44) 

Res. 445 Moran Rd., Grosse Pointe Farms 30, 

Michigan 
Bus. 3000 Schacfer Rd„ Dearborn, Michigan 
Ford Motor Company 



EILPERIN, LOUIS (1022-27) 

lies. 135 Eastern Parkway Brooklyn 17 
ltd a. 44 Court Street, Brooklyn 2, N. Y 
Treasurer 



N, X. 



RKEGREN, WALDO A. (1042-43) 

Res, 1fi-flt.h Street, W., Havre. Montana 
Bus. Railroad & Public Service Comm., State 
Capitol, Railroad Comm., Helena, Montana 
Auditor 



ELLEDGE, LEON W. (1942-45) 

Res. 1984 Sylvan Avenue, Salt Lake City 5, Utah 
Bus. Petty Motor, Inc., 909 E. 21st South, Salt 

Lake City 5, Utah 
Vice President 

ELLEEIN, MILTON (1934-46) 

Res. 150 Main Street, Norwalk, Conn. 

Bus. 97 Washington Street, South Norwalk, Conn. 

199 Main Street, White Plains, X. Y. 
Private Investigator 

ELLSWORTH, CHARLES W., JR. (1940-45) 

Res. 44 Thompson Place, Lynbrook, L. I„ N. Y. 
Bus. 1338 Bushwick Ave., Brooklyn 7, N. Y 
Attorney at Law 

BLMQUIST, CHARLES E. (1942-45) 

Res. 737 Cherokee Ave., Des Moines 10, Iowa 
Bus. Iowa Casket Company, 510 E. Walnut, Des 

Moines 9, Iowa 
President 

ENDICOTT, EUGENE F. (1942-45) 
Res. 73 Leavitt St., Hirigham, Mass 
Bus. 80 Federal Street, Boston 10, Mass 
Attorney 

ENDRES, CARLTON J. (1931-38) 

Res. 2815 Van Ness Ave.. Apt. S, Kan Francisco 9 

Calif. 
Bus. II. S. Navy— District Intelligence Officer 
.12th Naval District, Federal Office uidg.! 
Room 351, San Francisco 2, Calif 
Agent 



ELICII. JOHN F. (1937-44) 

Res. 414 13, 52nd Street, New York 22, N. Y 
Bus. Sporry Gyroscope Co., Division of Sporry 

Corp., Great Neck, L. I., N, Y. 
Security Director 

(54) 



BRCK. MARTIN N. (1940-43) 

Res. 1007 Gold field St., Long Reach 7. Calif 
B.US. Jergins Oil Co., 1000 Jerkins Trust Bid" 

Long Beach 2, Calif, 
Attorney 

•ERICH, CARL D. (1942-45) 

Res. 8 Dogwood Drive, West Orange, X, J. 
Bus. General Foods Corp.. 250 Park Avenue. New 
York 17, X. Y. 

(66) 



t 



■I 



ERSK1NE, ROBERT A. (11)42-16) 

Res, 10080 W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles 25, 
Calif. 

Bus. Chevrolet Motor Div., 714 W. Olympic 
Blvd., Room 1012, Los Angeles 15, Calif. 

Automobiles 

Bus. Bob Erskine's Sport Shop, 1515 No. Ver- 
mont, Los Angeles 4, Calif. 

Sporting Goods 

1CKW1N. WILFRED H. (19-10-45) 

Res. 422 West Clinton St., Howell, Mich. 
Bus. 110 North Michigan Ave., Howell, Michi- 
gan 
Attorney at Law 

ESOLA. FPEDHRICK L. 

Bus. 772 Monterey Blvd., Sun Francisco 16, Calif. 

ESPINOSA, J. R. (1925-34) 

Res. 853 Sheridan Rd.. Wilmetle, 111. 
Bus. Bureau of the Public Debt., Treas. Dept 
Room 304 Mdse Mart, Chicago, 111. 

EVANS, JOSEPH W. 11943-45) 

lies. ;{.S[7 W. Biddison, Ft. Worth 4, Texas 
Liis. Free &. Peters, Inc., 400 W. 7th, Fort Wort! 

2, Texas 
Manager 

KVBEAR1), WILLIAM S. (1042-47) 

lies. 13560 Northlnwn Avenue, Detroit 4, Michi- 
gan 

litis. Advertising Specialties Company, '248, 
Woodward Ave., Detroit 1, Mich, 

Advertising 



FAIR, CHARLES D. 
Res. Louisville, Miss 
Attorney 



F 

(1042-44) 
(06) 



FAIR, WILLIAM \\\, JR. (1042-44) 

Res. 5025 Stouegate Road, Dallas, Texas 
Bus. 1215 Main Street, Dallas, Texas 
Partner — Hexter Title & Abst Co. 

FALYEY, FRANKLIN P. (1920-32) 

Res. 1089 Navarro Ave., Pasadena 3, Calif. 

Bus. Rexall Drug Company, S190 Beverly Blvd., 

Los Angeles 3(3, Calif. 
Regional Manager, Special Services Department 

FARLEY, JOHN J. (1942-45) 

Res. 4302 Floral Avenue, Norwood 12, Ohio 
Bus. Davis & Farley, 18 E. 4(li Street, Cincin- 
nati 2, Ohio 
Attorney at Law 

FARLEY, JOSEPH II. (1934-30) 

Res. 7043 S. Vernon Ave., Chicago 19, 111. 

Hus, Veterans Administration, 3fifi W. Adams St., 

Chicago, Illinois 
Artorney 

FAltltELL, HRYAN (1034-38) 

Res. Hudson Vit-vv Gardens Apt. C-45, 183rd St. 

& Pinchnrst Ave., New York 33, N. Y. 
Bus. War Assets Administration, 40 Wall Street, 

New York, N. Y. 
Special Agent 



FARRELL, FRANK A. (1041-44) 

lies. 102 East Amherst Street, Buffalo 14, 
Bus. 877-S83 Ellieott fin. ti are, Buffalo 3, N. 
Attorney -Investigator 



FARRELL, RAYMOND F. (1931-33) 

Res. York Apts., 532-20th Street, N.W., Wash- 
in gon, D. C. 

Bus. T. S. Dept. of Justice, Immigration & Nat- 
uralization Service, 19th & East Capital, 
N.E., Washington, D. C. 

Special Asst. to the Commissioner 

(Si) 



FAULKNER, JOHN <)., JR. (1911-45) 
Res. 2703 Couestoga, Louisville 10, Ky. 
Bus. North American Investigation Service, Inc., 

921 Kentucky Home Lift Uldg., Louisville 

2, Ky. 
Investigator 



FAY, FRANCIS X. (1922-35) 
Res. P. O. Box 228, Rowayton, 
Bus. R. II. Miiey & Co., Inc. 

New York, N Y. 
Executive 



Conn. 

, Herald Square, 



FELLOWES, RUSSELL J. (1917-10) 

Res. The Envoy Apartment Hotel. Apt. 401, 5633 
N. Kenmore Ave., Chieago -JO, III. 



FERGUSON, BOB 
Res. Jolon, Cnlif. 
Rancher 



(1018-23) 



FERGUSON, THOMAS 8. (1042-46) 

Res. 1317 East 25th St., Oakland 6. Tnlif. 

Bus. Brown, Smith & Ferguson, 1305 Franklin 

Street, Oakland 11, Calif. 
Attorney at Law 
Investigator 

FERRIN, S. PAUL (1939-47) 
Res. 123 Broadway, Peoria, 111. 
Bus. 1203 First National Bank Bldg., Peoria, III, 
Attorney at Law 



FICKLEN, CONTEE S. (1018-28) 

Res. 1108 North Garfield, Arlington 

Clarendon, Va. 
Bus. National Savings and Trust Co., 

N. Y. Avenue, Washington, D, C. 
Lawyer — Trust Dopt. 

FILTER, PATRICK S. (1042-44) 

Res. 7034 S. Miirshfleld Ave., Chicago 20, 
Bus. Castle, Brintlinger & Carey, 111 W 

ington St., Chicago 2, III. 
Attorney 



County, 



111. 

. Wash- 



FINDL1NG, O. EARL (1942-47) 

Res. 2020 South Ninth St., Alhambra, Calif. 
Manufacturers' Representative 

FINK, HERBERT (1920-31) 

Res. 2002 Norfolk Ave., Baltimore 15, Md. 

Bus. Security Home Imp. Co., 3500 Woodbine 

Ave., Baltimore, Mel. 
Salesman 

FINZFL, HUBERT H. (1941-48) 

Res. 1912 Brisbane St.. Silver Spring, Md, 
Bus. 333 Southern Bldg., Washington 5. I>. C. 
Attorney— Schubert & Fiilzcl 

FIRMIN, JOHN C. (1041-40) 

Res. 241 E. Main St., St. CJalrsville, Ohio 

Bus. Brady Bids., I'- O. Box 488, Martins Ferry. 

Ohio 
Attorney 

FISHER, CHARLES W. (1918-32) 

Res. 11322 Forest St., Chit-ago 28, III. 

Bus. Northern District of Illinois, 828 U. S. 

Court House, Chicago 4, Illinois 
Chief U. K. Probation— Parole Offer. 

FISHER, EDWARD T. (1942-45) 

Res. 3-185-Gth Ave. No., St. Petersburg. Fla. 
Bus. 423 Florida National Ban It Bldg., St. Peters- 
burg, Flu. 
Attorney at Law 

FISHER, ROBERT W. (1941-4(5) 

Res. 2439- Sixth Ave. No., St. Petersburg, Flu. 
Bus. First Natl. Bank Bldg., St. Petersburg, Fla. 
Attorney at Law 

FITCH, GEORGE F. (1030-42) 

Res. 400 Helen Drive, Millbrue, California 



FITCH, LOUIS H, (1942-45) 

Res. 337 Beeeli Street, Berea, Ohio 
Bus. Baldwin-Wallace College, Berea, 
Business Manager 

(50) 



Ohio 



FITZGERALD, THOJIAS C. (1942-44) 

Res. 1T.27 Estes Ave., Chicago 20, Illinois 

Bus. Advance Mortgage Co., 105 So La g'llle 

Street, Chicago, Illinois 
Attorney 

FITZPATRTCK, BERNARD J. (1930-47) 

Hi's. P. O. Box 113, Managua, Nicaragua O A 
Bus. J. I,. Griffith & Co., 104 2a Calle Noroeste, 

Managua, Nicaragua, C. A. 
Manager— Export-Import Business 

F1TZ PATRICK, JAMES A. (1<>42-4ii) 

Res. 2126 North Hi Mount Blvd., Milwaukee 8, 

Wise. 
Ens. Suite 222 Bankers Bldg., 208 E. Wisconsin 

Ave., Milwaukee 2, Wise. 
Attorney at Law 

FITZPATRIOK, JAMES K. (1024-3T.) 

Res. 20T Bunker Hill St.. Charleston,, Mass. 

FLANAGAN, FRANCIS D. (l!M«J-44) 

Res. 3630 Whitehaven Pfcy. N . w., Washington, 

Tins. Senate Office, Investigating Cotum., Senate 

Office Building, Washington, I>. C. 
Lawyer 

FLANDERS, ROBERT L. (Ifl3a-4f5) 

Res. 739 Harvard No., Seattle 2. WnRl.lngtoi. 
Bus, -S.»r, Dexter Horton Bldg., Seattle 2, Wash 
Attorney 

FLATLEY. ROBERT II. (1942-4E)) 

Res. 018 South Jackson Street. Green Bay Wise 
Bus. Kehoe and Flatley, Columbus Building 

Green Ray, Wise. 
Attorney 

FLEMINO, DEAN T. (1030-42) 

Res. 720 DeCiiinp Ave., Sclieneet aily 8. \ y 
Bus. General Electric Co., 1 River Road, Sche- 
nectady 5, N. Y. 
Market Analyst 

(liU) 



FLEMING, HAROLD J. (1041-48) 

Res. 8*54 Bedford Road, Crosse Poliite Park 

Mich. 
Bus. The J. L. Hudson Co., Detroit, Michigan 
Asst. Supt., Delivery Dept. 

FLEMING, JAMES M., JR. (1942-40) 

Res. 217 Sunset Ave., Navy Point Warrington 

Fin. 
Bus. Florida Pulp and Paper Co.. Ponsncolfi, Fla. 
Personnel Director 

FLETCHER. LLOYD (101.1-27) 

Res. 1701-1601 St., N.W., Apt. M4. Washington 

D. C. 
Bus, Reconstruction Finance Corp., 811 Vennoiii 

Ave., N.W., Washington 25, D. C. 
Lawyer 

FLETTRICIL ALBERT J. (1042-40) 

Res. 2328 Dublin St., New Orleans IS, l.a. 
Bus. 1043 Canal Building, New Orleans 12, La, 
Attorney 

FLOYD. ROBERT L. (1n41 -4(5) 

lies. 1523 N.W, 23rd Street, Miami 37, Fla. 

Bus. (507-8 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 32, Fla. 
Attorney at Law 

PLYNX, MAURICE R., JR, (1041-43) 

Res, 110 W. Wyoming Avenue, Melrose, Mass 
Bus. (i Pleasant St., Maiden 48, Mass. 
Attorney 

FOGARTY, JAMES E. (1942 40) 

Res. (JO-09-lOSth Street, Forest Hills, X. Y. 

Bus. Reiss Manufacturing Corporation, 107 

Fourth Ave., New York 3, N. Y. 
Attorney & Asst. Vice President 

FOGARTY, JOHN J. (1019-24) 

Res. 202 Ilnwllioriie Avenue, Yonkeis. N, Y, 
Bus. Fogarty, Herson & Up ham, 30 South Broad- 
way, Yonkers 2, N. Y. 305 Broadway, New 
York 7, N. Y. 
Attorney 

(61) 



FOLEY, DUDLEY C, JR. (1942-45) 

Res. 3570 Dg Saix Blvd., New Orleans 1ft, La. 
Bos. 505 Carondelet Building, New Orleans 12 

La. 
Attorney at Law 

FORBES, GEORGE S. (101709) 

Res. 86fi Edgegrovu Ave., Huguenot Pic, Stnten 

Island B>, N. Y. 
Bus. natheway-PutcrsoiL Corp., 75 Montgomery 

Street, Jersey City 2, N. J. 
Sales Engineer 

FOBBING, FRED V. ( 1043-40) 

Res. 835 Hamilton Drive, Fort Wayne, Indiana 
l'rivate Investigator 

FORD, ARTHUR '£., JR. (1042-4(1) 

Res. 414 West New York Ave., Somers 1'oint, 

N. J. 
Bus. Henry Rooser, Jr., C.r.A., 309 National 

Batik Rldg., Ocean City, N. J. 
Certified Public Aceomilaut 

FORESTER, JOHN E. (1943-45) 
- Res. 515 Mclndoe Street, Wausau, Wise. 

Bus. Yawkcy Lumber Co., First American Nlato 

Rank IJIdg., Wausau, Wisconsin 
Secretary ami Treasurer 

FRAN1CII, CHARLES K. (1940-45) 

Res. 7S Roosevelt Ave., Wafsonvillc, Calif. 
BUS. McCarthy & Friuiich, 41!) Lettunicli Bldg., 
Watsoiiville, Calif. 

Attorney 

FRANKEL. DONALD (1942-45) 

Reg. 014 N. Arden Drive, Beverly Hills, Calif, 
Bus. 417 S. Hill Street, Los Angeles 13, Calif! 
Oil Producer 

FRANKEL, NATHAN (1929-42) 

Res. 447 Beach 1,'il SI., Belle Haibor. L. I., N. Y. 
Bus. Fi-iinliel, Eisen & Company, 70 Pine Street, 

Bourn 2115, New York 5, N. Y. 
Certified Public Accountant 
(62) 



FREEMAN, WILLIAM G. (1936-38) 

Res. 8 Lexington Ave,, Merchnntville, N. J. 
Bns. 113 North Fourth Street, Camden, N. J, 
Attorney at Law 

FREIMUTH, HENRY C (1940-44) 

Res. 14 Knnfonl Ave.. Catsonville 28 Md. 

Bus, Maryland l'ost-Mortem Examiners Comin,, 

700 Fleet Street, Baltimore 2, Md. 
Toxicol ogist 

FULLERTON. ROBERT V. (11)41-4*5) 

Res. 3272 Mountain View Av,, San Bernardino, 

Calif. 
Bus. 404 Andreson Building. San Bernardino, 

Calif. 
Attorney 

FUNK, W. MARSHALL (1942-46) 

Res. 010 E. Main. Bowling Green, Ky. 
Bus. Grady Building, Bowling Green, Ky. 
Lawyer 

TURBERSHAW. WALTER L, COL. (1911-1919) 
Res. OM Michigan Ave. Evanston HI. 
Bus. 20K S. La Salle St,. Room 1137, Chicago 4, 
111. 

FtlRIIUMII. 1CDWARD A.. JR. (1941-47) 

Res. 1413 Fair Oaks Ave., So. Pasadena, Calif. 
Bns. 5720Vi Crenshaw Blvd., Los Angeles 43, 

Calif. 
Insurance Broker 

FURRII, JOHN D. (1939-45) 

Res. 640 South Virginia Street, Reno, Nevada 
Bus. P. O. Box 2465, Reno, Nevada 
Attorney 



GALVIN, HAROLD J. (1941-46) 

Rea. 8308 W. Main St., Belleville, 111, 

Bus. McLean & Calvin, Real Estate & Insurance. 

508 Missouri Ave,. Hast St. Louis, 111. 
Associate in Real Estate ifc Insurance firm 
(03) 



GANNON, CHAI11.ES A. (W/M- !(>> 

lies. 1310 Roosevelt Blvd., Philadelphia JO, Pa. 
Bus. Charles A. Cannon, Inc., ny Chestnut 

Street, Philadelphia 0, Pn. 
Export Manager 

GANNON, GLEN (1937-45) 

Res, 52 Federal Avenue, Buffalo 15. X. Y. 
Bus. 513 Brisbane Bldf?., Buffalo 3, X. Y. 
Attorney 

GARLARTN'O, FRANK L. (1000 22) 

Kes. Na I South Hillside Ave., Ventnor, N. J. 
Consultant— Public Relations 

CAKBUTT. JOHN B. (1041-45) 

Pes. 12512 Astor Avenue. Cleveland .11, Ohio 
Bus. The Croat Lakes Towing Co., 1S00 Terminal 

Tower Bldg., Cleveland 13, Ohio 
Manager Claims and Insurance 

GARDNER, JAMES FRANCIS (10-KM7) 

Res, SIT West Norwood Court, San Antonio, 

Texas. 
Bus. DBS Alamo National Bids., San Antonio, 

Texas 
Attorney ;i( Laiy 

C A ROES. HERBERT K., JR. (JO 12-45) 

Res. TO Princeton Way, X.K., Athnila, (',». 
Bus. Armored Express of Atlanta, Inc., also 
Huxford and Carres, Investigative Con- 
sultants. 1053 West Penchtree St., N.E., 
Atlanta, G:i. 
President & Partner of Huxford and Garges 

GARLAND, JEROME M. (1040-4S) 

Res. (HOO Dahlonega Rd.. Washington Hi, 1). C. 
Bus. Oenh'al Intelligence Agency, Washington, 

I». O. 
Special A«eu( in Cli.-n'ge— Washington Field 
Office 

(64) 



GARVEY, FRANCIS B, (1010-45) 

Res. 472 South Country Road, Bahvlon L I 

N. Y. 
Bus, P. O. ]>ox 75<>, 120 Deer Park Averse 

Babylon, L. i„ x, y. 
Attorney 

GARVEY, JOSEPH P. (1042-40) 

Res. 834 Penfield Street, New York <>(i, N. Y. 
Bus. 4740 White Plains Avenue, New York fits 

N. Y. 
Attorney at Law 

GARVEY, WILLIAM P. (1041-44) 

Res. 3.^00 Webster Street, Omaha, Nebr. 

Bus. Puritan Laundry & Cleaners, 2^10 Farnaui 

Street, Omaha, Nebr. 
President & Manager 

GAR WES. .T. HENRY 

Res. lath Avenue, Winchester, Term. 

Bus. IX & G. Truck & Equipment Co., Box 1200, 

Winchester, Tenu. 
Internationa] Harvester Co, Dealer 

GASS. CHARLES S. (1042-45) 

Res. 8(2 South Cllrus. Los Angeles 3(5, Calif 
Bus. Bodkin, Breslin & Luddy. 453 South Spring 

Street 1223 Citizens National Bank Bids, 

Los Angeles 13, Calif. 
Attorney at Law 

GEBBEN, EDWARD J. (1(«4 45) 

Res. Apt. 301, 3020 Til den St., N.W.. Washington, 

D. C, 
Bus. Office of Special Investigations, Inspector 
General Hqs. CSAP, Pentagon, Washing- 
ton 25, P. C. 



(1942-47) 

Ave, Apt. 11-H, Hronx 



■ GEES UN, WILLIAM K 
Res, 15(50 Metropolit 

<i2, N. Y. 
Bus. Young & Rubican, ] UL .., 285 Madison Av 

line, New York 17. X. Y. 
Advertising 

(65) 



GELL, I, EON J. (1926-28) 

Erfi. Shun-In ml Hotel, 5454 So. Shore Drive Clu- 

tago 15, I]], 
Jilts. American National Bank & Trust Co., 33 

No. La Salle Street, Chicago 90, 111. 
Hanker 

GEMMELL, RONALD A. (1942-40) 

Res. 1739 Vnllejo Street, San Francisco 23, Calif 
Bus. Geiimiel] & McCarthy, 221 Chancery BIdg., 

41 Sutter Street, San Prnnclsco 4, Calif. 
Private Investigator 

GEMMILL. KEXXETH E. (1040-46) 

Res. 927 S. Adams, Spokane, Wash, 
litis. Dibhleo, Clausen & Gemmill, UK) Paulsen 

Bhlg,, Spokane S, "Wash. 
Lawyer 

GENRICH, WILLARD A. (1942-46) 

Row. 201 Smalhvoort Drive. Snyder 21, N. Y. 
Bus. Genrieh Builders, Inc., 42S7 Main Street, 

Snyder 21, N. V. 
Residential Const nietion 

gicbrer. j. j. (i9i2-4ro 

Res. 2110 Center Ave.. Xot thbronk, Illinois 
Bus. Xorlhwesferii University, Evaiistoii, 111. 
Public Relations Director 

GESSEORD, DOUGLAS, LT. COM. USNR (1918-1919) 
Res. 1 Ilrookwillow Ave., Long Branch N JT 
II S. NTavy 

GIBBS, RICHARD S. (1942-45) 

Res. 2830 No. 78th St., Milwaukee 13, Wise. 
Bus. c/o Qnurles, Spe/nec & Quarles, 828 No. 

Broadway, Milwaukee 2, Wisconsin 
Attorney 

GIBSON, MILFORD L. (1942-46) 

Res. Country Club, King-wood, W. Va. 

Bus. Box 255, 120 Price Street, Kingwood, West 

Va. 
Attorney 

W) 



GIESEN, WILLIAM P. (1941-46) 

Res. 2889 Bainhridge Ave., Bronx, New York 
Bus. Security Bureau, Inc., 80 Rroad Street New 

York 4, N. Y. 
Attorney 

GILBOY, CHARLES W. (1942-44) 

Res, 5 Irving Street, Millis, Mass. 

GILBY, RALPH R. (1942-45) 
Res. 3135 South nondly St. 
ton 



Olympin, Washing- 



Bus. Thurston County and Private Practice, 310 

Court House, Olympia, Wash. 
Deputy Prosecuting Attorney & Practicing At- 
torney 

GILLEN, VINCENT W. (1935-37) 

Res. (1822 Madeline Court, Brooklyn ■>() x y 
Bus, Rexall Drug Co., 71 West 23rd Street.' New 

York, X. Y. 
Personnel Director 

GILLESPIE, TYRONE CAPT. (1940-42) 
Res. 18 Dennis Court, Midland, Michigan 
Bus. The Dow Chemical Company, Midland 
Michigan 

UILLETT, LYMAN B. (1942-45) 

Res. 3024 Haven Ave., Racine, Wise. 

Bus. Hehn, Myers & Gillett, 526 Monument 

Square, Racine, Wise. 
Attorney at Law 

GILLETTE, KIRBY M. LT. COL. (1939-41) 
Rob. 1713 Irving St., N.W., Washington. D C 
Bus. 4th District Office, O.S.I., Boiling Air Force 
Base, Washington 20, D. C. 

GILLILAXD, EDWIN V. (1942-44) 

Res. 610 Blaine Ave., Detroit 2, Michigan 
Bus. General Motors Corp., 14-233 Geneva] Mot 

ors Bldg., Detroit 2. Michigan 
Attorney 

(07) 



G1LMORE, J. SPENCER U940-4tt) 

Res. 117 Overurook Road, Richmond 22, Vn. 
Bus. First Federal Savings and Loan Ass'n. of 

Richmond, 224 B. Broad Street, Richmond 

19, Vn. 
Attorney 

GLASSER, JOHN L. (1941-45) 

Res. 3505 Mountain Lai if, Birmingham !>, Ala. 
Bus. Harsh & Ghisser, 1208-11 Comer Ehig., Bir- 
mingham 3, Ala. 
Attorney 

GLEASON, JOHN F. (1941-48) 

Ren. 11 Metropolitan Ov:il, Brons, N. 1. 

Bus. X. Y. Life, Ins. Co., 51 Madison Avenue, 

New York, N. Y. 
Attorney 

GLEASON, JOHN I'. (1938-46) 

Res. Oalle 17 No. 2, Altui'as DoMirimar, Habana, 

Cuba 
litis. Foreign Service of U.S.A., U. S. Embassy, 

Habana, Cuba 
Attache 

GLFESOX, JOHN It, .IK. (1942-45) 

lies. 310 Uellevui' Avenue, Trenton 8. X. J. 

Bus. New Jersey Mri's. Casualty Ins. (-0.. 3<» 

West State Street, Trenton 8, N. J. 
Attorney 

GLYNN, ARTHUR L. (1041-45) 

Res. 52 Bernard Street, Newton Higlilands 61,. 

Mass, 
Bus. Glynn & Glynn, 89 State Street, Boston, 

Mass. 
Attorney 

GLYNN, MICHAEL F. (BK',0-35) 

Res. 354384th Street, Jackson Heights, L. I., 

N. Y. 
Bus. Stores Mutual Troteetive Assn., I no., 71 

West 35th Street, New York 1. X. Y. 
Manager 

(68) 



GMEKECK, WILLIAM F. (1920-30) 

lias. 1.J307 Lake Ave., Lnkewood 7, Ohio 

Bus. Nat). Board of Fire Vndwtrs., 85 Jolm 

Street, New York 7, N. Y. 
Special Agent— Attorney 

(JOCKE, ROBERT 13. (1040-15) 

Res. 170- 10th Street, Sacramento, Calif. 

Bus. Gibson Bus Lines, 441-35 St., Sacramento, 

Calif. 
Asst. to Vice President & Genenil Manager 

GODFREY, WILLIAM A. (1(140-45) 

Res. 135 Magnolia Terrace, Springfield, Mass. 
Bus. 31 Elm Street, Springfield 3, Mass. 
Attorney at Law 



GOBWIX, A. 1'ILSTON, JR. 
Res. Cutesvilie. X. (\ 
Lawyer 



(1942-45) 



GOLDMAN, HERMAN (1022-25 & 1029-30) 
Res. 73-14-175tl> St., Flushing, L. I., N. Y. 
Bus. City Alcoholic! Leverage Control Board, 2 

Lafayette Street, Ney York 7, N. Y. 
Investigator 

GOODIN, VERNON L. 1940-4(5) 

Res. ttSO Euclid Ave., Berkeley 8, Calif. 

IJus. District Attorney's Office, County Court 

House, Oakland, Calif. 
Attorney at Law 

GOODSOX, ALFRED C. (1042-44} 
Res. 1!)04 Banks, Houston, Texas 
Bus, 007 State National Bank Bldg., Houston 2, 

Texas 
Attorney 

GOODWIN, G. EDWARD (1941-45) 
Res. 2437 "G" Street, Eureka, Calif. 
Bus. Huber & Goodwin, 537 G Street, Eureka, 

Calif. 
Attorney 



GORDON, ALEXANDER S. (1910 l(i) 

lies. 144 N.W. 110th St., Miami Shores, Fla. 
Bus. Ex. Dir, Miami Beach Hotel Owners Asso- 
ciation, 11155 DrraiJ Ave,, Miami Bench, Fla. 
Attorney 

CORDON, DAVID W. (1042-46) 

Res. 212 Old Bedford Bd., RD 4, Greenwich, 

Coun. 
Bus. Deering Milliken Research Trust, 28 Havc- 

meyer Place, Greenwich, Conn. 
Business Manager 

GORSIJCH, WALTER C. 

Res. 3T)-tr>-70th Street, Jackson Heights, N. Y. 
Bus, Office? of Alien Property, Department of 
Justice, 120 Broadway, New York 5, N. Y. 
Chief Investigator 

GOUBLEMAN, DALE K. (1939-4. r >) 

Res. mum irillandale Road, Chevy Chase 15, 

Mary la lid 
Bus, Federal Power Commission, IS & Pennsyl- 
vania Ave. N.W., Washington, D. C, 
Chief, Corporate Regulation Section 

GRADY, JOHN J. (1940-47) 

Bes. 400 ITovey Avenue, Normal, El, 
Bus, 202 So, School Street. Normal, 111, 
Owner & Operator of Restaurant 

GRADY, LESLIE (1041-45) 

Ilos. 2909 W. 6th Street, Little Rock, Ark, 
Run. O. & 1L Diaper Service — Co-Owner, Mark 
Lipimin Service — Investigators, Wallace 
Pddff., Little Rock, Ark. 
Invest igator 

GRAHAM, ALEXANDER H„ JR. (1941-45) 
Res. F2B, University Apts., Durham, N. C. 
Bus, Fuller, Reade & Fuller, (Box 2088), 111 

Corcoran St,, Durham, N. C. 
Attorney 

(70) 



GRAHAM, EDWIN A. (1343 45) 

Res. 347 South West Street, Onlosbiirg, 111 
Bus. Eddie Graham— Insurance, 220 Peoples 

Blclff., Gulesburg, 111, 
Insurance Broker 

GRANT, CLIFFORD P. (1924-26) 

Res. Cbesterbrook Road, Route 2, Falls Church 
Va. 

Bus. Office of the Solicitor, U. S. Dept. of Labor 
14th & Constitution Ave., Washington 2T>, 

Attorney— Trial Examiner 

GRANTHAM, R. CORDON (1937-44) 

Res. 1104 Whitworth Street. Jackson 5, Miss 
Una. ]'. O. Box IM3, Jackson no, Miss 
Attorney 

GRAY, DONALD B. tlUl-ifl) 

Res. 110 X. W. 110th Street, Miami 38, Fla 

Bus. Former Special Agents, Inc., 1415 p Bll 

America ii Bank BIdg., Miami. Fla 
Investigations 

GREEN, NEWMAN L. (1019-21) 

Res. 609 West 114th Street, New York 25 N V 
Insurance Broker 

GREEN, WILLIAM EDWIN, JR. (1942-43) 
Res. Power sville, Ga. 

GREGG, RALPH J. (1940-46) 

Res. 540 Norwood Ave., Buffalo 13, N Y 

Bus. Albrecht, Manure & Heffern,' 1300 'ceiiesee 

Bid*?., Buffalo 2, N. Y. 
Attorney 

GREGUREVICH, JOHN J. 

Res. 120 Atlantic Avenue, Frceport LINY 
Retired ' 

(Tl) 



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GRIFFIN, CHARLES (PJ2ri-28) 

Res. 053 No. Orliinrto Avenue, Lou Angeles 4(i, 

Calif. 
Bus. Association of Casually & Surely Cos., 403 

\V. Sth Street, 1015 Garfield B1dg„ Los 

AnKi'les 14, Calif. 
Attorney 

GRIFFITH, HARRY D, (1042-4fi) 

Reg, 2tiS So, Center St, Orange, N. J. 
Uus. Griffith Piano Co., (505 Broad Street, New- 
ark 2, N. J. 
Salesman 

GRISS1XGER, JOHN W. (rjtl-41!) 

Res. 2260 Maine Avenue, Long Beach, Calif. 
Tins. Grisinger's Drive In, 1632 K. 4th St., Long 

Leach, Calif. 
Owner 

GROGAN, EDWARD F.. ,111. (1042-4«> 

Res, 80W-21O SI reel. Queens Village H, N. Y. 
Attorney 

GROSS, ELMER W. (1042-45) 

lies. 3120 Lucaya Street, Miami, Fla. 

Bus, Gross & Tytell, 404 Calumet Jlhlc, Miami, 

Fin. 
Certified I'ublie Accountant 

GROSSMAN, EltXEST I). (1040-46) 

Res. 107(1 Franzmeier Avenue, St. Paul 0, Mian. 
Uus. National Board of Fire Underwriters, 222 

Adams, Chicago (i, 111. 
Special Agent 

GRFXEWALP, HENRY W. 
Res. 4100 Cathedra] Ave. 

D. C. 
Public Relation Counsel 

GT7TXANE, EDWARD P. (1027-42) 

Res. 101 Spring Drive, Falls Church, Va, 
Pus. U. S. Dent, of Commerce, 14th & Constitu- 
tion Ave., Washington, D. C. 
Dept, Chief— K\ if orcenient Brunch 
(72) 



(1917-19) 
N. W., Washington 16, 



GULICK, JOSEPH J. (1941-44) 

Res. 2S3 South Center St., Orange, X. J. 
Bus, 175 Fifth Avenue, New York, X. Y. 
Public Accountant and Tax Consultant 

GUSTKEY, IL EARL (1042-45) 

Res. 60 Greenwood Ave., "Wheeling, West Va. 
Bus. Imperial Glass Corp., Belluire, Ohio 
Vice President 

GUTTING, STEPHEN H. (li)43-46) 

Res. 108 Wayne Avenue, River Edge, N. J. 
Bus. Ingersoll-Rand Co., 11 Broadway, X 

York, N. Y. 
l'rodilct Engineer 



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HAGARTY, THOMAS J. (1042-45) 

Res, 47 Hughes St., Hartford. Conn. 

Bus. Halloran, Sage & Phclon, 25 Lewis Street, 

Hartford, Conn, 
Attorney 

HALEY, ARTHUR IS. (1042-44) 

Res. 32 Skllaw Road, Brighton, Mass. 

Bus. Radio Station WBMS, 35 Court St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Account Executive 

HALEY, EDWARD JOHN (1942-46) 

Res. 822 Lloyd, Royal Oak, Michigan 
Bus. KW65 Hamilton, Highland Park, Michigan 
Funeral Director 

IIALPIN, JOHN It. (1911-43) 

Res. 1008 Bartlett Ave, Rosemead, Calif. 

HAMMOND, WILLIS R. (1942-45) 

Res. Co24-43rd Avenue, Kenosha, Wise. 
Bus. 702-571 h St., Kenosha, Wise. 
Attorney 

(73) 




HANCOCK, BURL 0. (l')"0-3") 

Res. MI5 El Monte Ave., x . Sacramento >5. 

Calif. 
Bus. United States Air F om , s Smirl( Sw;H 

McClcilan Field, California 
Civilian Chief 

IIANHS, WALTER W. (1940-47) 

Res. S*41-7ftth Street, Jackson Heighls X y 
i.««. St. Regis Paper Co., 2?tt) Park Ave New 

York 17, N. Y. 
Asst. Director, Labor Relations 

JIANLOX, DAVID E., JR. (1942-46) 

Res. K)fi Westminster, Hyde Park 36 Mas<? 
Attorney " "" 

HANRAHAN, G. MICHAEL (1041-4(5) 

Res. 322 Hixt.Ii Avenue. IVllnmi 05 N y 

Rim. Pel ham Post Office BIdg., Pel Han, (V, K V 

attorney 

IIANRAHAN, JOHN M. (194^-4-j) 

Res. fiS Hope Street, Stamford. Conn 
Pus. 10.1 Bedford Street, Stamford. Conn 
Attorney 

HANRAHAN, WILLIAM E. (m2 _ 45) 

Res. ftj Crest Road, Merrick N Y 

Bu S . lit) HaBt 42lMl stm , ti X(iw Vn ; k 

Attorney 

UAXSICLL, JOHN M. (31M2-J8) 

Ros. R ua Gomes Carneiro 149. Rio de Janeiro 
Brazil ' 

Rua "ni'Hrtmont of State, Embassy of Ulc 

tailed States, Rio do Paneiro, Rrayjl 
Vice Consul 

HANSEN, CONNOR T. (1043-41) 

Res, 1439 So. Fanvell St.. Eau Claire. Wise 
I. ns. Hansen, Kaiser & Kteinbring. Cher Rid- 
Emu Claire. Wise. ' 

Ln\ yii- 

(74) 



HANSEN, PAUL W. (1930-30) 

Res. 3110 Eagle Pass Road, Louisville 13, Ky. 
Bus. Reynolds Metal Company, 2827 Hale Ave- 
nue, Louisville 1, Ky. 
Director, Protection Division 

HANSON, JOHN H. (1030-38) 

Res. 901 W. Mountain Street, Glendale 2, Calif. 

Bus. Commission on Organized Crime, State of 
California, (Jin So. Olive Street, Los An- 
geles 14, Calif. 

Chief lnvestigaior 

HARLAN, WILLIAM E. (1943-45) 
Res. 3003 Urn mercy, Houston, Texas 
Bus. Jack E. Fore Insurance Agency, 821 Bank- 
ers Mortgage Bblg., Houston 2, Texas 
Insurance Agent 

HARPER, WILLIAM H. (11)40-47) 

Res. 644 Fort Hill Road, Scarsdale, N. Y. 
Bus. A. O. Smith Corp., 155 E. 44th Street. New 
York 17, X, Y. 

Sales Representative 

HARRIGAN, JOHN L. (1029-32) 

Res. 14 Ware Street, Cambridge, Mass. 
Run. 2C0 Tremout Street. Boston, Mass. 
Chief Investigator 

IIARRILL, RYRON J. (1929-34) 

Res. 211 North Oakland St., Arlington, Va. 
Bus. 627 Wash. Loan & Trust BIdg., Washing- 
ton, D. C. 
Attorney and Certified Public Accountant 
HARRINGTON, ROBERT S. (1942-44) 

Res. 4710 No. Allmlnar Ave., La Canada, Cali- 
fornia 
Bus. Thoroughbred Racing Assoe. of Am., Room 

427. 117 E. Colorado, Pasadena, Calif, 
Special Representative 

HARRIS, BILLUFS (1910-21) 

Res. 35 W. 9th Street, New York 11, X. Y. 
Writer 

(75) 



HARRIS, IIOWAKI) P. (.1930-4(1) 

Res. 4848 Le Blond, Cincinnati 2«. Ohio 
Bus. The Kroger Co., 35 E. 7th Street, Cincin- 
nati 2, Ohio 
Labor Relations Pept. 

HARRISON, BENJAMIN M. (1041-45) 

Hos. 1004 Snobiinictf Su, Houston S Texas 
Bus. First National Bank, Boamnont, Texas 
Oil and Gas Lease Broker 

HART, JOHN M. (1941-47) 

Pes. Dai Iti Hotel, Tokyo, Japan 

Bus. P. S. Govt., Dept of the Army, office of 

the Provost Marshal MTA, A. P.O. 181 % 

I'M. Sati Francisco, Calif. 
Chief, Metropolitan Tokyo CIIJ 

HARVEY, R. GEORGE (1925-311) 

Res. 5512 Sierra Vista. Hollywood 38, Calif. 
Bus, Pact. Finders--InveHtign1ions;— Public Por- 
tions, Suite 40.1. SKI S. Spring, ljOH 
geies 14, Calif. 
Investigations 



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IIARVEY, WILLIAM KING (1940-47) 

Ri-s. 2«27-.Wth St., N.W.. Washington 7 D C 
Bus. C. L A., P. (). uox 1025, Washington ' 13, 

Attorney 

HAUKR, A. G1COKCE (1940-4{!) 

Res Albert Ilartman, P. O. Box 1150, Habana, 



Cuba 
Bus. Soars, Roebuck and Company. S.A. 

y A mis tad, Habana, Cuba 
Executive 



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1IAPSLER, DONALD A (1941-46) 

Rob. 1734 W. Seventh St., St. Paul, Minn. 

Bus. E. 611-12, First National Bank Uldg., St. 

Paul, Minn. 
Lawyer 

(70) 



II A VI LAND, PAUL W. (1940-44) 

Res. 12(1 White Oak Road, Medford, Oregon 
Ells. State of Oregon, Courthouse, Medford, 

Oregon 
Attorney at Law and Deputy District Attorney 

HAY, JAMES L, (1941-45) 

Res. fioa Ell wine Drive, Lemny 23, Mo, 
Bus. 4955a Delmar, St, Louis S, Mo. 
Private Investigator 

HAYEK, HARRY J. (1041-45) 

Res. 5201 No. Divorsey Blvd., Milwaukee 11 

Wise. 
Bus. 949 Bankers Building, 208 13. Wisconsin 

Ave., Milwaukee 2, Wise. 
Attorney & Investigator 

HAYES, PAUL J. (1939-48) 

Res. 2.158 E. roth Place, Chicago, 111. 

Bus. Illinois Central Station, Room 304 Chicago 
III. " ' 

Asst. Chief Special Agent, Illinois Central R. R. 
HAYMAKER, IRA L. (11)42-45) 

Res. 51 S. Forsythe Street, Franklin, Indiana 

Bus. Strielder BIdg., Franklin, Ind. 

Attorney 

HAYS, EDWARD R. (1942-46) 
Res. Box 261, rikeville, Ky. 
Bus. Auxier. Baird & Hays, Pikeville National 

Bank Bldg., Pikeville, Ky. 
Attorney at Law 

HAZLETT, E, BLAKE (1919-25) 

Res, P. O. Box 32, North Fork, Calif. 

Bus. U. S. Forest Service, North Fork, Calif, 

Contracting 

HEACOCK, BERT H, (1941-46) 

Res. 238 Stanley Ave., Park Ridge, Illinois 

Bus. Southeastern Cottons, Inc., 300 W. Adams 

St., Chicago I), 111. 
Sales Representative 

(77) 



IIEADLEY, FRANK H. (1935-37) 

Res. 31 Innes Rd., Searsdale, N. Y. 
Bus. Head ley-Reed Co., Inc.., Chrysler Bhlg., 
Room 920--4U5 Lexington Ave., New York 17, 
N. Y. 
President — Radio Advertising 

HEAUEN, JOHN 11. (1941-45) 

Res. 55 Stu:u't Ave., Malverno, L. I„ N. 1'. 
Bub. Dunn & Bradstreet, Inc., 290 Broadway, 

New York, N. Y. 
Service Manager, Foreign Dcpt. 

HEATH, CHARLES M. (15)42-46) 

Res. 2015 Brigdcn Road, Pasadena 7, Calif. 
Bus. Crawford & Heath, 222 Security Bids., 
2111 K Colorado St., Pasadena 1, Calif. 
Attorney at Law 

J1EAVR1N, KARL M. (1934-10) 

lies. 101) Curtis Way, Grand Prairie, Texas 
Bus. (J. S. Department of Agriculture, Room 220, 

1114 Commerce Street, Dallas 2, Texas 
Administrative Officer — Investigations 

IIECKERMAN, ARTHUR It. (1040-45) 

Res. 327 So. Ft. Thomas Ave., Fort Thomas Ky. 
Bus. 505 Walnut Street, Cincinnati 2, Ohio 
Attorney 

HEFFERNAN. THOMAS E. (19-11-46) 

Res. 17*0.1 Fairview Road, Santa Ana, Calif. 
Hus. 715) X. Main Street, Santa Ana, Calif. 
Bus. Suite 4. Rirtcher Building, 1413 Coast High- 
way, Corona Del Mar, Cal, 
Attorney at Law 

IlEFFLER, JACOB (1931-37) 

Res. 5905 Woodnvst Aveniie.Philadelphia 31, Pa. 
Bus. (50() Market Street, National Rani; Bklg., 

Philadelphia 7, Pa. 
Cerliiied Public Accountant 
(78) 



HEILKER, JOHN II. (1934-37) 

Res. 3047 Tortsnioutli Avenue, Cincinnati 8, Ohio 
litis. 1«0<> Fountain Square Bhlg., Cincinnati 2, 

Uhio 
Attorney 

HELD. lIilliElIT W. (1UHI-45) 

lies. 13205 La Salle Blvd., Detroit (S, Michigan 
Bus. Ernst Kern Co.. 1030 Woodward Ave., De- 

I mil 2(i, Mich. 
Protection Manager 

HELLIESKN, HOWARD B., LT. COL. (1939-40) 

Res. 1789 Berkeley Ave., Pomona, Calif. 
Bus. U. S. Army, Mode O'Day Bhlg., Los An- 
geles, Calif. 
Army Officer 

HBLMK, WILLIAM B. (1941-43) 

lies. 7320 Merrill Ave, Chicago 49, Illinois 
Medical Student 

HEMKER, T. JACKSON 

Res. 555 Bnena Vista West, San Francisco 17, 

Calif. 
Bus. Otis McAllister & Co., 310 Snnsome Street, 

San Francisco, Calif. 
Importing exporting 

HENDRICKSON, ROY A. (1930-32) 
Res. 024 Ella Ave., Willmar, Minn. 
Bus. 201 W. 4th Street, Willmar, Minn, 
Lawyer 

HENNESSEY. JOHN F. (1941-45) 

Res. 824 Gunder so n Avenue, Oak Park, 111. 
Ens. 4050 West Kinzie Street, Chicago 44, 111. 
Industrial Relations Manager 

HENNESSEY, JOHN H. (1942-46) 

Res. 5952 North Bay Ridge Ave., Wliiteflsli Bay, 

Wise. 
Bus. 208 E. Wisconsin Ave., 14th Floor, Milwau- 
kee, Wisconsin 
Attorney — American Automobile Insurance Co. 

(79) 




HIBNNESSY, JOHN F. (11)4:2-15) 

Res. 38 Commonwealth Ave., Springfield, Mass. 
Bus. SI Elm Street, Springfield, Mass. 
Lawyer 

HENNIG, ALBERT WM, (1942-44) 

Itcs. 911 Church Street, Alexandria, Va. 
Attorney 

HENRY, JOSEPH K. (1930-32) 

Res. 1007 Houstoiiia, Royal Oak, Michigan 
Bus. Allstate Insurance Company, 121! Griswoltl 

Street, Detroit 20, Mich. 
Resident Manager 

I1KNTIIORN, EVERETT I. (1924-30) 

Res. 272S South Michigan St., South Bend 14, 

Indiana 
Bus. Studebaker Corp., 835 South Lafayette 

Street, South Bond, Indiana 
Super visor Plant Protection 

IIERR, ROBERT W. (1942-40) 

Res, 1,351. MeCutcheim Kd., Richmond Heights 

17, Mo. 
Bus. Hl:2 Olive Street, St. Lotiis 2, Mo. 
Attorney 

HESS, H. WM. (1916-23) 

Res. 1046 S, Carmona Ave., Los Angeles 35, Calif. 
Has. 742 K. II ill St., Los Angeles 14, Calif. 
Lawyer 

HESSION, JAMES A. (1942-44) 

Res. 147 (Jnmt Avenue, Jersey City, N. J. 
Law Student 

HICKET, FRANCIS M. (1923-41) 

Res. 3R14 Webster St., N.W., Washington 11, 
Y). C. 

HICKEY, JAMES W. (1942-44) 

Res. 1441 Comstoek Ave., Syracuse 5, N. Y. 

Bus. Bond, Sehoencck & King, 1400 State Tower 

BIdg., Syracuse 2, N. Y. 
Attorney 

(SO) 



HICKMAN, DAROLD E. (1037-40) 

Res. 34 I-Iixon Ct, North Attleboro, Mass. 
Bus. Kipley, Goinen Co., Mcchnnie Street, Attle- 
boro, Mass. 
Vice President 

HICKS, LOUIS A., JR. (1942-45) 

Res. 23 Reid Ave., Roekville Centre, X. Y. 

Bus. 193 Rockaway Avenue, Valley Stream, K, Y. 

Attorney 

HICKS, ROBERT IL (1934-45) 

Res. Apt. S10-B The Manor, Allien Park Manor, 

Germnntown, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Bus. Roberts and Marnier Corporation, Hatboro, 

Pa. 
Secretary and Director 

HICKS ON, MARSHALL D. (1943-45) 

Res. 074 San Lorenzo, Santa Monica, C.nlif. 
Has. 528 Arizona Ave., Santa Monica, Calif. 
Attorney nt Law 

HIGGINS, WALTER J. (1938-43) 

Res. 20 E. Harvard Place, Merrick, X. Y. 

Bus. Iliggins & Murray, 40 Exchange Place, Now 
York, N. Y. 

Investigations 
HIGGINS, WILLIAM E., JR. (1942-45) 

Res. 907 Avenue C, Bayonne, N. J, 

Bus. Win. F. Iliggins Ageney, Lie., 720 Broad- 
way, Bayonne, N. J. 

Real Estate & Insurance 
HIGH, WILLIAM It. (1934-30) 

Res. 3500 "B" St., S.E., Apt. 202, Washington 19 
D. C. 

Bus, U. S Civil Service Coram, 8th & "G" N.W.. 
Washington 25, D. C. 

Attorney 

HIGITTOWER. EARL (1942-43) 

Res. 1900 Shannon Finer, Sari Marino, Calif. 
Bus. Hoi ley- Knight -Woods & High tower, 811 W. 
7th Street, Suite 004, Los Angeles 14, Calif. 
Attorney 

(81) 




HINDS, ROBERT NIELSEN (1042-45) 

Res. 61 West Oth Street, New York 11, N Y 
Bus. 56 West 44th Street, New York 18, N Y 
Attorney 

IIIRSH, EAKL (1933-44) 

Tics. 1025 St. Charles Ave., X.E.. Apt. 28 At- 
lanta, Ga. 

Bus. H. & H. Manufacturing Co. Inc., Statham 

Georgia 
Manufacturing 

HISLOP, FREDERICK J. (1942-46) 
Res. 712-33rd Street, Everett, Wash. 
Bus. Indemnity Insurance Co. of N.A., 1705 Ex- 

change Bldg., Seattle 4, Wash. 
Insurance Adjuster 

HITCHCOCK, JOHN G. (1040-42) 

Res. 726 East Second St., Port Clinton, Ohio 
Bus. 122% Madison Street, Port Clinton, Ohio 
Attorney at Law 

HODGDON, HOWARD W. (1039-42) 

Res. 172 Lake View Ave., Cambridge 38, Mass. 
Bus. Servomechanisms Lab. M.I.T., 211 Mass. 

Ave., Cambridge 39, Mass. 
Administrative Assistant 

HOE FLING, JAMES K. (1941-46) 

Res, 37 Greetimont Blvd., Dayton 9, Ohio 
Bus. 805 Third National Bldg., Dayton 2, Ohio 
Attorney at Law 

HOFFMAN, EDWARD W. (1041-46) 

Res. 5840 Ridge Ave., Cincinnati 13, Ohio 

Bus. Hoffman's Dept. Store, 6010 Vine Street, 

Elmwood Plate, Cincinnati 16, Ohio 
Attorney— Partner in Business 

IIOFHEIMER, HARRY (1942-45) 

Res. 345 S. Harding Rd., Columbus 0, Ohio 
Bus. Gumble & Gumbie, 60 E. Broad Street, 

Columbus 9, Ohio 
Attorney 

(82) 



HOLMANS, CHARLES F. (1934-35) 

Res. 5730 Nash Street, Dal his 9, Texas 

Bus. 813 Tower Petroleum Bldg., Dallas, Texas 

Special Agent iti Charge 

HOLMES, CHARLES J. (1942-46) 

Res. 137 Bay Street, Glens Falls, N. Y. 

Bus. Glens Falls Indemnity Company, 191 Glen 

Street, (Bens Falls, N. Y. 
Bond Claims Examiner 

HOLMES, OLIVER W. (1939-44) 

Res. Broadview, Rt. 5, Little Rock, Arkansas 
Bus. Ark. Workmen's Compensation Coram., 8th 

& Cumberland, Little Rock, Ark. 
Commissioner 

HOLTKAMP, ALVIN G. ' (1943-45) 

Res. 5234 Louisiana Ave., St. Louis 11, Mo 
Bus. 001-04 Buder Bldg., 7 No. 7th Htreet, St. 

Louis 1, Mo. 
At fcorney 

HONETOR. CHARLES J. (1942-45) 

Res. 811 North Main Street, Kissimmee, Fla 
Bus. Route 1, Box 63, Kissimmee, Flit. 

HONNOLD, PHILIP C. (1943-45) 

Res. 717 N.W. 3Sth Street, Oklahoma City 3 

Okla. ' 

Bus. C. Edgar Honnold, 917 First National Bank 

Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Okla. 
Investment Banker 

HOOVER, HOWARD S. (1936-38) 

Res. 2406 McLendon St.. Houston 5. Texas 
Bus. 818 Chronicle Bldg., Houston 2, Texas 
Attorney 

HOPKINS, CRANSON L. (1043-46) 

Rra. 1025 Highland Ave., Vallejo Calif 

Bus. Taft, Wright & Hopkins, 344 ' Virginr, 

Street, Vallejo, Calif. 
Attorney 

(83) 



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I'ekin, 



111. 



IlORGAN, PATRICK D. (1030-45) 

Re, 801 Sacramento Street, Altjflena Col. . 
Bus. Horgi.lL ana McJfiacben. 215 W. itta bt., 

Angeles 14, Calif. 
Attorney 

HORN, JOSEPH (1034-45) 

Res. 408 Barker Ave., Peoria, 
Run. American Distilling Co. 
Comptroller 

11,1., Detroit 17, Mich. 
Vi ,e resident (Retail UuIWitb Suppl.es) 

nflRVUNd, ROBERT J. (1042-4:.) 

nOBNUHi-, Wichita, KnnsiiR 

1 ,s Rannev-Hornung Snles Comp.no . 204 Uinon 
Station Bldg., Wichita 2. Kauris 

Food Broker 

Bus. 428 Masonic lempic i>'ufc , 

Ohio 
Attorney at Law 

noiiToN. s. mcRMAN (mio-44) 

Res. Route '2. Box 031, *W«x, \n. 
Una. Q»«- l'-l«l«- Washington, D - u 
0.1.0. 

T> s" St Paul Mercury Indemnity Co., Ill W 

' Fifth Street, St. Paul 1, Minn. 
Lawyer 

HOUCI1TNS, EUGENE H.. JR. l**^ TesftB 
Res 70S West Oommemnl St., ^' rtona 
Bus. 5U-12 Victoria Bank & Trust Co. Bld„. 

Victoria, Texas 
Attorney 

(84) 



HOUGHTON, MARVIN W. (1041-42) 

Res. Route 2, Box 257, Mill Valley, Calif. 

Bus. Veterans Administration, Branch Office No. 

12, ISO New Montgomery, Sari Francisco 5, 

Calif. 
Attorney 

HOLTS, MARSHALL \V. (1041-43) 

Res Apt. 2 MeKeown Bldg., Pipestone, Minn. 
Bus. Palmer and Honts, McKoown Building, 

Pipestone, Minn. 
Attorney at Law 

HOVE, HAROLD B. (1940-45) 

lies. 2600 Otis Drive, Alameda, Calif. 

Bus. Harold B. Hove, Investigations Unlimited, 

337-17t.li Street, Oakland 12, Calif. 
Private Investigations 

HOWES, WILLIAM B. (1042-45) 

Res. 0025 S. Thtoop St., Chicago 43, 111. 
Bus. 11 SO IS. 63rd Street, Chicago, Illinois 
Insurance 

HUUSKA, DANIEL A. (1940-48) 

Res. Bellville, Texas 
Bus. Roeusch Bldg., Bellville, Texas 
Attorney at Law 

HU1URTT. RUSSELL J. (1043-45) 

Ros. 3000 Hodman Avenue, Mimcie, Indiana 
Bus. 353 Johnson Bldg.. Muncie. Indiana 
Insurance Claims Adjuster Attorney 

HUBER, MILTON L. (1942-45) 
Res. 2461 Ritsb St.. Eureka, Caif. 
Bus. miner & Ooodwin, 537 "G" Street, Eureka, 

Calif. 
Attorney at Law 

HURLEY, EDWARD B. (1026-34) 

Res. 1600 Marengo Ave., So. l'asadeita, Calif. 
Hearing Aid Specialist 
(S5) 



HUDSON. GEORGE II. (101'---!) ,,.„„,,, 

Res 168 IivlTigtoa Street, Daly City 2o, Calif. 
[}„«. Hudson Oil Co., K5S Irvington Street, Duly 

Citv 25, Calif, 
milling Oil Wells lu Kern and Tulare Counties, 

Calif. Geologist in Charse Field Opi-ro- 

tiotis (and See.-Treas. of Corp.) 

ITUFFAKER, T. KATES (1042-45) 

lies 10"5 Wi'S! 501.li, Kansas City 2, Mo. 

Bus. Morrill Lynch, Pierce, Tenner & Beans, 

1003 Walnut Street, Kansas City 0, Mo. 
HtoeU Komi & Commodity Broker 

HUGHES, CARL W. (1018-21.) 

Res 1231-B University Ave., Berkeley 2, ( alii- 
15,18, Federal Works Agency, 030 San some, San 

Francisco 11, Calif. 
Speeial Agent in Charge 
HUGHES, FREDERICK G. (1041-10) 

Res 3+27 Joplin St., Jopliu. Mo. 
mis .Toplin (Hob.; ] 'ublisliiiiy Company, 117 Lust 

Fourth street, Joplin, Missouri 
Asst. General Manager 

HUIRAS, RALPH J. (l»41-46) 

ij,. si ail. I'air Street. Cedarbnrji, Wise. 

Bus', (h-rold au<l HulraR, 125 X. Franklin Street, 

l'ort. Washington, Wise. 
Attorney at Law 
1RHKKAMP. WILLIAM LOGAN (1941-48) 

Res 901 Cra ml Ave., Keokuk, Iowa 
Bus. 009 Blondeau Street, Keokuk, Iowa 
Attorney 
TIULBERT. WILLIAM 11., JU. (1041-45) 
Res. 100 Reven- Street, Boston IV, Mass 
Bus. Fish, Richardson & Nrave. 81 State Stn.t, 

Boston 9, Mass. 
Patent Attorney 
HUMPHREY, EUGENE X. (1035-41) 

Res 0336 S. Elizabeth Street, Chicago, 111. 
Bus. Electro Motive IHv., O.M., La Grange, 111. 
Mired or of Labor Relations 
(W) 



HUMPHREYS, WILLIAM Y. (11)3(5-40) 

Res. (i Sunset Ridge Drive, 15. Hartford, Conn. 
Das. United Aircraft Corp,, 400 South Main 

Street, E. Hartford, Conn. 
Director of Plant Protection 

liUNSBERGER, HAROLD E. (15)42-10) 

Res, 400 Fifth Street, Traverse City, Mich. 
Bus. 214 15. Front St., Traverse City, Mich. 
Attorney 

HUNTER, ALLAN O. (1040-44) 

Res. 3153 Kerckhoff Ave., Fresno 2, Calif. 
Bus. 1001 Helm Bldg., Fresno 1, Calif. 
Attorney 

IIUNTT, LESLIE F. (1929-34) 

Bus. 1309 Salisbury Avenue, Silver Spring, Md. 
Bus. Leslie F. Iluiitt 8413 Georgia Avenue, Sil- 
ver Spring, Md. 
Certified Public Accountant 

HURLEY, FRANCIS 13. (1922-41) 

Res. 720 Boyleston North, Seattle, Wash. 
Bus. War Assets Administration, Compliance En- 
forcement Div., 1409 Second Ave, Seattle 1, 
Wash. 
Special Agent 

HUSTING, JOHN J. (1941-47) 

Res. Ill S. John Street, Mayvillc, Wise. 
!!us. South Main Street, Mayville, Wise. 
Attorney __ 

HUTCHINSON, FORNEY, JR. (1943-44) 

lies. 1518 So. Victor, Tulsa, Okla. 
Bus. Simmy Oil Corporation, I'liiltower Bldg., 

Tulsa, Okla. 
Attorney 

HUXFORD, CECIL L. (1940-45) 

Res. 2396 Peaehtree Rd„ N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 
Bus. Huxfoid & Garges, 1053 W. Peaehtree St., 

N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 
Investigative Consultants 
(87) 




HYN AN, WILLIAM 13. (1934-36) 

Res. 939 Boiiifant Street, Silver Spring, Ma 

I 

INfJMAN. WINSTON C. (1039-46) 

r cs . 5331 Limn 1'lace, Honolulu, 1. 11. 

Bus. mo Merchandise Mart Rldg., Honolulu, 1. n. 

Attorney sit Law 

TTCWTN "DONALD B. (1940-45) 

IR^IN, ^ A woodland Drive , Dearb0 rn, Michigan 

Lincoln-Mercury Division of Ford Motor 
Company, 6200 W. Warren, Detroit 32, 
Michigan 
Industrial Relations Director 
IRWIN, PHILir H. (1041-46) 

Res. 1040 W. 11th Avenue, Spokane ^\ash 
Bub Witherspoon, Witncrspoon and Kelley, ill* 
Old National Bank Bids., Spokane 8, 
Washington 
Attorney 



lies. 
Bus. 



ISAACS 
Hew. 
I ins 



SIDNEY (1041-47) 

:tSC>3 Zinslf Avenue, Cincinnati 13, Ohio 
"W)0 Mercantile Library Bids.. ('inelnimiJ 2, 
Ohio 
Lawyer 



JACKSON, BEN E. (1930-38) 

Ros 2432 Purdue Avenue, Los Angeles 31. ( »1 f- 
Bus. 7M South Broadway, Los Angles 14, Calif- 
Certified Public Accountant 
JACOUSON. AAUON W. 0928-32) 

Res. 4.130 Warren St., NW„ Washington 16, D. C. 
Bus. 1030 Investment Bldg., Washington 5, D. i,, 
Lawyer 

JAMES, JOHN J., JR. (102H-29) 

Res 216 No. Commonwealth Ave., Elgin, Hi. 
Bus U. S. Dept. Agriculture, Food Bistro 
button Program^ Branch, 623 S. Wabash 
Avenue, Chicago 5, III. 
Administrative Officer 

(88) 



JAMIE, ALEXANDER (1918-25) 

It!; 501 l'aseo Miramar, Pacific Palisades, Calif. 

Retired 
JANN, ADAM M. (1935-37) 

Res P O. Box 630, Joplin, Missouri 

Bus Prudential Insurance Company of America, 
P. O. Drawer 594, Newark 1, N. J. 

Home Office Representative 

JARDINE. DONALD M. (1942-46) 

Res 5"37 Chicago Ave., Minneapolis i. Minn. 

Bus". 1 South 11th Street, Minneapolis 3, Mum. 

Attorney 
JEHRING, ROBERT B. (1941-44) 

Res US East 8th Street, Muscatine, Iowa 

En's". 216% Iowa Avenue, Muscatine, Iowa 

Lawyer 
JENKINS, CHARLES (1913-40) 

Res 607 NO. Laramie Ave., Chicago 44. Til. 

Bus'. Chicago Crime Commission, 79 W. Monroe 
Street, Chicago, 111. 

I JENKINS, JAMES S. (1942-45) 

1 *r ( . b f40 Kenwood Ave.. Dayton, Ohio 

Bus. 1020 Third National Bids., Dayton L Ohio 
Attorney at Law 
TENN1NGS. HOWARD W. (1942-45) 

roYlOM W 3rd Street, Roswell, New Mex!eo 
llna'. M.ileo Refineries. Inc., P. O. Box 660 Ros- 
well, New Mexico 
Mgr. Land Dept. 
JENSEN, GEORGE T. (1942-45) 

Res. 1051 So. Norton Ay., Los Angeles 0, Calif. 
Bus. Suite 1128 Rowan Bids- 4SS So. Spring St.. 

Los Angeles 13, Calif. 
Attorney 

JBNTZEK, HARRY J. (1906-25) 

Res. 1014 E. 10th St., Brooklyn, V Y. 

Bus Immigration & Naturalization Service, Dept. 

70 Columbus Avenue, New York, N. 1. 
Special Inspector 

(89) 



JERKINS, LEB F. (1042-45) 

Res. 1553 So. Lumpkin St., Athens, Ga. 

Bus. M. S. Cooley, C.P.A., C20 Southern Mutual 1 

BldR., Athens, Ga. 
Public Accountant 

JESTER, ROYSTON III (1942-45) 

Res. 1019 Quarry Road. Lynchburg. Va. 

Bus. Tester & Jester, 1002 Peoples National Bank 

Bldg., Lynchburg, Va. 
Attorney at Law 

JOHNSON. ALBERT U. (1929-42) 

lies. 21ft!) West fiSfch Street, Chicago .10, Illinois 

Bus. Investigators, Inc., Suite 405, 20!) So. La 
Salle, Chicago, 111. 

Pus, Sheriff- Cook County, III,. Room 1022 Coun- 
ty llldg.. Chicngo, 111. 

Chief, Cool; Comity Highway Police 

JOHNSON. CHARI.BR W., JR. (1942-40) 

Res. 415-fith Avenue So., Kirklniul, Wash. 
Run. Powell and Johnson, 20? Rank Building, 

Kirklaud, "Wash. 
Lawyer 

Johnson, don worth n. <ms-4R) 

Res. 122 Velarde ltd., Albuquerque. Xew Mexicfl 
Bus. liat.il, New Mexico 
I tiide Ranch 

JOHNSON, EDWIN N. (1935-37) 

Res. Apt. 106, 414 Seward Sq„ S.E., Washing 
(on 3, D. C 

Bus. Federal Deposit Iimrance Corp., Washing- 
ton 25, D. C. 

JOHNSON, ELBERT K. (1920-31) 

Res. 7303 Hilton Ave., Tnkoma Pails, Md. 
Bus. Farmers Home Administration, U. S. D v pt. 
Agriculture, Room 6006 South Agriculture 
BKlg.. Washington 12, D. C. 
Assl. Chief— Examination Division 
(90) 



JOHNSON, FORREST A. (1942-45) 

Res. 1644 No. Claikson St., Fremont, Nebr. 
Bus. Mupes & Johnson, 205 Petrow Elclg., Fre- 
mont, Xebr, 
Attorney at Law 

JOHNSON, GEORGE R. (1942-45) 

Res. 11543 E, 14th Street, Artesia, Calif. 
Bus. 510 W. 0th Street, Los Angeles 14, Calif. 
1 jjvwyer 

JOHNSON, JOSEPH R. (1933-4(5) 

Res. R.F.D., Hockessin, Dela. 
Bus, Industrial- Trust Company, 100 West 10th, 

Wilmington 90, Dela. 
Asst. Trust Officer & Asst. Treasurer 

JOHNSON. KERMIT E. (1041-46) 

Res' 613 Park Plaine, Park Ridge, 111. 

Bus. Illinois State Chamber of Commerce, 20 N. 

Waeker Drive, Chicago 6, 111. 
Manager Social Security Itept. 

JOHNSON, LEONARD B. (1942-45) 

Res. 30 Elmwooi Road, New Haven 15, Conn. 
Bus. T. M. Byxbee Company, 157 Church Street, 

New Haven 10, Conn. 
Certified Public Accountant 

JOHNSON, MAXWELL C. (1942-46) 
Res. 1784 Aroua St,, St. Paul 8, Minn. 
Bus. Harry Berger & Company, 1699 Lincoln 

Avenue, St, Paul 2, Minn. 
Factory Representative 

JOHNSON, RICHARD A. (1940-43) 

Res. 50 Sunset Drive, Croton-On -Hudson, N. Y. 
Bus. Licensed Beverage Industries, Inc., 10 East 

40th Street, New York 16, N. Y. 
Director, Public Group Relations Div. 
(91) 



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JOHNSON, ROBERT GIBSON (1042-45) 

Res. 333 Eronwood Strict, Westwood Villa -v "4 
Calif, ' " ' 

Uns. Johnson & Ladenberger, 453 S. Spring St., 
(MO Citizens Natl. Bk. Bldg., Los Angeles* 
13, Calif. 

Attorney tit Law 

JOHNSTON, LEO C. (1939-47) 

Bus. 942820th Ave., N.E., Seattle 5, Wash. 
Bus. Warrington & Carskadden, i,h;., rtiui Green- 
wood Ave., Seattle 3, Wash. 
Automobile Dealer 

J01CH, JAMES 1>. (1941-46) 

Res. 6810 South Dante Ave.? Chicago 37, HI. 
Bus. Swift International Co. Ltd., 430 Field 

Bldg., 135 So. I .a Salle St., Chicago 3, 111. 
Accountant 

JONES, ARLIN E. (1939-45) 

Bus. Office of the Provost, Marshal OTA, A. P.O. 

500 % PM, Sun Francisco. Calif. 
Criminal Investigator Supervisor 

JONES, DANIEL R. (1942-45) 

Res. 1709 Seheffer Ave., St. Paul 5, Minn. 

Bus. Ill W. Fifth St., St. Paul 2, Minn. 

Attorney, St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Co, 
JONES, EDGAR ALLEN (1941-45) 

Res. 001-B, The Manor, Alden Park, Philadel- 
phia 44, Pa. 

Bus. The Manor, Alden Park, Philadelphia 44, Pa. 

Asst. to President, Alden Park 

JONES, FRANKLIN C, JR. (1042-46) 
Res. 3731 Albans Rd., Houston, Texas 
Bus. Jones & Kerr, g15 Shell Bids., Houston 2, 

Tea as 
Attorney 

JONES, GRANT D. (1941-45) 

Res. 19701 Freeland Ave., Detroit 21, Michigan 
Bus. Ford Motor Co., 3000 Sehaefer, Dearborn, 

Michigan 
Cost Analyst 

(92) 



JONES, II. HUGH (1927-31) 

Res. 000 N. Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando, 
Fla. 
Bus. I'. O. Box 910, Orlando, Fla. 
Accounting 

JONES, JOHN M. (1935-44) 

Res. 1520 Archer Rd., New York 62, N. Y. 

Bus. Natl. Bd. of Fire Undwrts,, 85 John Street, 

New York 7, N. Y, 
Special Agent 

JONES, MORTON M. (1941-46) 

Res. 729 E, 70th St., Kansas City 5, Mo. 

Bus. R. B. Jones & Sons, Insurance, 301 W. lltli 

Street, Kansas City 6, Mo. 
Salesman 

JONES, ROBERT E. (1941-45) 

Res. 1301 Comstock Drive, Las Vegas, Nevada 
Bus. 206 Beekley Bldg., Las Vegas, Nev. 
Lawyer 

JUDELL, HAROLD It. (1939-44) 

Bus. 407 Carondolet Bldg., New Orleans, La. 
Property Management — Agricultural & Oil 

JUDGE, ROBERT S. (1912-19) 

Res. 8T> Van Reypen St., Jersey City. N. J. 
Bus. 521-51 h Avenue, New York 17, N. Y. 
Law 

JUSKOW, LEONARD L. (1934-42) 

Res. 2137 E. 35th St., Brooklyn 10, N. Y, 

Bus. Duabury Clothes, Inc., 130-5th Avenue, NeW 

York 11, N. Y. 
Comptroller 

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KAHRHOFF, CHARLES A., JR. (1939-46) 

Res. 2312 W. Division St., Grand Island, Nebr. 
Bus, George Cowton Insurance Agency, 312 No. 

Locust Street, Grand Island, Nebraska 
Insurance Agent 

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KAINE, MICHAEL J., JR., (1942-45) 

Res. Ill Wild wood Drive, East, San Antonio 2, 

Texas 
Bus. House, Mercer & Kaine, 1215 National Bank 

of Commerce Bldg., San Antonio 2, Texas 
Attorney at Law 

K ARCHER, ABRAM V. (1931-37) 

Res. 434 Hillside Drive, Big Spring, Texas 
Bus. Cosden Petroleum Corp., P. O. Box 1311, 

Big Spring, Texas 
Secy.-Trons. 

KARPER, SHARPE D. (1940-46) 

Res. 172219th St., N. W., Washing) on 0, D, C. 
Bus, War Assets Admin,, Washington, 1). C 
Special Agent; 

KAUFMAN, MARX S. (1042-4-1) 

Res. 4818 Greenspring Ave., Baltimore 0, M<1. 
Bus. Theodore A. Newhoff Advertising Agency, 

.112-20 Court Square Bldg., Baltimore 2, 

Md. 
Partner 

KAVANAIHJH, (JERAKD I'. (lit.'iS-ll) 

Res. 41(1 Tyrone Ave,, Wilmington 177, Dela. 
Bus, Hercules Powder Company, Legal Depart- 
ment, 900 Market Street, Wilmington 99. 
Dela. 
Lawyer 

KAVANAUGH, JOHN S. ( J !>34 3«> 

• Res. 0139 S. May St., Chicago 20, 111. 

Bus, 77 W. Washington St., Chicago 2, 111. 

Attorney 



KAY, SAMUEL T. 
Res. 07<i7 Indian 
Retired 



(1011-19) 
Creek Drive, Miami Beaeli, Fla. 



KEARNS, JAMES A., JR. (1943-45) 

Res. 3<>91-A, Dover Place, St. Louis 16, Mo. 
Bus. St. Louis Post-Dispatch. St. Louis, Mo. 
News Reporter 

(84) 



KEARNS, JOSEPH T., JR. (1040-41) 

Res. 5701 Charles Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Bus. War Assets Administration, Compliance En- 
forcement Div., Lafayette Building, 5th & 
Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Special Agent 

KEBLINGER, DABNEY L. (1933-41) 

Res. Caller 12 Sur 15-90 San Fernando, Cali, 

Colombia, S.A, 
Bus. The Sydney Ross Co. of Colombia., Edificio 

Plpiano Lloreda Apartado, Aeroe 221, Cali, 

Colombia, S.A. 
Manager 

KEEFER, MILTON W. (1940-46) 

Res. 1007 Oakley Blvd., Las Vegas, Nevada 
Bus. Suite I, EI Portal BIdg., Las Vegas, 

Nevada 
Attorney 

KEEN AN, JOHN G. (1941-45) 

Res. 550-4th Street, Brooklyn 15. N. Y. 

Tins. Alexander and Keewin, 42 Broadway, Kew 

York 4, N. Y. 
Lawyer 

KEENAN, W. WALLACE (1940-45) 

Hew. 207 South 36th Street, Omaha, Nebr. 

Bus. Live Stoi-k National Bank, 4840 So. 24 St.. 

Omaha. Nebr, 
Trust Officer 

KEENEY, FRANK J. (1940-45) 

Res. 2242 Glenneyre Street, Laguna Beach, Calif. 
Bus. 422 So. Coast Blvd., Lagnna Peach, Calif. 
Attorney 



KKLLEHER, CYRIL A. (1942-45) 
Res. 545 E. 14th Street, New York, 
Bus. 40 Wall Street, New York 5, 
Attorney at Law 

(95) 







KELLER, WILLIAM H. (1942 40) 

lies. 175(5-25th St, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 

Bus. Alberf Conn, Int!., Chrysler-Plymouth 

Dealer, IS39 Front Street, Cuyahoga Falls. 

Ohio 
Vice President 

KELLY, PAUL F. (1941-46) 

Res. 474 Emerald Ave., Kan Carlos, Calif. 

Bus. Distributors Association of Northern Cali- 
fornia, 333 Pine Street, Room 303, San 
Francisco, Calif. 

Attorney— Labor Relations 

KELLY, SAM H, (1941-46) 

lies. 62 Ken i! worth Place. Brooklyn 10, N, Y. 
Bus. Pitikorton's National Detective Agency, Inc., 

13 Second Place, Garden City, N. Y.' 
Asst. to Division Manager 

KEMP, JAMES WALLACE (1914-27) 

Res. 1135-lfith Street, N.W, Washington, 1> C 
Bus. Federal Trade Coram,, General Counsel's 

Office, Ttli & Penn Ave.. N.W.. Washing- 

ton, D. C. 
Trial Attorney 



(1940-44) 
Apt. U, Croat Neck, 



KENNEDY, JAMES M. 
Res. 15 Clout Roau 

X. Y. 
Bu.s. II. II. Macy & Co., Herald Square 

York, N. Y. 
Retailing 



New 



KENNEDY, J. CULLEN (1940-45) 

Res. 436 St. Clair, Crosse Pointe 30, Michigan 
Bus. Ballantino, Kennedy and Hnhn, 721 Ford 

Bldg., Detroit 2<>, Midi. 
Attorney at Law 

KENNEDY, MURRY D. (1943-45) 

Res. 361 S Wickersham Lane, Houston 6, Texas 
Bus. National Life Insurant Co., 1704 Sterling 

Bldg., Houston 2. Texas 
Asst, Investment Supervisor & Atty. 



KENNEDY, W. ROBERT (1941-48) 

Res. 159 Columbia Ave., Wheeling, W. Va 

Bus. City of Wheeling, W. Va., City Couutv 

Bldg., Wheeling, West Va. 
Chief of Police. 

KENNEY, JOHN H. (1934-37) 

Res. 219 Racine St., Oelavan, Wise. 

Bus. 311 East Walworth Ave.. Delavan, Wise. 

Attorney at Law 

KENNEY, P .JOSEPH, JR. (1943-46) 

Res. 497 Main street, West Medway, Mass. 
Bus, E. II. White Corp., Boston, Mass. 
Attorney 

KEPPLE, LOWELL J. (1942-46) 

Res. 2113 Parkside Ave., Los Angeles 31, Calif. 
Bus. II. A. Rowan & Company, Real Estate- 
Property Mgmt., Suite 1 300, Rowan Bldg., 
458 So. Spring Street, Los Angeles 13. Calif' 
Asst. Mgr. 

KERR, JAMES II., JR. (1942-4(5) 

Res. 3865 Chevy Chase Drive, Houston 11, Texas 
Bus. Jones & Kerr, 521 Shell Blrlg.. Houston 2, 

Texas 
Attorney 

KILMARTIN, FRANCIS J. (1920-36) 

Res. Ruekman Rd., R.F.D. No. I, Westwood 

N. J. 
Bus. R. H Macy & Co, New York City 

KINCHELOE, ROBERT W. (1941-45) 

Res. 1000 Cecil Ave., Louisville, Ky. 
Bus. War Assets Administration Compliance En- 

forceme.ut l)i v ., Room 034, Big Four Bldg 

C.. Louisville, Ky. 
Attorney 

KING, CARL II. (1940-45) 

Res. 1539 E. 36th Street, Tulsa, Olila. 

Bus. StanoliiHl Oil & G-as Co., Tulsa, Okla 

Attorney— Law Dept. 

(67) 






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KING, FRANCIS J. (1943-46) 

Res. 8 Elmwood Ave., Bridgeport 5, Conn. 
Bus. 1115 Miiiu St root, Bridgeport. 3, Conn. 
Attorney at Law 

KING, JAMES B. (1934-38) 

Res 174 Maple Street, Croton, N. Y. 

Bus Thoroughbred Racing Protective Bureau, 

Inc., Room 811, 405 Lexington Ave, New York 

17, N. Y. 

KINO. ROBERT I.. (1938-45) 

lies 418 E. Arson nc Drive, Klrkwooil 1-, Mo, 
Bus. Southern Comfort Corp., 2121 Olive Street, 

St. Louis 3, Mo. 
Vice President 

KING, WILLIAM T. (1042-45) 

Res. 1251 Arch Terrace, Richmond Heights It, 

Bus. 1420 Boatmen's Bank Bldg., 314 North 

Broadway, St. Louis 2, Missouri 
Attorney 
K1RKPATRICK. THEODORE C. (1942-45) 

Res 180-38 Lewiston Ave.. St. Albans 12, N. Y. 
Bus. Counterattack. 55 West 42ud Street, New 

York 18, N. Y. 
Managing Editor 

KITCHEN, JOHN J. (1042-40 

Res. 37 Main Street, Bridgeport, N. .1. 
Bus. 44 Cooper St., Woodbury, N. J- 
Attorney 
KLAUER. JOHN A., JR. (1941-44) 

Res. 3!) S:nmniR Ave., Huntington, L. I., N. Y. 
Bus! Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, N. 

Y. 
Plant Security 

KLEEK, JAMES M. (1934-3fi) 

Res. 2093 Niles Ave., St. Paul 5, Mum. 

Bus. Securities & Exchange Cotnm., 400 Pioneer 

Bldg., St. Pan! 1, Minn. 
Attorney 

(68) 



KLEIN, NATHANIEL J. (1942-44) 

Res. 3040 Alton Road, Miami Beach 39, Fla. 
Bus. 605 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 39, Flu. 
Attorney 

KLE1NMAN, IRVING (1930-31) 

Res. 1(575 E. 21st St., Brooklyn 29, N. Y. 
Bus. 29 Broadway, New York fi, N, Y. 
Certified Public Accountant 

KLEMP, JOSEPH B. (1942-45) 

Res, 767 W. Nevada St., St, Paul 3, Minn. 

Bus. St. raul Foundry & Mfg. Co., 500 Como 

Avenue, St. Paul 3, Minn. 
Secretary & Treasurer 

KNIGHT, GEORGE L. (1943-46) 

Res. 4500 Ingraham Highway, Coral Gables, Fla. 
Bus. 1415 Pan American Bank Bklg., Miami, Fla. 
Lawyer — Investigator 

KNUTSON, GEOFFREY B. (1941-45) 
Res. Presho, South Dakota 
Bub. Presho Livestock Auction Co., Presho, So. 

Dakota 
Owner 

KOIIN. AARON M. (11130-38) 

Res. 905 Clinton Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bus. Sonjean International Corp., 949 Drexel 

Bldg,. Independence Square, Philadelphia 

6, Pa. 
President (Export Sales & Distribution) 

KOREMAN, HAROLD E. (1041-46) 

Res. 841 New Scotland Ave., Albany 3, N. Y. 
Bus. Donohue & Koreman, 452 Broadway, Room 

24, Albany 7, N. Y. 
Attorney and Asst. District Attorney 

KREMBR, MARTIN J, (1934-37) 

Res. 482(5 Walnut Srteet, Philadelphia 39, Pa. 
Bus, Equitable Lite Assurance Soc. of U. S., 123 

So. Broad Si root, Philadelphia 9, Pa. 
District Claims Representative 
(99) 






K RIDEL, ALAN M. (1942-46) 

Res. 3S Tibbetts Road, Yonkerg 5, N. T. 

Bus. Nathan Straus Duparquet, Inc., 33 Eayt 17th 

Street, New York 3, X. Y. 
Salt's Manager 

KRIEGEL, HENRY E. (1934-36) 

Res. 1731 Lexington Street, Houston 6, Texas 
Bus. 900 Electric Bide., nouston 6, Texas 
Investments— Taxes 

KROFPY, JOSEPH F. (1914-21) 

Res. 1703 Montgomery Avenue, Bronx 53, K. Y. 
Bug, 15 Whitehall Street, New York 4, N. Y. 
Lawyer 

KRUEGER, WILLIAM F. (1942-45) 

Res. 1021 W. Oakwood Blvd., Royal Oak, Mich. 

Bus. Iford Motor Co., Schaefer Rd„ Detroit 
Mich. 

Accountant 
KUEIINER, HOWARD M. (1042-45) 

Res. 2235 Wood Street, Philadelphia, I'a. 

Bum. 400 Crozer Bide, 1420 Chestnut: Street, 
Philadelphia 2, Pa. 

Attorney at Law 

KUNCK. PEYTON H. (1042-40) 

Res. 4434 N. Ashland, Chicago. 111. 

Bus. Joplin Building, 1328^ Walnut St. Murphys- 

boro, 111. 
Attorney at Law 



LACKEY, F. JOSEPH (1928-40) 

Res. 2415 Ella Lee Lane, Houston 6, Texas 
Bus. Consolidated Steel Corp., 049 M & M Bldg., 

Houston i, Texas 
Vice President 
LADENBERGER, DON A. (1938-46) 

Res. 4145 Sunnyslopc Ave., Sherman Oaks, Calif. 
Bus, Johnson & Ladenberger, 940-942 The 
Citizens National Bank Bldg, 433 So. 
Spring Street, Los Angeles 13, Calif. 
Attorney 

(100) 



LAPLIN, JAMES C. (1941-45) 

Res. 6 Brighton Way, Clayton 3, Mo. 

Bus. Southern Comfort Corp., 2121 Olive Street, 

St. Louis 3, Mo. 
Asst, Secretary — Treasurer 

LA FLURE, WILLIAM R. (1941-40) 
Res. Iveeseville, New York 
Bus. Kingsland Building, Keeseville, N. Y. 
Attorney at Law 

LA FOND, CHARLES J. (1940-41) 

Res. 526 S. Suoville Ave., Oak Park, 111. 
Bus. 2537 W. Taylor St., Chicago 12, 11]. 
C.P.A.— Asst. Comptroller 

LA PRANCE, CHARLES R. (1934-35) 

Res. 20 N. Oakwood Ct, Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

LA MASTER, LEWIS M. (1942-45) 

Res. 1503 Sul Ross Street, Houston 6, Texas 
Bus Moroney, Beissnor & Co., 812 Rusk Ave., 

Esperson Bldg.. Houston 2, Texas 
Securities Broker 

LA MEASURE, SHERMAN L. (1942-46) 

Res. 1731 Dorchester, Birmingham, Mich. 
Bus. La Measure Bros,, Inc., 1450-1520 Twenty 

First St., Detroit 16, Mich. 
General Manager 

LANCTOT, ROBERT E. [1940-46) 

Res. 1174 Clayton Street, San Francisco 17, Calif. 
Bus. Shearer & Thomas, 1 Montgomery Street, 

San Francisco 4, Calif. 
Attorney 

LANDREE, BERT J. (1943-44) 

Res. 2232 Senbury Avenue, Minneapolis 4, Minn. 
Bus. American Associated Insurance Cos., 1690 
North Western National Bank Bldg., Min- 
neapolis 2, Minn. 
Claims Mgr. & Altomcy 

(101) 



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LANPSNAES, ERI.IXG R. (11)39-45) 

Res. 3918 W. 58th Place, Los Angeles 43, Calif. 
Bus. The Federal Bearings Co., Inc., 5*10 Wil- 
tshire Blvd., Los Angeles 36, Calif. 
Western Representative 

LANDTBOM, WILLIAM A. (1940-45) 

Res. 50 Rosewood Drive, San Francisco 16, Calif. 
Bus. Itariigmi Weldcnmuller Co., 344 Kearny 

Street, San Francisco 8, Calif. 
Real Estate Broker 

LANE, CHARLES H. (1917-10) 

Res. 400 Pel ham Road, New Rochelle, N. Y. 
Bus. fit) John Street, New York 7, N. Y. 
Lawyer, Tort Specialist 

LANGDON, JACK M. (aka Geo.) (1040-45) 
Res. (500 N. Bailey. Fort Worth 7, Texas 
Bus. TTill, Paddock & Langdon, 608 First Nation- 
al Bank Rldg., Fort Worth 2. Texas 
Attorney 

LAPACHET, ROBERT A. (1939-45) 

Res. 32 Cole Street, San Francisco 17, Calif. 
Bus. Southern Comfort Corporation, 312 Mer- 
chants Exchange Bldg., 46f> California Street, 
Run Francisco 4, Calif. 
Regional Representative — Western Area 



LARGE, WILLIAM J. (1916-21) 
Res. 148-55-87th Avenue. Jamaica 
Retired — Accountant 



N. Y. 



BARREN, 'A. ERNEST (1037-45) 

Res. 3004 Perry Ave., Bronx 58, N. Y. 
Bus. Railway Express Agency, Inc., 212 

43rd Street, New York 17, N. Y. 
Prevention & Security Dept. — Asst. to Manager 



East 



LARSON, WILLIAM (1925-35) 

Res. 1832 North 7th Ave., Phoenix, Arizona 
Bus. Vegetable Growers Assoc, of Arizona, Hotel 

Adams, Phoenix, Arizona 
Managing Secretary 

(102) 




LAVELLE, THOMAS P. (1942-43) 

Res. 68 West 87th Street, New York 24, N. Y. 
Bus. Mutual Benefit H & A Co., 102 Maiden Lane. 

New York, N. Y. 
Sales Representative 

LAWRANCE, ROBERT E. (1934-35) 

Res. "Seven Oaks," P. O. Box 432, San Carlos, 

Calif. 
Bus. War Assets Administration, 1882 Market 

Street, San Francisco 2, Calif. 
Administration (Head of Small Business Branch) 

LAWRENCE, H. BEMIS (1940-46) 

Res. 2630 Landor Avenue, Louisville, Ky. 

Bus. 1110-1111 Kentucky Home Life Building, 

Louisville 2, Ky, 
Attorney at Law 

LAWRENCE, STEPHF.N T. (1941-47) 

Res. 188-23 Woodhull Ave., HoIlLs 7, Queens, 

N. Y. 
Bus. li, C. A. -Victor, Front & Cooper Sfs.. Cam- 
den, N. J. 
Ceneral Security Officer 

LAWRENCE. WILLIAM V. (1942-44) 

Res. Stamford Road, Bedford Village, N. Y. 
Bus. Lawrence Management Co.. 4 Valley Ron A, 

Bronxville, N. Y. 
Real Estate Investment & Management 

LA WRY, JOSEPH S. (194.1-47) 

Res. 1280 Hamilton Ave., Palo Alto, Calif. 

Bus. Santa Clara County District Attorney's 

Office. Court House, Sail Jose, Calif. 
Deputy District Attorney 

LEACH, JOHN E. (1942-45) 

Res. 167 St. James Place, Buffalo 9, N. Y. 
Bus. Brown, Kelly Turner & Symons, 440 M. & 
T. Bldg., Buffalo 2, N. Y. 

Attorney 

(103) 



LEAHY, HOWARD J. (1042-45) 

Res. Seton Hall College, South Orange, N. J 
Bus. Trustees of Seton Halt College, South 

Orange, X, J. 
Dean of College 

LEAHY, JOHN F. (1943-48) 

Res. 612 Crysler St., Brookline, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
line. United Steel workers of America. Dist. 19, 

400 Lock Street, Tarentum, Pa. 
Staff Representative (Attorney) 

LECKIE, ARTHUR B. (1334-40) 

Res. 44!) K. Orlando Ave., Los Angeles 36. Calif. 
Bus. 0410 Wilshiiv Blvd., Los Angeles 30, Calif, 
Confidential Investigations 

LEDDY, RAYMOND G. (1938-43) 

Res. 40- M Ithaca Street, Elm hurst, L.I., N. Y. 

LEE, LELAND G., JR. (1940-44) 

lies. 4000 Northway Drive, Dallas, Texas 
Tins. 2110 North Field Street, Dallas 1, Texas 
Construction— W. H. Cothbum & Co. 

LEHMAN, WALLACE H. (1942-45) 

Res. 300 Prospect St., rewaukee. Wise. 
Bus. 3000 Montana, Milwaukee, Wise. 
Manager Sales Order Dept. 



LEMAIRE, ARNOLD J. 
Res. Pleasure Riilgt 

Station, Ky, 
Bus. 722 Marion E. Tavlor 

Ky. 

At torney 



(1934-41) 
Park. P.M. 



31 W. Valley 



Bldg., Louisville 2, 



LEONARD, WILLIAM C. (1941-45) 

Res. 1904 Idlewild Drive, Lima, Ohio 
Bus. Bentley, Neville, Cory & Boesel, 504 Col- 
onial Finance Bldg., Lima, Ohio 
Attorney 

LESLIE, HARRY C, JR. (1941-44) 

Bus. Deer Lake, Shady Knoll, Park Falls, Wis- 
consin 
Manufacturers Representative 
(104) 



LESLIE, HENRY M. (1942-45) 

Res. 17 Althea Lane, Larchmorit, N. Y. 

Bus. Leslie & Co., 40 Worth Street, New York, 

Partner 

LEVIN, LEON (1930-45) 

Res. 227 S. Columbia Ave,, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Bus. War Assets Administration, 155 W. Wash- 
ington Blvd., Los Angeles, Calif. 
Special Agent 

LEVY, RICHARD L. (1942-45) 

Res. 2001 Parkway, Philadelphia 30, Pa 
Bus. Murdoch, Paxson, Kalish & Green, 2635 
FidcIity-PLIla. Trust Bldg., Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

Attorney at Law 

LEWIS, HORACE A. (1918-25) 

Res. 13 Park Ave., Sommerville, Muss. 

Bus. H. A. Lewis & Son, 7 Holland Street, 

Boiuerville, Mass. 
Real Estate Appraisal 

LEWIS, MARVIN W, (1940-45) 

Res, 1332 Albany Ave., Brooklyn 3, N. Y. 
Bus. 31 Nassau Street, New York 5, N. Y. 
Attorney at Law 



LEYI1E, FRED H. (1941-48) 

Res. 1015 Bernice Avenue, Kirkwood, Mo. 
Bus. Thomas W. Garland's. Inc., St. Louis, 
Superintendinit of Operations 



Mo. 



LIE!!, JOSEPH P. (1925-31) 

Res. 2007 Bay shore Blvd., Tampa 6, Fla. 
Bus. Citizens Building, Tampa 1, Florida 
Lawyer 



LIGHT, CLAUDE 

Res. 91 fi Julia i 

Bus. Rooms 3f 

Street, ]'; 

La wye- 



P. (1917-32) 

ia Street, Purkersburg, West Va. 
> & 36, Citizens Bank Bldg. 4th 
irkersburg. West Va. 

(105) 



. I-:! 



J'-. . 



$• 




AiiKoIee 34, Calif rh Strp,,t - Ij °s 

Attorney 

>*"sonnH Mana^-HM™"' £ 
I-OCKEH&LAN, ALLEN E (1D , j2 , n 

BJ^W Hurt BI.Hr.. A tl a t ;^'^ t,a,,t; '' ""■ 

I-OCKRBM, J. DUI)LKT 

«es. 405! j 0hllS01[ A ^ £ _ 

Bus. Seully-Jones . r " t * Mj S P»»OT- IH. 

V».-o President and SociWy 

L0 1 { n \?o ONALD ™V 

He*. 420 west Second St. Los 
«»-■ State of California,' D 1>t 

Referee, Industrial 
Accident Commission 

M? Sfto * N - H ' Bh Slwt - ™'" "bus 

Representative 
LOMONT, ALLEN C. <1 94 <M5) 

«<>*- +121 South Wayne w.r , m 

Lawyer g "' " ^'Lvuo 2, Indiana 



LONGM1RE, GEORGE (1942-45) 

Res. 2211 University Avenue, Grand Forks, North 

Dakota 
Jus. T'/, So. 4th St., Grand ic„ rka , No . Dakota 
Attorney at Law 

LOOK, RICHARD W. (1941-45) 

Res. 184<i E. ()„ter Drive, Detroit 12, Mich. 



Bus. War Assets Ad 

Mile, D 
Special A Kent 



iiiistrfitioii, 15000 w. Ki'Eht 
Mile, Detroit, Mich. 



Angeles 12, Calif. 

Of Industrial 

■ os An-eles VJ, 



LORD, CLARENCE I, (1934-38) 
Res. R. D. 5, Trenton, N J. 
Una. N. J. Mgre. Casualty Ins. Co., 383 W State 

Street, Trenton 8. N. J, 
Attorney 

LORRY, WILFRED R. (1034-44) 

Koa. 459 u„ clt <„(.„ Drive, wynuowoort Pa 
Bn». Freed man, Laiuly and Lorry, 900 Jefferson 
«hlW., 1015 Chestnut St., Philadelphia 7, 

Lawyer 

LOSTY, WILLIAM J. (194^44) 

TI.-P. 353383rd Street. Jackson IIei E hl. N Y 
Hum. Insurance Co. of No. Ameriea,' 00 John 

street, New York, N, Y. 
Investigator 

I'OTT, Y. D., JR. (4932-34) 

R<>s. E. Wimbledon Rd„ Spring Hill Ala 

Bus. Gulf, Mobile & Ohio Railroad Co., 104 St 

Francis Street, Mobile 5, Ala 
Lawyer (Title: Genera] Attorney) 



LOVE, WILLIAM T., JR. (11142-40) 

Pes. 4" Gle.uvoUe Park, Ttirrytowii. N Y 
His. Davies, Auerbncr,, Cornell & Hardy 

Mall Street. New York, N. Y 
Attorney 



■ i . — . j. 




MC CAIN, DANIEL I. (1935-3U) 

Res. 3058 Cheltenham Place, Chicago 43, HI. 
Bus. Chicago Crime Comm., 7!) W.' Monroe 

Street, Chicago 3, 111. 
Investigator 

MC CALLTJM, RALPH G. (1930-34) 

Res. 2727-KI4th Street, Flushing, N. Y. 
Bus. Association or Casualty &' Surety Coiupa,- 
nies. (10 John Street, Room 1202, New York 
7, N. Y. 

Aft'OlllltiLlll. 

MC CARTHY, EMMKTT F. (1038-40) 

Res. 3520 Webster St.. Kan Francis,, 2a Calif 
Bus. 41 Sutter Street, Room 220 Chancery Wg.. 

San Francisco 4, Calif. 
Private Investigator 

McCarthy, Joseph p. (1029-35) 

Res. 3530 Clnringtou Ave,, Los Angeles 34 Calif 
Jtiia. 5478 Wilshiro Blvd., Los Angeles 30 Calif 
J Ins. 545 Spreekels Rklg., San Diego 1, Calif 
Private Investigator 

MC CARTHY, JUSTIN H. (1930-30) 

Res. 7632 Sangamon Street, Chicago 20, Illinois 
Bus. Veterans Administration, 3Cfi West Warns 

Street, Chicago, 111. 
Lawyer 

I\IeCoN\\K|,u WILLIAM E. (1942-43) 

Ron. n.l Idaho Street, Lewistown, Molilalia 
Jinn. Smowj Distributing Co., 711 Idaho Streel, 

Lewistown, Montana 
' Owner 

MeCORMACK, DW1CHT L. (1029-44) 

Res. 4338 University Blvd., Dallas 5, Texas 
Bus. 1110 Liberty Bank lihlg., Dallas 1, Texas 
Attorney at Law 

McC READY, CHARLES J. (1043-4(5) 

Res. 3419 Stettinius Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 
Bus. Wm. Wrigley, Jr. Company, 410 N. Michi- 
gan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 
Aset. Sales Manager 

fllO) 



MC DADE, THOMAS M. (1034-38) 

lies. 4 Itose7uero St., Rye, New York 

Bus. General Foods Corn., 250 Park Ave. New 

York, X. Y. 
Accounting Manager 

MC DEVI XT. JOSEPH F. (1917-40) 

Res. 51 AHandale Rd. (Overbrook), Philadelphia 

31, Pa. 
Retired — Investigator 

Mcdonald, Chester (1042-45) 

Res. 201 Xesmilh Street, Lowell. Mass. 
Bus, 45 Merrimack Street, Lowell, Mass. 
Lawyer 

MC DONALD, MALVERN G. (1942-46) 

Rss. 1414 North Lauderdale, Odessa, Texas 

Bus. llfi Hendricks RIdg.. P. O. Box 3083, Odessa, 

Texas 
Attorney and Counselor at Law 

MCDONOUGH, JAMES J, (1939-45) 

Res. 17fi Anstice St., Oyster Bay, N. Y. 

Bus. Mtlwards, Froelieh & McDonough, 1501 

franklin Ave., Miueola, N. Y. 
Al torney 

MC ELROY, GEOTtGL H. (1938-30) 

Res. 749 Linden Avenue, Elizabeth 2, N. J. 
Bus. Lnmbermeas Mutual Casualty Co., Ray- 
mond Commerce Bldg., 1180 Raymond 
lilvrl., Newark 2, N. J. 
Attorney 

MC ENTEE, JOHN P. (1040-44) 

Res. 321 Fairmount Ave., Jersey City, N. J. 
Bus, M. J. Carpinello Co., 2 Broadway, Room 

A-4, New York 4, N, Y. 
Asst Mgr, 

MC FEEI.Y, DENNIS E. (1941-44) 

Res. 925 Washington Street, Hoboken, N. J. 
Bus. City of Hoboken, N. J„ I'olice Headquart- 
ers, Iloboken, N. J. 
Cliief of Police 

(111) 



MC GAHEY, OSCAR IB. (1912-4(1) 

Res. 2223 Glen Canyon Ed.. Altadena, Cnlif. 
Bus. Parkway Ford Sales, 101 S. Arroyo Park- 
way, Pasadena, Calif. 
Sales Mgr. 

MC GAREAGHY, FRANCIS I. (1933-42) 

Res. 1202 I'ortner Road, Alexandria. Va. 
Bus. Investment Bids., 15th & K Rl'js., Washing- 
ton, 1). 0. 
Lawyer 

MC GILLIVRAY, GILBERT J. (1041-43). 
Res. 1021 S.W. 1st Street, Miami, Fla. 
Bus. Maeken Adjustment Service. 712 Pacific 

BIdj*., Miami, Fla. 
Insurance Adjuster & Surveyor 

MeGOLDRICK, JAMES C. (11)42-45) 

Res. 325 E. 41st Sireet, New lork 17, X. Y. 
Bus. Moore & Schky, 100 Broadway, New York 

5, N. Y. 
Investment Counsel 

MC GREEVY, JAMES It. (1911-Mi) 

Res. 5105 Capitol Avenue. Omaha, NVIir. 
Bus, (il.S Kecline ltld K ., Omaha. Nehr. 
Attorney 

McGUINNENS. ROBERT E. (l!)42-4«) 

Res. fi-1S-83rii Street, Brooklyn f>, X. y. 

Tins. Jolm VVanamakor. \e\v York, 7S1 Hroadway, 

New York i). N. Y, 
Pry lection Manager 

MC OUIEE, LLOYD II. (1043-44) 

Ren. 212 E. 21, Tulsa, Okla. 
Hum. The Texas Co., Box 42-Ifi. Tulsa, Okla. 
Attorney— Legal Dept. 

MC GURTY, ARTHUR I. (104(i-lS) 

Rf>B. 260 Seaman Ave., New York, X. Y. 
(112) 



MC HENRY, ROY C. (1917-20) 

Res. 104 rrospoct St., Binghamton, N Y 
Bus. 9,-99 Collier Street, Binghamton 02 N Y 
Lawyer— Author 

MC INKRNBY, JAMES M. (1935-3S) 

Res. ZMH University AveJitie, Ilroiix N V 
Bus. 3200-10 Street, N.W., Washington, l> 'c 
first Assl. Tax Div., U.K. Dept. Justice 

MC 1NTOSH, DONALD P. (1942-44) 

Res. 2(547 Midvale Avenue, Los Angeles 34 Calif 
Bus. Sterling Top & Cabinet Co., 2817 Empire 

Ave., Burbank, Calif. 
Secty-Trcas. 

Mclaughlin-, jotin j. (1940-15) 

Rck. 037-41 St., Des Moines, Iowa 

Bus. 602 Hiilibell Bid*., Des Moines. Iowa 

Attorney 

McLAUGHLIN, JOHN JOSEPH (1942-4(1) 

Ees. 22 Bellingham Road. Brookline GT. Mass 
Bus. Rooms 7M-708. 20 Pemburton Square, Bos- 
ton 8, Mass. 
Attorney at: Law 

MC LAUGIILIN, JOHN T. (192(1-41) 
Res. 775 California St., Reno, Ncv. 
Ens. 15 East 1st St., Reno, Nov. 
Attorney 

MC LBNDON, JOHN B. (1940-44) 

Res. 243 N. Gracelaud Ave., Des Plaines 111 
Bus. Investigators, Inc., Suite 405, 209 So La 

Salle St., Chicago 4, 111. 
Investigator 

MC LEOD, JOHN 8. (1940-45) 

Res. 1414 West 5th St., Olyinpia, Wash 
Bus. Washington State Patrol, Legislative Build- 
ing: Olyinpia, Wash. 
Asst. Chief 

(113) 



MC MA HON/, V. ROY (1042-45) 

Res. 317-17-240 Street, Elmoiit, N. y. 

Bus. 270 Miuijsoii Avenue, New York If) X y 

Certified Public Accountant 

MC NARY, JAMES II. J. (194. 3 -4r,) 

Res. Sft.'tt Bcaehwood, Pine Lawn 20, Mo 

Hus. Merchants Finance Co., 215 Full'erton Bldg-., 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Manager 

MC NULTY, WILLIAM J. (I'HfWO) 

lit>s. Iu7> Sutherland Road, Trenton 8, N. J, 
Hus. New Jersey Manufacturers Casualty Instir- 
anee Company, 3f>3 West State Street, Tren- 
ton 8, N. J. 
Counsellor at Law 

MC I'HATL, C. W. (1918-29) 

Res. 4315 Yale Street, Houston 8, Texas 
Hus. Houston Lighting & Power Co, 1020 Walk- 
er Street, Houston 1, Texas 
Vice President 

MC TWICGAN. RUSSELL A. (15)20-24) 

Res. ;i!2 K Seaside Ave., Honolulu, Hawaii 
MeVAY, DONALD R. (1042-45) 

Res. Ifll.'i Sherman, Evantfton, 111. 
Hus. Special St(,ndin K Coinm., American News- 
paper Publishers Asm... 3fi() x. Michigan 
Ave., Room KiOO, Chicago 1, 111. 
Labor Relations 
Mrt'AY, WILLIAM P. (1041-45) 

Res. 141 Wash in -ton Street, Bradford. Pa 

Hus. MeVny & McVay, 04 Main Street, Bradford, 

Pa, 
Attorney at Law 
MAAR, DAVID E. (1940-45) 
Res, Blackbeard's Hill, 

Island 
Bus, Maas & Bailey, P 

Amalie, St. Thomas, _,_ 

Attorney also Editor and owner, THlif RE4C1T 
COMBER * 



St. Thomas, Virgin 

O. Box iiffl), Charlotte 
Virgin Inland 



MACK, EDGAR E. (1942-46) 

Res. 125 Irving Place, Storm Lake low, 
Bus, Mack & Mack ms T -,i-I * 

Lake, Iowa ° A ™ nue ' Storl » 

Attorney 

MA Ref lo'vt t WM '■ (1W "*«) 

Bu ' Smith / ,a .. Pla<M ' 8rra<!,lfie 10 - *■ T. 
^us. SMiiith, Sovik, Levinp A in„i , 

^ Wilson Rid,.', s; r aeuse\ K Y h;lrdS011 ' ^ 
Attorney at Law 

MACKENZIE, EDWARD H. m41 47 , 

J»». « Clifton Avenue, High a ,d r,,t f„ 
Bus. Veriflne Poods, i„ T]0 71 , ^ U 
. t ftreet, Chicago «, imnl' 1 - *' B,Uld0 *" 
•«st. to the President 

HACKLE JAMES W. (1!)40 _ 44) 

V\., Washington, D. C. 
MADALA, johk L. ( li)33 . 46) 

Eos. 1272 S.W. 15th Street, Miami 32 Fla 

m,i„ , „ , te * acin * Ass °c„ Camden, N. J 
Hwleah Race Course, Miami, Fla 
Director of Safety 

Statistician atul Rcscwh Ana]yst 

MA R?^ r T EETD - aM2 -«> 

JMADIC-AN, JOHN* T, (mG _ i3) 

««■■«. 1. Randolph Terrace, Radium, N T 
Bus. Hankers Indemnity I lB Co ^ w t 

Street, N'ewirt N j Washmgton 

Attorney & Supt . of ' Investigation 
(115) 



MAGINNESS, GEORGE P. (1042-45) 

lies. 32 Warren St., Apt:. 3IJ, Nntk'y ]0, N. J. 
Bus. Harrington Associates, Inc., 52 Vamlerbilt 

Avenue, Nov York 17, N. Y. 
Personnel Consultant 

MA(!EAW, THOMAS II. (If) (3-1 1) 
Res. Mil in Street, Cadiz, Ky. 
Bus. Trigs Comity Fanners Hank, Main Street, 

Cadiz, Kentucky 
Insurance & Trust Official 

MAI IAN, CHARLES A. (1941-43) 

Res. Snug Harbor Road, Milford, Conn. 

Bus. Chance Vo light Aircraft, Stratford, Conn. 

Supt. Plant Protection 

MAHAN, JAMES F. (1941-45) 

Ilea. 19 Everett Street, Cambridge 38, Mass. 
Bus. Costello, Mortm & Milium, 31 State Street, 

Boston, Mass, 
Attorney 

MA11EU, ROBERT A. (1940-47) 

Res. II Sheldon Place, Watervilte, We. 

Bum. New England Purchase & Sales Company, 

Main Street, Waterville, Maine 
Broker 

MAULER, K1JWAH1) J- (1941-40) 

Res. 170(5 Lamberts Mill Bond, Westtield 20. N. J. 
Bus. Stan da I'd Oil Development Co,, 1-5 Broad 

Street, Elizabeth, N. J. 
Attorney- ■ Patent Matters 

JiAHOX. JOHN' J. (19-12-40) 

lies, 07 Greenwood Avenue, East Orange, N. J. 
Bus. Mutual Life Insurance Co., 34 .Nassau 
Street, New lork, N. Y. 

MA1ION. BOBEHT F. (1942 44) 

Res. P. O. Box 69, Avalon, Santa Cntalina Island, 

Calif. 
Bus. % Police l>ept., Avalon, Santa Oatalinn 

Inland. Calif. 
Cliief of Pol hie 

(116) 



MAIIOXKY, ROBERT (1942-47) 

Bus. Holiday Inn, Lake Placid. N. Y. 
Hotel Owner 

MAIN', ROBERT ,!. (11137-45) 

Res. Hillsdale Farms, Belknap, III, 
Bus. P, O. Box: 170, Metropolis, 11!, 
Attorney 

MALEN, GORDON M. (1942-45) 

Res. 5133 Sheridan Ave., S., Minneapolis 10, Minn. 
Bus. First National Bank of Minneapolis, 5th at. 

Marquette, Minneapolis 2, Minn. 
Advertising and Public Relations 

MAI.ONE, LEE F. (1933-40) 

lli'K. 11591 Nottiughan Rd., Detroit 24, Midi. 
Bus. Murray Corp. of America, 7700 Russell St.. 

Detroit 11, Michigan 
Supervisor of Protection & Services 

MANKAS, STANLEY F. (1941-44) 

Res. 1415 Clearview Street, Philadelphia 41. Pa. 
Bus, 2901-04 P.S.F.S. Bldg., Philadelphia 7, Pa. 
Lawyer 

MANNING, JOHN ,7. (1930-34) 

Res. 16 Banckcr Place, New Rochelle 7, N. Y. 
Bus, Manning. Harnisch & Homager, Esqs., 7 Day 

Street, New York 7, N. Y. 
Attorney 

MARTIN, DELMAS E. (1942-44) 

lies. R.ir.n. No. (i, Box ;j95, Tulsa, Okln. 
Bus. 70S Oil Capital Bldg., Tulsa, Okln. 
Attorney 

MARTIN, HAROLD A. (1934-39) 

Res. 3C93 Hedrick Street, Jacksonville 5, FJa. 
Bus, Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce, 227 
West Forsyth Street, Jacksonville 2, Flor- 
ida 
Manager- Dept. of Government 
(117) 



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MARTIN, HENRY N. (1940-45) 

Res. 803 N.W. Twth St., Miami, Fin. 
litis. P. O. Box 2711, Raleigh, N. C. 

MARTINEK, FRAXK V. (1021-25) 

Ites, 4910 East End Ave., Chicago 15, 111. 

Bus. Standard Oil Co. (Indiana), 910 South 

Michigan Avenue, Chicago i>, 111. 
Assistant Vice President; also creator of "Don 
Win slow of the Navy." 

MARX, EDMUND W. (1947-48) 

Res. Fldridge Garden Apts., Apt.. 12A, West 
Collin g.swood, X. ,T. 

MATTERN, STANLEY (J. (1039-45) 

Res. 1232 No. Broad, Galesburg, III. 
Tins. Nash Kclviriator Sales Corp., Keivinator 

Div., 600 Lake Shore Dr.. Chicago 11, 111. 
I Mstrict Salesmanager 

MATTHEWS, BLAYNEY F. (1926-28) 

Pes, 44P>3 Lodge Avenue, North Hollywood, Calif. 
Bus. Warner Bros. Pictures. Inc., 4000 West Olive 

Avenue, Burhank, Calif. 
Director of Plant Protection & Personnel 

MAX. C. Wll.LARO (1941-46) 

lies. 1108 Collingwood Drive, St. Louis 14, Mo. 
(!us. 7720 Foray I he Blvd.. Clayton ">, IMo. 
Attorney at Law 

MAY, ALFRED A. (1929 31) 

Res. 18318 Oak Drive, Detroit, Michigan 

Bus. 1150 National Bank Bid},'., Detroit Michigan 

Attorney at Law 

MAYER, ALAN II, (1940-45) 

Res, 504 Main Ave., Clinton, Iowa 

Bum. 205-207 West on Bids., Clinton, Jnwa 

Attorney ;it Law 

MAYER, ROBERT E. (1940-45) 

Res. 1009 Lomhard Street, San Francisco 9, Calif. 
Bus. 10 Beaie Street, Room 310, San Francisco 5, 

Calif. 
Public Relations Consultant 
(11R) 



MAYO, GEORGE It. (1914-33) 

Res. I*. O. Box 846, Littlefield, Texas 

MEEJIAN, FRANK J. (1923-28) 

Res. 21." East 4th Street, Brooklyn 18 N Y 
Bus. Median & Poole, 120 Broadway, ' New York 

5, N. Y. 
S. E. C. Consultant 

MEGAHAN, JOHN II. (1943-47) 

Res. 23 West 91st Street, New York "4 N Y 
Bus. Allied Chemical & Dye Corp., 61 Broadway 

33rd Floor, New York (J, X. Y. 
Attorney 

MEHOS. JOHN A. (11)41-47) 

Res. 74 Mary St., Arlington 74, Muss 
Bns. Devine, York & Volpe, 11 Beacon Street 
Boston, Mass. 

Attorney 

MELBEHG, ROBERT L. (1940-43) 

Res, 1520 Newton St., N.W., Washington 10, I). C. 

Bus. C. I. G., Washington 13, D. C. 

Government Employee 
MELBY. ARTHUR L. (1940-46) 

Res. nth Avenue So., No. 29, Guatemala City, 
Central America. 

Bus. I'apelem Centro-Americana, 9th Calle, Ori- 
ente No. 22, Guatemala City, C. A. 

Owner of Paper Factory 

MELONE. RALPH E. (1942-44) 

Pes. 120 Gleiivlew Drive, Dos Moines, Iowa 
Bum. Bankers Trust Bldg., Des Moines, Iowa 
Certified I'uhHe Accountant 

MEREDITH, JAMES II. (1942-44) 

Res. Poi'taKeville, Mo. 

Attorney at Law 

MERRICK, WAYNE (1926-34) 

Pes. 280 Mill Spring Road, Manhasset, N. Y 
Bus. Association of Casualty & Surety Cos., 00 
John Street, Room 1202, New York 7 N Y 
Insurance 

(119) 



MEUUITT, EDWARD K. (HKK-.'JT) 

Res. 471 S. Ogden Drive, Los Angeles 3G, Calif. 

MWUTZ. JOHN C. (l!>3f>-39) 

lies. 3211 -Iftt li Street, North, Arlington, Va. 
H,is, Vetera na Administration, 15f.li & Vermont 

Ave., N.W., Washington 25, D. C. 
Inspection- -Investigation Officer 

MESSNER, ERNEST J. (1930-31) 

Res. 2303-3rd Ave. West, Hibbing, Minn. 

Bus. Board of Tax Appeals. State of Minnesota, 

328 State Capitol, St. Paul 1, Minn. 
Lawyer 

MKTCALT. rj.KNN C, .TR. (1041-47) 

Res. Mnvlllc. Town 

H\is. Croasey & Me ten If, Moville, Iowa 
Tins. Creasey & Mctcalf, Kiugsley, Iowa 
Attorney 

METCALFE, JAMES J. (1831-35) 

Res. .WOO West Amherst, Dallas 0, Texas 

Una. Chicago Sun-Times Syndicate, 211 West 

Wacker Drive, Chicago 6, 111. 
I'oet (Author of "Portraits," a syndicated poem- 
a-day feature that appears in more than 100 
newspapers from coast to coast and in Dub- 
lin, Ireland) 

MKYKR, CILBKRT II. (1935-41) 

Res. 184-16 Tudor Rd., Jamaica Estates, L. I„ 

N. Y. 
Rus. Abraham & SI muss, Inc., 420 Fulton Street, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Supt. of Warehouse 



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MIDDU'IKAUFF, M. PAXIL, JR. (1843-45) 

Res 1K700 Marlowe Ave, Detroit 19, Mich. 
Bus. Michigan Mutual Liability 
Avemic, Detroit 26, Mich. 
Salesman 

(120) 



MILLAR, LAURON F. (1917-18) 

Res. 325 W. Lomita Ave., Glendale 4, Calif. 
Bus. Joe Stewart & Assc, 458 S. Spring Street, 

"Los Angeles, Calif. 
Investigator 

MILLER, ALBERT (1927-36) 

Res. 144-10 70th Road, Kew Gardens Hills, Flush- 
ing, L. I., N. Y. 

Bus. Bur. of Internal Revenue Service, TJ. S. 
Treasury Dept., 253 Broadway, New York 7, 
N. Y. 

Special Investigator 

MILLER, DANIEL (1943-46) 

Res. 'Overbrook' Toms Rd. T Stamford, Conn. 
Bus. The Miller Agency, 300 Main Street, Stam- 
ford, Conn. 
Insurance & Law 

MILLER, HOWARD H. (1935-43) 

Res. 923 So. Parkview St., Los Angeles 6, Calif. 
Bus. Office of Housing Expediter, 1206 Santee 

St., Los Angeles 15, Calif. 
Compliance Supervisor 

MILLER, ROSS A. (1934-41) 

Res. 1466 Cardiff Street, Los Angeles 35, Calif. 
Bus. North American Aviation, Inc., Municipal 

Airport, Lob Angeles, Calif. 
Director of Plant Protection 

MILOVICII, FRANCIS S., JR. (1939-45) 

Res. 44 Garden Place, Apt. 4A, Brooklyn 2, N. Y. 
Bus. Bristol-Myers Co., 630-FIfth Avenue, New 

York 20, N. Y. 
International Division 

MINCHER, ELMO C. (1942-47) 

Res. 6142 N. 8th St., Apt. C, Philadelphia 20, Pa. 
Bus. Philadelphia Steel & Wire Corp., Perm St. 

& Belfield Ave., Philadelphia 44, Pa. 
Asst. to Vice President 
(121) 




MITCHELL, WM. 11. (1941-45) 

litis. 3103 W. Houston Street, San Anionic 7, 

Texas 
I'.us. K)lh District OSI (10) TJSAF, Kelly Air 

Force liuse, Siiii Antonio, Texas 
Investigator 

MIZE, RAY (1B40-43) 

Ron. 1832 S.E. Hazel Strict, Portland 14, Oregon 
Bus, 14:51 American Bank BUlg.. Portland •">. 

Oregon 
Attorney 

MOFFETT. REXFOKD W. (1943-44) 

lies. 031 South Main St., Orrville, Ohio 

Bus. OrrvillG Milk Condensing Co., 42!) Westwood 

Ave, Orrvllls, Ohio 
Asftt. Manager 



Mar- 



MOTH, WILLIAM E. (1943-46) 

lies, o North 3rd Street, Putcrsoii, N. J. 
Bus. Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., 152 

kot Street, Pnterson, N. J. 
Agent 
MONAGHAN. WILLIAM I. (1942-45) 

lies. 3402 Livingston St., New Orleans, La. 
Has. 2S01 Tulane Avenue, New Origins, La. 
Asut. Treasurer- -New Orleans Laundries, Inc. 

MONSON, ROLAND P. (1930-37) 

Res. fi<> W. Garden Road, Larclimont, N. Y. 
Hur. Fan American World Airways System. 135 

HhiBl. 42ii(L Street, New York IT, N. X- 
Asst. 1o Comptroller 

MONTGOMERY, JAMES H.. JR. (1942-4(5) 

Res. - r )211 Devonshire lid., Riclnnond 2t. Va. 
Hus, Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court, 

1115 East Clay Street. Richmond 19, Va. 
Attorney, Associate Judge 

MOONEY, JACK L. (1943-47) 

Res. 740 lliiKchvood, Oct roil 2. MU-luKali 
Bus. 18310 Liveruois Ave., Detroit, Michigan 
Real Estnfe Sales & Brokerage 
(122) 



MOONEY, WILLIAM B. (1942-40) 

Res, 210 First St., S.E., Waverly, Iowa 

Bus. Suite One, Savings Bank Bldg., Waverly, 

Iowa 
Attorney at I.nw 

MOORE, CLARENCE W. (1934-47) 

Res. 80th St. & 9th Ave., Playa Miramar, Mari- 
ano, Hahana, Cuba 
Bus. U. S. Embassy. Ilabatia, Cuba 
Attaehe 

MOORE, JAMES W. (1942-44) 

Res. Box 602, Abilene, Texas 
Bus. American Consulate General, 9 Esplanade 

Mansions, Calcutta, India 
Vice Consul 

MO ORE, JOnN (1941-46) 

Res. 137 N.E. 1st St., Dclray Beach, Florida 
Bus. Post Office Bldg., Delray Beach, Florida 
Attorney 

MOORE. PAUL C. (1942-40) 

Res. r>10« Caledonia Road, Richmond 24, Va. 
Bum. Atlantic Life Insurance Co.," Sixth & Main 

Sts., Richmond 12, Va. 
Actuary 

MOORE, RAMSEY L. (1941-46) 

Res. Apartado 480. San Salvador, 

Central America 
Bus. Edifieio Dtienas, 401, San Salvador, El Sal- 
vador, C. A. 
Manufacturers Rep. Importer-Exporter 

MOORE. ROBERT L. (1936-46) 
Res. 421 Seaside Ave., Honolulu 
ISus. Alexander & Baldwin, Ltd 

Honolulu, T. H. 
Director. Industrial Relations 
MOORE, THOMAS H„ JR. (1942-45) 

Res. 119 Fairview Ave., West Orange, N 

Bus. Shell Oil Co., Inc., 50 West 50th Street, 

New York 20, N. Y. 
Industrial Relations Representative 
(123) 



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MOORHBAD, DIXON D. (1941-46) 

E Mich° 2 S ° Utl1 EaVllle St " Saillt Ste - MarI(f ' 

B Mi c h ttUlt SaVi " BS BanIc Bld ^ Sau >t Ste. Marie, 
Lawyer 

MORAN, JAMBS P. (1941-44) 

Res. 88-3^> Commonwealth Blvd., Bellerose 6, L. 

B New L York B N n T. & COmPany ' ^ ^ «"*»• 
Certified Public Accountant 

MORAN, JOHN V. (1941-47) 

Res. 22 Templeton St., Dorchester 24, Mass 

Bus. Costello Moran & Mahan, 1014 Exchange 

Bldg., 31 Stat, Street, Boston 9, Mass 
Attorney at Law 

MORAN, ROBERT H. (1940-46) 

Res. 1329 Shattuck Ave.. Berkeley, CalM 

Bus. ^Financial Center Bid*., Oakland 12, 

Attorney 

MORAN, WILLIAM B. (1927-38) 

Res. 00-22-65th Avenue, Forest Hills, LINY 
Hus. Army CID, 35th CID, PMlcom, a" P ' O 
707 %PM, San Francisco, Calif 

Investigator 

MORAN, WILLIAM E., JR. (1040-45) 

Res. 320 W. Marshall St., Falls Church Va 
Riifi. V S. Atomic Energy Comm., 18th & Consti- 
tution, Washington, D. C. 
Security 

MORAN, WILLIAM L„ JR. (1941-43) 
Res. 43 Calton Ed., New Rochelle N Y 
Bin.. Pepsi Cola Company, 3 West 57th Street 

New York 19, N. Y. 
Foreign Regional Supervisor 
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MORGAN, CHARLES PARKER (1941-43) 
Res. 36 Monmouth Road, Elizabeth 3 N J 
Bus. 1143 E. Jersey St., Elisabeth 4, N J ' 
Attorney at Law 

MORGAN, EDWARD P. (1940-47) 
Res. 1774 No. Troy, Arlington, Ya 
Bub. 710-14th St., N.W., Washington, D C 
Attorney 

MORGAN, EMORY A. (1919-27) 

Res. 412 East Taylor St., Reno, Nev 
Private Investigator 

MORGAN, ROY L. (3934-45) 

Res. 201 Country Club Drive, Greensboro N C 
Bus. 308 Banner Bldg., Greensboro, N C 
Attorney 

MORGAN, THOMAS H. (1941-46) 

Res. 10740 Cushdon Ave., Los Angeles 34, Calif 
kus. Richardson, Buetow & Morgan, 701 E Main 

St., Alhambra, Calif. 
Certified Public Accountant 

MORRIS, JOSEPH A. (1942-45) 

Res 1103 Peveto Street, Houston 6, Texas 

Bus. American Title Guaranty Co., 301 Esperson 

Bldg., Houston 2, Texas 
Attorney 

MORIUS, RICHARD H. (1942-45) 

Res. 2307 Crane Ave., Kalamazoo 35, Michigan 
Bus. Morris & Morris, 801-802 American National 

Bank Bldg., Kalamazoo, Michigan 
Lawyer 

MORRISON, HARRY (1940-47) 

Jus' S t a 1, P M k ^ (Kear) ' TaIla ^Bee, Fla. 
Bus. i2j South Monroe Street, Tallahassee, Fla 
Attorney 

MORRISON, JOHN A. (1042-45) 

Res. 6107 Walnut St., Kansas City, Mo 
Bus. Morrison, Nugen, Berger, Hecker & Buck, 
Attorney Biding. KanSas CIty 6 ' Mo " 

(125) 



MORRISON, WILLIAM P., JR. (1W2 . i5) 

Rub. 6608 X. Pennsylvania, Oklahoma City Okl-i 
Bus. e/o Duvon Oil Co., P. q. Box 15S0, Okla-' 

liom:i City, OUIu. 
Attorney 

MORROW, .1AMICS U. (1042-40) 

Re«. 510 South WilJmm, Bowman, Montana 
Law e" 1 *" "' Gullilti11 BIocl£ ' Hozcmi,.,. Montana 

MORTOX, L. CLURE (lWl-«) 

Kes. 2004 Fairway Drive, Knoxville, Ten,, 

Bus. Pnvette A Morton, 12US Bauk of Knoxviile 

■I'alff., knoxville. Teun. 
Attorney 

MOSS, VEUNE W. ( JR. (1W2-45) 

Bos. 3720 Frnnre Ave. a., Minneapolis, Minn, 
bus. \an ValkenbnrR, BJnisdell & Moss <)78 \ 

W. Lank ItUljr.. Mhiiio,,!,,,!!,,, Mln.i. 
Attorney 



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MnliSAVV, MELON J,\ (HHS-KJ) 

Hi's. 142 Commodore Parkway, KochoHier 

N. Y. 
liu«. Hartford Aecident and Indemnity Co 

Last A veil up, Uorhester 10, \ y' 

Attorney 

MOWBRAY, J. WILLIAM (1941-46) 

Res. 2785 Sumner, Lincoln Nebr 
Uns. 210 Xorth 12<h, Lincoln 8 Xebr 
Auto Healer 



MOWRV, JOJ1X L. (1030-34) 

£'*' l« ^ C,M1M!h Stm - t ' ««'-«l*Ilto W ii, Iowa 
Bus. 109 Ease Main Street, Marshalltown, Iowa 
Attorney at Law 

MUUIEKN, JOHN J. <1!MS-4,S) 

Kes WW W. 31, t yrroet, Richmond. Va. 



(128) 



MULVIH1LL, ISDWABD R. (1042-46) 

Res. Deforest, Wise. 
Bus. University of Wisconsin, 211 Extension 

1'ldS'., Madison 6, Wise. 
Associate Professor 

MURNANE, JAMES E. (1934-37) 

Res. 112 So. Michigan Ave.. China so 3 III 

Hirs. SticMiritlOB and Exchange Coram.. 105 W. 

Adams Street, Chicago 3, 111. 
Accountant 

MURPHY, JOHN A. (1930-38) 

Res. 18 South Drive, Matihasset, L. I., X. Y. 

MURPHY, JOHN B. (1017-10) 

Res. 74 Jefferson Street, Garden City, L. I., X. T. 
Bus. Home Owners Loan Corp., 2 Parle Avenue 
New York 1(>, N. Y. * 

Lawyer — Associate Ceneral 

MURPHY, JOHN U. (1042-45) 

Res. 2956 N. Hackett Ave., Milwaukee 11 Wise 
Bus. 6.11 No. Broadway, Milwaukee 2, Wise. 
Lawyer 

MURPHY, JOHN T.. JR. (1941-45) 

Res, 1340 MeCuteheoo Rd., Riehmond Heights 

17, Mo. 
Bus. 4IKS Olive Street, Room 802, St. Louis 2 Mo 
Lawyer ' 

MURPHY, LESLIE E. (1938-45) 

Res. 3400 West Coleman Road, Kansas City, Mo 
Bus. Commerce Bids. Room 1304, Kansas City, 

Mo. 
Accountant 

MURPHY, SAMUEL B. (1941-46) 

Res. 1202 No. Ceyer Rd., Kirkwood 22 Mo 
Bus. Murphy & Bloom, 706 Chestnut St St 

Louis 1, Mo. 
Attorney 

(127) 



MURRAY, IT. COL. JOHN E. (1938-42) 

Res. 3020 Tilden Street, N.W., Apt. 301, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Bus. Office of Special Investigations (IG), 
United States Air Force, The Pentagon, 
Washington 25, D. C. 
Chief, Plans & Training Division 

MURRAY, MATTHEW J. (1941-42) 

Res. 3215 Netherlands Avenue, Riverdale 63, N. Y. 
Bus. 40 Exchange Place, New York 5, N. Y. 
Attorney 

MURRAY, PATRICK C. (1935-39) 

Res. 270 Cleveland Avenue, Fairmont 2, West Va. 
Bus. 621 Walnut Avenue Fairmont 2 West "Va. 
Salesman 

MURRAY, WAYNE, JR. (1940-45) 

Res. 5723-59th Ave., N.E., Seattle, Wash. 
Bus. 200 Orpheum Building, Seattle 1, Washing- 
ton 
Attorney 

MUZZEY, ALEXANDER A. (1934-45) 

Res. General Scott Apts., 1 Scott Circle, N.W., 

Washington, D. C. 
Bus. Office of Special Investigations, Inspector 
General, HQS. USAP, The Pentagon,- Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

MYERS, LOUIS P. (1942-45) 

Res. 3501 South Utica, Tulsa, Okla. 
Bus. 902 Palace BIdg., Tulsa, Okla. 
Oil Operator 

MYERS, THOMAS E. (1933-43) 

Res. 79 Halsted Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. 

Bus. Alexander's Department Stores, Inc., 2501 

Grand Concourse, Bronx, N, Y. 
Director of Plant Protection 
(128) 



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NATHAN, HAROLD (1917-45) 

Res. 208 Van Cortlandt Park Av„ Yonkers, N. Y. 

Bus. Thorobred Racing Protective Bureau, Room 

212 Chrysler BIdg., New York, N. Y. 

NATHAN, ROBERT BRUCE (1927-29 & 31-37) 
Res. 401 Scott Place, Pasadena 3, Calif. 
Bus. Braun & Company, 601 West 5th Street, 

Los Angeles 13, Calif. 
Public Relations 

NEFF, ROBERT W. (1942-45) 

Res. 390-25 St., S.E., Cedar Rapids, Iowa 

Bus. 1215 Merchants National Bank Building, 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa 
Lawyer 

NEIMAN, JOHN H. (1942-46) 

Res. 1021-45th Street, Des Moines 9, Iowa 

Bus. Neiman & Neiman, 700 Walnut BIdg., Des 

Moines 7, Iowa 
Attorney 

NELSON, C. JEROME (1041-44) 

Res. Box 228, Route 1, Oswego, 111. 
Bus. 30 Island Ave., Aurora, 111. 
Attorney 

NELSON, GEORGE D. (1940-47) 

Res. 2770 Fairfield Avenue, Shreveport, La. 

Bus. Querbes & Bourquin, 214 Milam Street, 

Shreveport, La. 
Attorney 

NELSON, RICHARD E. (1941-47) 
Res. 243 West Franklin, Paxton, 111. 
Ens. Nobel G. Johnson, 123 North Market Street, 

Piixton, 111. 
Attorney 

(129) 



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NEMITZ, DONALD F. (1941-45) 

Res. Apl. W-2 Green Tree Manor, Louisville 7, 

Ky. 
Bus. Brown & Kldred, 602 Ky. Home Life Bldg., 

Louisville 2, Ky. 
Public Accountant 

NEQUETTE, GEORGE M. (1041-47) 

Res. 222fi W. Argyll St., Chicago 25, 111. 

Bus. Mid-States Freight -Lines, Inc., 3000 3 

Shields St., Chicago 16, III. 
Director of Safety & Personnel 

N ESTER, JOSEPH 31. (1942-45) 

Res. 48 Country Club Place, Belleville, 111. 
Bus. Obear N ester Class Co,, 20 th & Broadway, 

East St, Louis, 111. 
General Maunger 

NEWELL, JOHN C, Jit. (1042-45) 
Ilea, 118 Edgehill Court, Peoria, 111. 
Bud. Hours, Newell and Nicol, 1)0.") Central Na- 
tional Bunk Bhlg., Peoria 2, 111. 
Lawyer 

NEWKIKK, RAYMOND F. (1936-42) 

Res. 3820 Van Ness St., N.W., Washington 16, 

D. C. 
Bus. Office of Secretary of Defense, Pentagon 

lildg., Washington, D. C. 
Captain, 11. S. Army 

SUWMAN, WILBUR S. <1042-iC>) 

Res. ID North Almout Drive, Hcverly Hills, 

Calif. 
Bus. Chevrolet Motor Div., G.M.O., 714 W. Olym- 
pic Blvd., Los Angeles 15, Calif. 
District Manager 

NICHOLS, E. LEWIS (1938-40) 

Res. 1716 N. Ffiirview St., Burbauk, Calif. 

Bus. Lockheed Aircraft Corp., 2555 Hollywood 

Way, Burbauk, Calif. 
Attoftny 

(130) 



NICHOLS, LAURENCE H. (1943-47) 

Res. 383S-A No. 40th St., Milwaukee 10, Wise. 
Bus. Marquette University, 1217 W. Wisconsin 

Ave., Milwaukee 3, Wise. 
Instructor 

NICHOLS, LEW D. (1933-35) 

Res. 5224 W. 82nd Street, Overland Park, Kansas 
Bum. Praun & Co., 120-3Rth Place, Manhattan 

Beach, Calif. 
Public Relations Counselor 

NICHOLSON, FELIX H. (1942-44) 

Res. 1390 Blvd. Lorraine SW., Cascade Heights, 

Atlanta, Ga. 
Bus. Gulf Oil Corporation, 600 Hurt Bldg., P. O. 

Box 1704, Atlanta, Ga. 
Legal 

NICKLES, ROBERT E. (1919-21) 

Res. Hotel Geo. Washington, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Bus. 85 John Street, New York 7, N. Y. 
Investigator, Attorney at Law 

NITNCIIKE, IVOR E. (BILL) (1935-45) 

Res. 316 Terrace Drive, Twin Falls, Idaho 
Bus. The Sporter Inc., Elks Bldg., Twin Falls, 

Idaho 
Owner 

NOBLE, JOHN D., JR. (1939-47) 

Res. 720 S. Norman die Avenue, Apt. 212, Los 

Angeles 5, Calif. 
Bus. 10S1 Riverside Drive, Los Angeles 31, Calif. 
Building Contracting— Noble Constructing Co. 

NOELKE, PAUL (1942-45) 

Res. 4124 North Maryland Ave., Shorewood 11, 

Wise. 
Bus. Lines, Spooner & Quarles, 411 East Mason 

St., Milwaukee 2, Wise. 
Lawyer 

(131) 



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NOLAN, PETER J. (1931-34) 

Res. 1320 Delaware Ave., Wilmington 19, Dela. 
Bus. E. I. (In Pont de Nemours & Co., Inc., 

Boom 1006 Du Pout Bldg., Wilmington 98, 

Dela. 
Attorney 

NORTON, JOHN J. (lMfi-48) 

lies. 5012-7th Avenue, Los Angeles 43, Calif. 
Bus. Lockheed Aircraft, Burbauk, Calif. 
Plant Protection 

NORTON, WILLIAM B., JR. (1942-45) 

Res. 105 Dunlop St., Marion, So. Carolina 
Bus. Marion National Bank Bldg., Marion, So. 

Carolina 
Attorney — Norton & Norton 



O'BRIEN, FRANK J. (1942-45) 

Res. 216 West Eighth St., Plainfleld, N. J. 
Bub. O'Brien, Brett & O'Brien, 17 Lombardy 

Street, Newark 2, N. J. 
Lawyer 

O'BRIEN, JOHN J. (1942-45) 

Res. 1924 Adams Blvd., Saginaw 59, Mich. 

Bus. John Schmelzer, Inc., 511 E. Genesee, 

Saginaw 59, Mich. 
Secretary and Treasurer (retail furniture) 

O'BRIEN, JOHN W. (1941-45) 

Res. 1271 Florence Ave., Plainfleld, N. J. 

Bus. O'Brien, Brett & O'Brien, 17 Lombardy 

Street, Newark 2, N. J. 
Lawyer 

O'BRIEN, MATTHEW J. (1942-46) 

Res. 530 Park Avenue, Apt. G-2, Orange, N. J. 
Bus. Security Bureau, Ine., SO Broad Street, New 

York 4, N. T. 
Field Supervisor 

(132) 



O'CONNELL, GEORGE) B. (1934-39) 

Res. 528 N. Lansdowne Ave., Drexel Park, Del. 

Co., Pa. 
Bus. Robert A. O'Connell, 1520 Wldener Bldg., 

Philadelphia 7, Pa. 
Public Accountant 

O'CONNELL, JOHN F. (1930-34) 

Reg. 25 Mohegan Road, Larchmont, N. Y. 

Bus. State of New York, 270 Broadway, New 

York 7, N. Y. 
Chairman, N. Y. State Liquor Authority 

O'CONNOR, DANIEL L. (1939-45) 

Res. 131 Varnum Street, N.W., Washington 13, 

D. C. 
Bub. 1010 Vermont Ave., N.W., Denrike Bldg,, 

Washington 5, D. C. 
Attorney 

O'DONNELL, ALLEN L. (1842-46) 
Res; 815 Franklin, Wausau, Wise. 
Bus. Employers Mutual Liability Ins. Co., 407 

Grant Street, Wausau, Wise. 
Attorney 

O'HAIR, JAMES R, (1934-44) 

Res. 1602-28th Street, Parkersburg, West. Va. 

Bus. The Commercial Banking & Trust Compa- 
ny, 415 Market Street, Parkersburg, West 
Ya. 

Vice President 

O'HARA, DANIEL J. (1942-45) 

Res. 7 Gibson Place, Elizabeth 3, N. J. 
Bus. 286 No. Broad Street, Elizabeth, N. J. 
Counselor at Law 

O'LEARY, JAMES M. (1931-40) 

Res. Hotel Belvedere, 310 West 48th Street, New 
York, N. Y. 

OLNEY, LAURENCE M. (1927-33) 

Res. 323 Forest Drive, FaHs Church, Virginia 
Bus. TJ. S. Savings Bonds Div., Treasury Dept, 

Washington Bldg., Washington, D. C, 
Associate National Director 

(133) 




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OLSON, OUVILLI1 II. 0042-47) 

no*. n.F.i». n- i. i*««<:o. ^;f T 11|1B1 . . 

Huh. 112 N. 5th Avenue, r. <>■ " ,,x -—■ 

Wash. 
Attorney 

n'MALLEY. HUBERT J. 0041-48) 

KoB . 800 Riverside Drive. New lork .^, ft. 
Attorney 

O'NEAL, BIRCH D. (4938-48) 

Res. 211 Evnns St root. Biunbndgc, On. 
Attorney nt Law 

O'NEIL, ELDON H. (1942-4(1) 

ll,.s 57 Keith Avenue. Brockton, Mass,. 
Rns. 100 Main Street, Brockton 22, Maes. 
Attorney lit Law 

O'NKILL. WILLIAM F. (1041-44) • 

U,. s . 331(1-2811) St. N.K., Washington, D. *-■ 

S,.. Furd Motor Comedy. SOW S«hnrt« RoaS, 

Dearborn, Michigan 
Staff Attorney 

Ptp.ks Bklg, Washington 4, D. C. 

]),„. Sofnvater, In.-.. 41115 No. ..Otli Mto t, 

Omaha, Nebraska 
President 

° S 'T' Im' ClaSrTve^Cieveland. Ohio 

SmI' ST™, Dept., (Eo-i^t A*»0, 

Room 823, 120 Wall St., New York. N. T. 
Investigator— Attorney 



OSTENUARP. HLRBERT H. (1043-40) 

Res. Box 15";) II. R,R. 508, Kenwood Road, Cin- 
cinnati 27. Ohio 
Bus. 100!) Atlas liiinU ISlil^'., Cincinnati 27, Ohio 
Lawyer 

0TTESEN, ROBERT G. (1042-46) 

Res. No. 3 Circle Drive, Commodore Heights, 

Belleville, 111. 
Bus. 7A Public Square, Belleville, 111. 
Lawyer 

OTTO, HOWARD S. (1942-40) 

Res. 101f> Delaware St., Saginaw, Michigan 
Bus. Otto & Otto, 311 Bearinger Building, Sagi- 
naw, Michigan 
Lawyer 

OVIATT, CLARENCE J. (1942-45) 

Res, 4027 Enst Park Drive, North Olmsted, Ohio 

Bus. Oviatt & Oviatt, S02 Engineers Bldg., Cleve- 
land 14. Ohio 

Attorney 
OVIATT, PERCIVAL D„ JR. (1942-45) 

Res. 977 Alkii's Creek Road, Rochester, N. Y. 

Bus. 1252 Lincoln Alliance Bank Bldg., Rochester 
4, N. Y. 

A Homey Oviatt, Oilman, O'Brien & Eormnn 

OWENS, DON C, JR. (1041-44) 

Rew. 1fv!1 Airways Blvd.. Memphis, Tenii. 

Bus. 1001. Columbian Mutual Tower. Memphis, 

Tenn. 
Attorney 

OWENS. W. WROIC (1042-45) 

Res. 2511 Hartford Roan. Austin, Texas 
Bus. S2S Littlelield Bldg., Austin Texas 
Attorney 



PANSZH, ARTHUR J. (1041-45) 

Rea. 207 Harding, Pine Bluff, Ark. 
Bus. 121 West otli, Pino Bluff, Ark. 
Service Station Owner 

(135) 



PARKER, CECIL F. (1941-45) 

Res. 1729 S. 25th St., Lincoln, Nebr, 

BUS. 722 Stuart Bldg., Lincoln. Nebr. 

Attorney 
PARKER, CLARENCE A. (1017-20) 

HM 4444 Logwood Ave., Los Angeles 2,, Calif- 

Bus. U.S.M.C., Barstow, California 

PARKER, FRANCIS P. (1939-45) 

Re" 2101 Lennon Road, Grosse Pointa Woods 30, 

Bub. Sfcr Brewing Co., 3740 Bellevuo Ave., 

Detroit 7, Michigan 
City Sales Manager 
PARKER, FREDERICK L. (1022-26) 

R fis . IMS K Street. N.W., Washington. IX a 
Bus. Economic Cooperative Admin., 800 Con 

neeticut Ave. N.W., Washington, D. C. 
Security 

tepee, Mexico, D.F., Mexico 
" 1!ns Commission Mexico- American a par ft la 
Erradicacion de la Flebre Aftosa Cinco de 
Febrero No. 73, Mexico D.F., Mexico 
Personnel Investigator 

PM, San Francisco, Calif. 
Office of' the Provost Marshal 
■PARRISH. GEORGE T. (1942-47) 

F Res 4 22 Georgia Court, Cincinnati 23 Ohio 

Sis Pontiac Division of General Motors, 616 
Chamber of Commerce Bldg., Cincinnati, 
Ohio 
District Manager 

FARRISH, JOHN D. ' if®-*® „ y 

Res 39 B. 27th Street, New York 16, N. *■ 
SS S National Casualty Company. 76 William 

Street, New York, N. Y. 
Claim Examiner 

(13(5) 



PARSONS, EDWIN C. (1021-23) 

Bus. "U W. F. Seery, Room 903, 70 Pine Street, 
Now Yorlt 5, X. Y. 

PATTON. FRANCIS L. (1942-45) 
Res. Leesburg, Va. 
Lawyer, Wholesale Distributor 

PEARCY, JOHNSON L. (1940-47) 

Res 4962 Parker Ave., St. Louis 9, Mo. 

Bus. Suite 907-910 Commerce Bldg., 418 Olive St., 

St. Louis 2, Mo. 
Attorney at Law 

PEDDER, ROBERT J. (1942-44) 

Res. R.F.D. 1, Box 312, Lafayette. Calif- 
Bus. Pedder, Ferguson & Pedder, 405 Mont- 
gomery Street, San Francisco 4, Calif. 
Attorney at Law 

PEDEX, PHIL (1942-46) 

Res. 3727 Albans Rd., Houston 5, Texas 

Pus. Peden and Stevens (Attorneys), 906 Citizens 

State Bank Bldg., Houston 2, Texas 
Lawyer 

PKETIUS. HARRY V. (1942-45) 

Res. l(«55-265th Street, Harbor City, Calif. 
Bus. 284 E. 22nd St., San Pedro, Calif - 
Manager & Owner of Restaurants 

PELL, WILBUR F., JR. (1942-45) 

Res. 414 West Washington St., Shelby Yille, In a. 

Bus. 501 Methodist Building, Shelbyville, Indiana 
Attorney at Law 

PENDLETON, FORREST C. (1911-20) 
Res. 4750 Arts St., New Orleans 17, La. 
Pus. 532 Whitney Bldg., New Orleans 12, La. 
Investigations; Guards and Patrol Service 

PENDLETON, DONALD M. (1942-45) 

Res. 3"i2« Jones Street, Sioux City 18, Iowa 
Bus. 515 Davidson Bldg.. Sioux City 13, Iowa 
Lawyer 

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PENN, ROBERT D. {1042-44) 

Res. 615 Broderick, San Francisco 17, Calif 
Bus. 315 Montgomery St., Suite 421, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. 
Insurance— Special Agent In Charge 

PENNINGTON, WELDON J. (1942-46) 
Res. G22-16th No., Seattle 2, Wash. 
Bus. Touche, Niven, Bailey & Smart, Room 930 
1411 Fourth Avenue Bids., Seattle 1, Wash- 
ington 
Certified Public Accountant 

PEPPLE, GEORGE L. (1042-45) 

Res. 102 Gra-Roy Drive, Goshen, Indiana 

Bub. Stones Building, 134 N. Main St, Goshen 

Indiana 
Attorney 

PERRIN, CHARLES E. (1040-47) 

Res. 6230 N, Kenmove Ave., Chicago 40 HI 

Bus. 20 N, Wncker Drive, Room 1650, Chicago 6, 

Special Representative 

PERRY, NELSON (1934-46) 

Res. 110 Gibson Road, Louisville 7, Ky. 
Bub. Department of Revenue, Frankfort Kv 
Director Field Division 

PERRY, ririLIP P, (1942-40) 

Res. 311 Columbia Rd., Dorchester, Mass. 

Bus. Mass. Claim Investigations, 260 Tremont 

Street, Boston 16, Mass. 
Investigator 

PETERS. W. EDMUND (1930-35) 

Bus. J. A. Section, 8th Army Hq., A.P.O. 343 % 

I'M, San Francisco, Calif. 
Principal Attorney 

pkteusex. Elmo f. (1942-47) 

Res. Ill E, Chalmers, Champaign, 111. 
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; PETERSON, ERIK G. (1931-34) 

Res. 2238 Troon Rd., Houston, Texas 

Bus. 501-7 Chronical BICg., Houston, Texas 

Royalty & Oil Lease Broker 

PETERSON, REUBEN E. (1930-41) 

Res. Broadview Hotel, 5540 Hyde Park, Chicago 

Illinois ' 

Bus. Central Intelligence Agency, Room 332 

1212 Lakeshore Drive, Chicago, 111 
Special Agent in Charge 

PETERSON, ROBERT A. (1040-43) 

lies. P. o. Box 558, Miami Beach, Fla. 
Lawyer 

PETERSON, VIRGIL W. (1930-42) 
Res. 396 Nuttall Road, Riverside III 
Bus. Chicago Crime Commission, 70* West Mon- 
roe Street, Chicago 3, Illinois 
Operating Director 

Pl'EIFBR. SIDNEY B. (1917-10) 

Res. 35 Richmond Ave., Buffalo 2, N Y 
Bus. 504 Morgan Bldg., Buffalo 2,'n Y ' 
Attorney 

PHILIPS, GORDON A. (1941-46) 

Res. 4S South Hermitage Ave., Trenton 8. N J 
Bus. J. Albert Human, 1414 Trenton Trust Bide 

Trenton 8, N, J. 
Attorney 

PHILLIPS. JOHN W. (1941-45) 

Res. 1906 Everest Street, Forest Estates, Silver 

Spring, Md. 
Has. Enforcement Branch, Office of International 

Trade, Tempo "T" Bldg, Washington, 

Chief, Investigations Branch 

Phillips, it. Garrett (1941-47} 

Res. 2021 Noble Avenue, Springfield III 
Bus. l-i-ni-i S, nth Street, Springfield, 111 

Lawyer 

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PHINNEY, WILLIAM L. (1936-38) 
Res. R.F.D. 2, Manchester, N. H. 
Bus. Sheehan, Phinney & Bass, 922 Elm Street, 

Manchester, N. H. 
Attorney at Law 

PHIPPS, CHARLES A. (1942-46) 

Res. 204 W. 6th St., The Dalles, Oregon 

Bus. Phipps & Phipps, Pioneer Blflg., The 

Dalles, Oregon 
Lawyer 

PICKARD, JOSEPH L. (1942-45) 

Res. R00 West Washington Avenue, Kennett, Mo, 
Bus. Striogcl Auto Company, 500 First Street, 

Kennett Box 158, Mo. 
Secretary— Treasurer of Company 

PICKERING, SAMUEL F. (1936-40) 
Res. Tiiosn Hotel, Tokyo, Japan 
Bus. Criminal Investigation Laboratory. Eiphtli 

Army, A. P.O. 187, % ?M San Francisco, 

Calif. 

PIEPER, N. J. L. (1034-45) 

Res. Apt. 17, 1020 Union, San Francisco 11, Calif. 
Bus. Consultants Ltd., 16 Beale Street. Room 

310, Siin Francisco 11, Calif. 
Public Relations Consultant 

PIERCE. C FORCE E. (1943-46) 

Res. 93-57-21oth Place. Queens Tillage, L.I., 

N. T. 
Pus. Standard Brands Inc., 595 Madison Avenue, 

New York, N. Y. 
Asst. Sales Controller 

PIERSON, WILLIAM L. (1930-33) 

Res. 346 Holcomb St., Hartford, Conn. 
Bus. Office of Commissioner of Welfare, Division 
of Public Assistance, 16*5 Capitol Avenue, 
Hartford 15, Conn. 
Exec. Accountant 

(140) 



PIGNIUOLO, PASQDALE (1909-19) 

Ilea. 71 Rockland Ave., Yonkers 5, N. Y. 

Bus. Natl. Bd. of Fire Undwrts., 85 John Street, 

New York 7, N. Y. 
Special Agent 

PIKE, ALBERT H. (1912-19) 
Res. Katonah, N. Y. 
Bus. 85 John Street, New York 7, NT. Y. 

PILCHER, STUART C. (1917-19) 
Res. P. O. Box 441, Waco. Texas 
Bus. Veterans Administration, 8th & Fraukliu, 

Waco, Texas 
Adjudicator 

PINE, WILLIAM C. (1042-45) 

Res. 275 N. Washington Rd., Lake Forest, 111. 
Bus. Lake Forest University, Lake Forest, 

Illinois 
Director of Public Relations 

PIPER, KENNETH M. (1936-43) 

Res. Westchester Country Club, Rye, New York 
Bus!. Airadio Incorporated, Melrose & Barry 

Plane, Stamford, Conn. 
Vice President 

PIUNIK, THOMAS II. (1937-48) 

Res. 320 22ud St., N.E., Cedar Rapids, Iowa 
Bus. SOO American BIdg.. Cedar Rapids, Iowa 
Attorney 

FISAXIC. DANIEL W. (1942-48) 
Res. 5 Home Road, llatboro, P;i. 

PITTMAN, FRANK S., JR. (1941-45) 

Res. 5671 Washington Blvd., Indianapolis 5, Ind. 
Bus. City Coal & Coke Co., Box 203, Fort Wayne, 
Indiana 

TITTMAN, RAY A., JR. (1941-45) 

Bus. VX, E. -12 Street, 24 th Floor, New York, 
N. Y. 

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PLTJNKETT, PAUL M. (1031-37) 

Res. 1024 Central Avenue, Wilmotto. Illinois 
Bus. MeMahon & PlunketL Suit,- 1713, U Koutli 

La Sill lo, St., Chicago 3. Til. 
Lawyer 

POOL, C. It. (1941-45) 

Res. 522 E. 11th St., Olympia, Wash. 
Bub. Dept. of Labor & Industries, State of Wash- 
ington, Olympiu, Wash, 
Assistant Director 

l'OOLE, JACK C. (1042-46) 

Res. 2830 Malcolm Ave., Los Angeles 34, Calif. 
Bus. O. E. Smith, Suite 808, 650 So. Spring St., 

Los Angeles 12, Calif. 
Public Accountant 

POORE, ALLAN E. (1940-44) 

Res. 1704 Drexel, Dearborn, Mich. 

Bus. Detroit Edison Company, 2000 Second 

Avenue, Detroit 2fi, Michigan 
Legal Dept. 

POORMAN, EDWIN B. (042-40) 

Res. 044 Andres Avenue, Coral Gables 34, Fin. 
Bus. City of Coral Cables, City Hall. Cora] 

Gables 34, Fla. 
Attorney and Director of Finance 

POWRlll MALCOLM G. (1042-40.) 

Res. (5320 No. Berkeley Blvd., Milwaukee It, 

Wise. 
Bus. San Chez Motors Co., 700 No. Jackson 

Street, Milwaukee 2, Wise. 
Vice President and Treasurer 

PRATER, JOHN E. (1940-44) 

Res. % James 15. Dille, 1842 Fourth Avenue, San 
Diego 1, Calif. 

PRATT, WALTER F. (1941-46) 

Res. 022 N. President St., Jackson, Miss. 

Rub. Southern Farm Bureau Casualty, Insurance 

Company, P. O. Box 78, Jackson, Miss. 
Vice President in Charge of Claims 
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rRESCOTT, 1IERMON E. (1041-40) 

Res. Farmers Row, Oroton, Mass. 
Bus. 15 Oliver Street, Pitehburg, Mass. 
Paint and Wall Paper Dealer— Retail 
Wholesale 



PRICE, WALTER L. (1940-45) 

Res. 1203 Southwest Avenue, Johnson City, Tcnn. 
Bus. Price & Price, Arcade Building, Johnson 

City, Tcnn. 
Attorney at Law 

PRIMM, BRUCE E. (1941-45) 

Res. 31 Beechwood Drive, Packanack Lake, N. J. 
Bus. National City Bank of N. y., 55 Wall Street, 

New York 15, N. Y. 
Official Asst. 

PROCTOR, JOHN P. (1942-45) 

Res. 835 W. 71 Terrace, Kansas City, Mo. 
Bus. 3525 Broadway, Kansas City 2, Mo. 
Treasurer— Walter W. Ross & Co. 

PROCTOR, NORBERT E., JR. (1942-44) 

Res. 1308 E, 16th Street, Tnlsa, Okla. 
Bus. Sunray Oil Corp., 1001 Philtower Bldg., 

Tulsa, Okla. 
Attorney 

PROTJT, WILLIAM C. (1941-43) 
Res. 872 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

PROVTNSE, DAVID A. (1941-44) 

Res. 4S56-38th Avenue, S.W., Seattle 6, Wash. 
Bus. War Assets Administration, 1801 Second 

Avenue, Seattle 1, Washington 
Attorney 

PRTJYN, ROBERT C. (1943-45) 

Res. 0024 Ralston Avenue, Indianapolis 7, 

Indiana 
Bus. 709 E. iiSth Street, Indianapolis 5, Indiana 
Claims Attorney 

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PRYOR, JOHN F. ( 1»35-41) 

Res 44 Norgate Road, Mannasset, New York 
' Bus 70 Pine Street, Boom 819. New York 5, 
N. Y. 

Private Investigations 

Insecurity JMvlcc Aeoncy, 51(1 So. SD'lnc St., 

Los Angeles 13, Calif. 
Investigator 

PUBDY, CLARENCE F. (1940-45) 

Res r,07 West Charles St., Bucyrus, Ohio 

bL- Kennedy, Kennedy & Purdy. Washington 

Square, Bucyrus, Ohio 
Attorney fit Law 

PUB VIS, MELVIN (1927-35) 

Res Clierokee Roiul, Florence, S. C. 
Bus Florence Broadcasting Co., Inc., Radio 
Station WOLS, 120 S. Dargan Street, 
Florence, S. C. 
President & General Mgr. 



QUADY WILLIAM T. (1943-44) 

Res 1832 Dupont Ave. No., Minneapolis, Minn. 
Bus. Minneapolis Police Dept, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Asst. License Inspector 

QUIGLEY, FRANCIS J. COL. (1010-20) 

Res 85-47 Ki4t,h Street, Flushing, L. l., in. *• 
Bus'. U. S. Array, 3!) Whitehall Street, New Tcork, 

N Y. 
Provost Marshal, New York Area 

QULNLAN. GERALD S. (1042-44) 

Ues 471!) Mandeville St. Xnv Orleans 1-, La. 
Run. -ll« Whlluey LI*'-- X( ' w <»'''««»"" 12 < L ' J 
Attorney at Law 

(144) 



QUINN, ANDREW J. (1938-44) 

lies. 2052 Sherwood Bond, Toledo i), Ohio 
BUS. HI 2 Colton Bldg., Toledo, Ohio 
Attorney at Law (Specializing in Labor Re- 
lations) 

QUINN, FRANK N. (1927-1030) 

Res. 622 Third St. SW., Faribault, Minn. 
Bus. 301 Seenrity Bank Bldg,, Faribault Minn. 
Attorney at Law 

QUINN, VINCENT M. (11)41-45) 

Res. fi Kennedy St., Pittston, Pa. 
Bus, Gazette Bldg.. 37 Broad Street, pittston, Pa. 
Attorney 

QUINN, WILLIAM J. (1940-46) 

Res. 20235 Stratford Road, Detroit, Mich. 
Bus. William J. Quinn Company, 763 Penobscot 

Bldg., Detroit 26, Michigan 
Industrial & Legal Investigations 

QUIRK, ROBERT J. (1042-46) 

Res. 33 Oak Lane, Davenport, Iowa 
Bus. I.J. S. Government 



RAGSDALE, FRED T. (1941-45) 

Res. P. O. Box 76, Dallas, Ga. 
Bus. War Assets Admin., Compliance Enforce- 
ment Oiv., 690 Ponce De Leon Ave,, 
Atlanta, Ga. 
Special Agent 

RAINOLD, ROBERT R. (1842-45) 

Res. S14 Lowerline Street, New Orleans 18, La. 
Bus. Baldwin, Haspel & Molony, 1108 Richards 

Bldg., New Orleans 12, La. 
Attorney at Law 

RAMSAY, W. RUPERT (1043-45) 

Res. P. O, Box 60!), Grandview, Mo. 

Bus. i:::!0 Wnlmtl Street, Kansas City 6, Mo. 

Attorney 

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RAMSEY, ROBERT K. (1940-42) 

Res. 1200 X. Rockwall St., Terrell, Texas 

Bus. Carr.wrlght Bldy., Tern;]], Texas 
Attorney 

RANDALL, WILLIAM H. (1027-2N) 

Res. (521 E. Armour Boulev.ird, Kansas City 3, 

Mo. 
Bus. Asst. Prosecuting Attorney, Courl House, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
Criminal Trials Attorney 

UASBUUY, JAMES T. (1042-47) 

Res. IMG So. Jamestown, Tulsa, Okln. 

Hub. Simmy Oil Corp., Pliiltower Lid-., Tulsa, 

Okln. 
Director of Industrial Relations 

RATEI. HARVEY E. (1942-4(1) 

Res. 07 Fairview Ave., West Orange, N. J. 

Uns, Security Bureau Inc., SO Broad Street, New 

York, N. Y. 
Asst. Field Supervisor 

KATTERMAN, FRED (1941-43) 

Res. 3529 Bureh Avenue, Cincinnati 8, Ohio 
Bus. Fisher Div. of G.M., Norwood. Ohio 
Lawyer — Industrial Relations 

RAirKER, LOUIS J. 

Res. 4330-431-11 Street, N.W.. W 
Bus, Naval Govt, of Guam, 
Comm., Navy No. 92f> <y, 
Francisco, Calif. 
Commander USN 
RAUCK, W. GORDON (1940-45) 

lies. 648 Southcrest Ct., Pittsburgh 2(i, Pa. 

Bub. Thorp, Bostwie.lt, Reed & Armstrong, 2812 

Grant Bids., Pittsburgh 19, Pa. 
Attorney (it Law 
READ, JOHN C. (1942-40) 

Res. Rt, 4, Oats Drive, Dallas, Texas 
Bus. 1000 Main Street, 202 Fidelity Bids 

2, Texas 
Attorney 

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isliiiiffton 16, I). C. 

Land & Claims 

. Fleet P.O., San 



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EEARDON, B. SCOTT (194" -45) 

Res. 1525 8. 2nd Ave., Sioux Falls S D 
Bus. The Dakota Iron Store, 433 North Main 
Ave., Sioux Falls, So. Dakota 

Salesman 

RECOR, RALPH L. (1942-47) 

Res. 17500 Cherrylawn, Detroit 20 Mich 

Bus. Farm Crest Bakeries. .TS4S R,i <<,,.] | St 

Detroit, Mieh. 
Sales Promotion 

REDMOND, AUTHOR (1941-47) 

K< ' 8 " " 7 J M01 " ,t P]enBn »t Ave., West Orange, 

Bus, 25 w. 43 St., New York, N Y 
Certified Public Accountant 

REDMOND, RODOLPH H (1934 37) 

Res. 11262 Pickford St., Los Angeles 34, Calif 
Bus. Robert Krost and Associates, 310 Security 

Building-, Pasadena 1, Calif 
Tax Consultant— Public Accountant 

REDPATH. HARRY S. (1924-28) 

Res. 6242-28th Ave., N.E., Seattle 8, Wash 
Bus. 2204 Northern Life Tower, Seattle 1, Waah 
Attorney at Law ' 

REED, ROBERT G. (1931-36) 

Res. 5228 Oak Street, Kansas City 2, Mo 

Bus. Stinson, Mag, Thomson, McEvers & Fizzell 

City e ir Mo Nati ° Ilfl1 Bank B ' d& " KanSas 
Lawyer 

REEDER, ROBERT A. (1941-44) 
Res. Troy, Kansas 

Bus. Reeder & Reeder, Cordon ter Building Trov 
Kansas -•■*«.>. 

Attorney at Law 

REILLY, ALBERT M. (1937-38) 

Res. 70 Ayers Court, West Englewood, N J 
Y H°4° ny " \ Remm °" Co - 2fl Broadway, New 
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REINDL, JOHN W. (1M2-4B) 

lies Ilio Vista Motel. Menominee. Michigan 
Owner and Manager of Rio Vista Mold 

REINECKE. HEROLD H, (1025-39) 

lis <m So 21 at Street, South Bend ID, Iml 
Huh' .Mtistic Asphalt Corporation, 131 S. Taylor 

Street, Soutli Bend 24, Indiana 
Vice President 

REMMER, DOUGLAS B. (1042-45) 

lies. 226 Woodbourne Drive, St. Loins 5, Mlss- 

Bbb U 173<> Boatmens Bank Bids. St. Louis 2, 

Missouri 
Lawyer 

RENO, ROBERT H. U&41-44) 

Res,. Concord, N. H. 

Bus. 4 School St, Concord, N. II. 

Lawyer 

REYNOLDS, JIM D. (1334-40) 

B«a. Biiford Road, Bon Air, Va. 

B„ H . Reynolds Metals Co., 301 E. Grace. St., Rich- 

mond, Va. 
General Personnel Director 

1!KFTNBER<JER, JOHN H. (1942-47) 

Res 1«S B»mr Avenue, St. Paui 5 Minn. 
H,, H State of Minnesota, St. Paul 1, Minn. 
Speeial Assistant Attorney General 

RIBAR, PETER A. (1942-47) 

Tt^ 1008 Filbert, San Francisco 23, Lain. 

tZ nil, & Clark, HI Sutter Street. 8«i 

Francisco 23, Calif. 
Attorney 

TnCP! B DOWNEY (1930-45) 

Refill Irving Street. N.W.. Waslnngtou 10, 

Ml „ "^Connecticut Avenue, N.W., Suit, 202 

Stonelight Court. Washington », D. (... 
Attorney 

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RICHARDS, ROLAND P. (1.041-1 (J) 

Rep. 123 Five Mile River Road. Darien, Conn. 
Bus. Hartford Accident and Indemnity Co., 110 

William Street. New York, N. Y. 
Claim Examiner 

RICHARDSON, ARCHIE J. (1941-44) 

Res. or>2-22nd Ave., North, Seattle 2, Wash. 

RICHARDSON, ARTHUR W. (1040-47) 

Res. 45 Pondfield Road West, Bronxville, N. Y. 
Tins. 20 So. Broad way, Yonkers 2, N. Y. 
Attorney 

RICHARDSON, HARRY M. (1942-46) 
' Res, 3116 Brookdale, Oakland. Calif. 

Bus. Montgomery Ward, E. 14th, Oakland, Calif. 

Real Estate and Attorney 

RICHMOND, LLOYD H. (1934-41) 

Res. 1715 Walnut St.. Wilmette, 111. 

Bus. Marshall Field & Co., Ill North State St.. 

Chicago 90, 111. 
Manager Retail Employee Relations 

KIDDLE, ERNEST R.. JR. (1040-44) 

Res. GOri N. Ervay, Dallas, Texas 
Buss. Veterans Administration, RO, Fidelity Bldg. 

Dallas. Texas 
Attorney— Invest! gator 

RIFFLE, PALL E. (1041-4(5) 

Res. Box 2(51, Miford, Ohio 

Bus. War Crimes Defense, Judge Advocate 
Section. A. P. O. 343 % PM, San Francisco, 
Calif. 
Defense Attorney— War Crimes 
Defense- Yokohama, Japan 

HINT A, EUGENE F. (1938-46) 

Res. 414 Fourth Street, Fairport Harbor, Ohio 
Bus. Room 246, Old House Office Bldg., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Investigator for Committee on Appropriation of 
House of Rep. 

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RIORDAN, ROBERT J. (1043-15) 

Res. 2534 N. 67 th St., Wauwatosa 13, Wis. 

Bus. Milwaukee Sentinel, 123 \V. Michigan 

Stri'ft, Milwaukee ^ Wise. 
Reporter 

ROBERTS, CHARLES E., JR. (1041-46) 
Res. 035 James Street, Syracuse 3, N. Y. 
Cms. Mackenzie, Smith & Mitchell, Onondaga 
County Savings Hank Uldg., Syracuse, 

n. y. 

Lawyer 

ROBERTS. II, EUGENE (11)29-37) 
lies. Kanan. Utah 
Att orney— Realty Broker 

ROBERTSON, W. JAMES (1942-46) 

Res. 1982 S. Tuxedo Ave., Stockton, Calif. 

Bus. First Stockton Office American Trust Co., 

26 N. San Joaquin St., Stockton, Calif. 
Banker — Public Relations — Business Develop- 
ment 

ROBINSON, HAROLD C. (1934-41) 

Res. Fountaingrove Vineyard, Santa Rosa, Calif. 
Bus. Box 308, Santa Rosa, Calif. 
Owner's Representative 

ROBINSON, JOEL CHAPMAN (1935-41) 
R ( >s, 310 Sylvester Place, Elmirn, N. Y. 
llns. Harris, MeUenry & Baker Co., Lumber & 
Building Supplies. 321 Pennsylvania Ave- 
nue, Elmira, N. T. 
"Vice President 

ROBINSON, JOHN COLIN (1941-46) 

Res. 117-01 Bark Lane So., Kew Gardens, L. I„ 

N. Y. 
Bus. Rotary Textile "Co., 73 Franklin Street, New 

York, N". Y. 
Sales Manager 

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ROBINSON, WILLIAM A., JR. (1040-11) 
Res. 5 Berry Trail, Fairfax, Calif. 
Bus, War Assets Administration Compliance En- 
forcement Div., Room 310, 11S2 Market 
Street, San Francisco, Calif. 
Special Agent in Charge 

ROCHESTER, JOSEPH EARL (1942-45) 

Res. 5027 Knox Street, Philadelphia 44, Pa. 
Bus. The Ohio Casualty Insurance Co., 1616 Wal- 
nut Street, Philadelphia 3, Pa. 
Manager Bond Dept. 

ROCKWELL, IIOBART H. (1041-47) 
Res. Keystone Hotel, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Bus. 1315 Genesee Bldg., Buffalo, N. Y. 

ROGERS, PHILIP (1024-26) 

Res. 040 Sheridan Ave., Bronx, N, Y. 

Bus. Samson Ship Supply Co., 50 Jay Street, 

Now- York 13. N. Y. 
Treasurer 

ROLLER, WILLIAM L. (1940-45) 

Res. 12 North Bowman Avenue, Danrille, Illinois 
Bus, 414 Temple Building, Danville, Illinois 

Attorney at Law 

ROMANO, JAMES (1942-46) 

Res. 3C Garden Terrace. North Arlington, N. J. 
Bus. Frederick Looser & Co.. Inc., 484 Fulton 

Street, Brooklyn. N. Y. 
1'rofeetion Manager 

ROXAN. JOSEPH F. (1941-45) 

Res. S601 Rosalie Ave., Brentwood 17, Mo. 
Bus. Savage Arms Corp., Chieopee Falls, Mass. 
District Sales Representative 

ROONEY, JOHN E. (1041-42) 

Res. 325 Montgomery Ave., Laurel, Md. 
Bus. O. I, G„ Washington, D, C. 

ROONEY, WILLIAM JAMES (1937-41) 

Res. 2027 Valentine Ave., New York 58, N. Y. 
Bus. 21" Broadway, New York 7, N. Y. 
Altornoy and Counsellor at Law 

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RORLR, WILLIAM A. (1020-37) 

Hew 1208 Rawson Drive Albany, Oa. 

Bus Colonial Dairies. Inc., Box 451, Albany, <■"• 

Dairyman. Planter & Electrical Apps. 

ROSE, OEORC3E W. (1042-47) 

Ros 2717 Observatory Avenue, Cincinnati 8, Ohio 
T'.ns. 35 E. Seventh Street, Cincinnati 2, Ohio 
Attorney— The Kroger Co. 

ROSEN, DONALD A. (1943^45) 

Res 9232 Airdrome Street, Los Angeles 35, Calif. 
Bus. 407 Van Nuys Bldg., 210 W. Seventh St., 

Lob Angeles 14, Calif. 
Lawyer 

ROSENBAUM, RANDOLPH R. (1942-46) 

n™ 435 West Durham St.. Philadelphia 1!>, Pa. 
15ns. Camp Oreylock for Roys, Beckrf. Muss. 1 

Madison Avenue. New York, N. Y. 
Tii nip Din-Hor 

ROSS. HOWARD V. (1941-44) 

Res. 03 Waverly Avenue, Bronxvrilc Manor, 

Tucknliop 7, N. Y. 
Bus. Simpson, Timelier & Bnrtlett, Boom .lid, 

120 Broadway, New York 5, N. Y. 
Lawyer 

ROSS, ROBERT T. (1934-44) 

Res 15033 Woodland Drive, Dearborn, Michigan 
Bus. The Ford Motor Company, 3000 Sc.haefer 

Road, Dearborn, Michigan 
Department Director 

ROSS, STANLEY W. (1942-46) 

Bus. General Electric Company, Nela lain, 

Cleveland 12, Ohio 
Industrial Relations 

ROUSE, ARTHUR B., JB. (1041-44) 

Res. 1103 Fontaine Road, Lexington J.X, i^J 
Bur. 130 Market Street, Lexington, Ky. 
Attorney at Law 

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ROUSSEAU, CLEMENT V. (1042-47) 

Res. 72 E. 90th Street, New York, N. Y. 

Bus. Dun & Bradstreet, 225 Broadway, New 

York, N. Y. 
Manager — Latin American Offices 

KOWLES, DALE T. (1942-45) 

Res. 6122 No. Naper Avenue, Chicago, 111. 
Bus. War Assets Administration, Compliance 

Enforcement Div„ P. O. Box 807, Chicago 

90, 111. 
Special Agent 

ROWLEY, JAMES J. (1937-37) 

Res. 609 Tewkesbury PL, N.W., Washington, D. 

C. 
Bus. U. S. Secret Service, Washington, D. C. 
SuperviBlng Agent— White House Div. 

RTJANB, JOHN J. (1942-46) 

Res. 4331 Albemarle St., N.W., Washington, D. C. 
Bus. MeCombs Insurance Agency, 1510 H St., 

N.W., Washington, D. C. 
Complete Insurance Service Salesman 

RUBENSTEIN, SIDNEY S. (1934-46) 

Res. 1337 Port Stevens Drive N.W., Washington 

11, D. C. 

Bus. Office of Special Investigations, The In- 
spector General, HQ. United States Air 
Force, 5D27S The Pentagon, Washington 
25, D. C. 

Lt. Colonel, U. S. A. P. 

RUBY, G. RUSSELL (1942-47) 

Res. 517 Kankakee St., Muskogee, Okla. 
Bus. 409 Commercial Natl. Bldg., Muskogee, Ok- 
lahoma 
Attorney at Law 

RUCKS, BERNARD W. (1942-45) 

Res. 1971 W Winona Street, Chicago 25, 111. 
Bus. International Business Machines Corp., 01 S 

S. Michigan Ave., Chicago 40, 111. 
Sales Representative 

(153) 



RUDER, SAMUEL A. (192D-31) 

Res. 2855 W. Rosemont Avenue, Chicago 45, 111. 
Bub. City of Chicago, Dopt. of Welfare, 25 So! 

Da men Avenue, Chicago 02, 111. 
Director, Resource Div. 

RUGGLES, JOHN K., JR. (1036-45) 

Res. Stotie Mill Road, Knoxville 15, Tonn. 
Bus. Fulton Sylphon Co., Kingston Pike, Knox- 

vllle, Tenn. 
Asst. to V.P. 

(Mfg. of Thermostatic Controls) 
RUSSELL, LOUIS J. (1937-44) 

Res. 1218 Perry N.E., Washington 17, D. C. 
Bus. Un-American Activities Comrn., 536 Old 

House Office Bldg., Washington, D. C. 
Investigator 

RUSSO, STANLEY R. (1941-47) 

Res. 10 West 82 ml Street, New York. N Y 
Bus. 63 Wall Street, New York, N. * Y. ' 
Attorney 

RUTZEN, ARTHUR C. (1935-42) 

Res. 509 Lafayette Street, Buffalo, N. Y 
Bus. Rudolph Wurlitzer Company, No. Tona- 

wuiida, N. Y. 
Mgr. of Tax and Legislation Dept. 

RYAN, JACK T. (1941-47) 

Res. 6814 N. Greenview, Chicago, III, 

Bus. Room 2005 Insurance Exchange, 175 W. 

Jackson, Chicago, HI. 
Insurance Broker 

RYAN, JOHN p. (1941-40) 

Res. 448 Ashland Avenue. St. Paul, Minti, 

Bus. 17S1 W. Kirst National Bank, St. Paul, 

Minn. 
Legal Assistant 

RYAN, LOWELL D. (1942-44) 

Res. 10705 Lake, Clevpland 1, Ohio 
Bus. Mallenhle Founders' Society, Room 18()fl. 
Union Commerce Bldg., Cleveland 14. Ohi<, 
Managing Director 

(154) 



UYHN, ARTHUR M. (1940-45) 

SL ?' SpFln£ 8t ' L0S An Se]e 8 , Calif, 
hecunty Service Agency 



SABO, ARTHUR L. (1040-43 & 1946-47) 
Res. Delaware Road, Rlegelsville, Pa. 

SACKETT, B. EDWIN (1920-41) 

Res. 107 No. Eddy St., South Bend, Indiana 

T « « Stuflebalter Corp., 635 So. Main St., 
South Bend, Ind. 

Asst. Vice Pres. m charge of Production 

SALESMAN, RICHARD T. (1931-33) 

Res. 505 West Main St., Carrollton, Ohio 
Bus. 18 West Main St., Carrollton, Ohio 
Attorney 

SAMMTS, GORDON C. (1941-44) 

Res. 26 Oakland Ave,, Huntington, LINY 
Bus. McCole & Reid, 39 Wall Street, New York, 

Lawyer 

SANDERS, WAYNE A. (1935-36) 

Res. Residence 161, Ft. Logan, Colo 

Bus. Veterans Administration, Denver Federal 

Center, Box 1260, Denver, Colo 
Chief, Inspection-Investigation Division 
SATKR, MAX E. (1943-46) 

Res. 424 S. Knoblock St., Stillwater, Okla 

' 2 °, a StiIhvater National Bldg., Stillwater, 
Attorney at Law 

SAUX, EDGAK J. (1938-46) 

lies. 8406 Palmetto St., New Orleans 18, La 

"'leanfSLa ; 1 ^ 722 ^^^^ 
Office Manager 

(ICC) 




SAVAGE, UENky E. (101--1S) 

Hes. P. o. Box 146, Colfax, Washington 

A tt o ri S I,th,,g ' C °" aX - ^.hin B tau 
SAVAGE, JOHN F. (1942-45) 

Ss' S SSi ( !J°- T , 8um . mlt Ave ' Milwaukee 11, Wise. 

afreet, Milwaukee 8, Wise 
Attorney 

SAVAGE, JOHN W. (1037 41) 

i si™ ir f " g Mh,:Mm! <*- 4 *»««. 

wji fetreet, Jticrlimomj 1!) V-i 
Sales 

SAWYER, LEWIS E. (1017-24) 

Jl«. W26 North Woodruff Ave,, Whitofi Sh R a y 

iSjet F M-, C °' 1,WflHo ». S001 West Canal 
>Mlwt . Milwaukee 8, Wise 
Investigator ' ' 

SAWYER, WILLrAM E. (1942.45, 

Eos. 18 Russell Road, Panwood, N J 
«-«. Johnson & Johnson, ooorge" & „ miliUo „ 
ftts., .New Hnmswick X J 

Dircfltor, T ! - ; ,de & co ilsmn ;; Edl ; L , atioll 

»AXON, OLIN GI.ENN ( 19]7 . 20J 

±*n>f. of EponomidB-r,,],. University 
SAXTON, KIPHAKD C. (1f)tLMS) 

Buh 5S iTn St ' rh «"«tlu,. Ohio 

NCANLON, C. PAUL (lO-iH-lS) 

(ISC) 



SCHAUMBUHGEH, MAX M. (1017 i Ql 

h& TViutney B!dgj New 0rloanB 12 

Attorney & Counsellor at Law 

D. C. Pentagon, Washington 25, 

Judge Advocate 
SCHEEMERHORN, AUGUSTS * 

SCHIEDERMAYER, P H IT tp t 

Kes. 7409 No I L " (1942-48) 

WiL W ACTe *»* Mllwa„ kee n 

Sa es Representative it Bflnk 
SC ™ D ■FREDERICK P. aMoa(h 

SCHMID, WILLIAM J. < 1SH2 ^ 

y at Law-Aast. County Prosecutor 

Attorney at Law ' Boeheste ' *. N. Y. 

SCHOALES, JOE B . (1931 ^ 

H^ 2408 Eunaton Ave g/' » ■ 
B«. California Depf f ^"S"" ?*' <** 
mg, aoo McABi s t er VtTatl « 8tate BuHd " 
2, Cnllf. StrGet ' s an Francisco 

Investigator 

(137) 



Attorney ' Hl£h Poi,,t - Ko - C ^»'» 1:t 

SCHOENECKER, KENNETH P. (1042-45) 
Res. Route B, West Bend, Wise 

Je Cedar LaKe, Taven, Operator, Orchard 
& Berry Farm— Partner 
X ubhc Accounting 

SCIIROBDBIl, ADELBERT S flOTI ifh 

"us. The Pennsylvania Railroad Co., 1740 Broad 

Street Station Building, Philadelphia f Pa 

Assistant General Counsel P " ' Pa ' 

SCHROBDEK, HAROLD O. (1931-39) 

Hos. 1228 West B,vd.,ci e vindf Ohio 

Avenue, Cleveland 13, Ohio 
Aset. Supervisor General Accounting 
SCHRUTB, PETER E. (1942-45) 

Eos. 80 Retiro Way, San Francisco 13 Calif ' 
Bus. Curtis Publishing Co „ 2m l£^* 

AUv, rt S;? mOTy Bt ™* *" — »eo. Calif 

Sf-'HCMACIIKK, HAROLD P. 
Res. 1(570 Lake Drive, S.E 
gaii 

KUB ' SJ * B »-t «» Wchlgai, National Bank 

Bldg., Grand Rapids, Michigan 
Manager of Tax Department 

SCHWEIGER, VERNON J. {1W2 . 45) 
Res. 120 Wesf <mj, «*■ »*■■ J 

Bus 548 Si , i St ' """spoils, Minn. 
Srnty ^ B » k ^^-. Mluneapolta, Minn. 

SCHWER, GEORGE A. (1942-44) 

■ f Ke6 * S(!h wor, 310-313 M. & M Bid* 
Springfield 18, Ohio g " 

Lawyer 

(158) 



(1043-4,-j) 
Grand Rapids, Mic-lii- 



14th 



2us' S S^. d Rd " P,easan tviII G[ N. T. 
Bus. 17 Battery Place, New York 4 N Y 
Lawyer— Gulf Oil Corp, ' 

SCOTT, DWIGIIT H. (m4B) 

lies. 31 Woodbine Avenue, Merrick N Y 
Bus. National Biscuit Company, 449 W 

Street, New York 14, N Y 
Labor Relations ' * 

SCOTT, HARRY E. U935-38) 

Sns' ? Van , G i, esen S ^et, Richland, Wash. 
Bus. General Electric Co., Richland Wash 
Personnel Supervisor 

SCOTT, JAMES H. (1942,46) 

^on:' T R S s ^ Ch -^^nRd. > Ho US - 

Attorney ™ ' H ° USt ° n (BeI ' aire > Te ^ 

SCOTT, JOHN M. (1942-45) 

Res. 317 W. Cedar, Florence 8 C 
Bus. P. o. Box 106, Florence, S C 
Attorney 

SCOTT, NORVELL O. (1933.42) 

Kes- 2611 Oak Lawn Ave., Dallas, Texaa 

■DX^r nietration ' n " c ™-^ 

A«t Chief Inspection-Investigation Dlv. 
SCOVELL, MACE H. (1940-46) 

Bos. Morton & Cresswell Streets, Ridley Park, 

street, Philadelphia 7, Pa 
Attorney 

SCUDDER, MILTON E. (1941-47) 

Res. P. O. Box 861, Port Blakely, Wash 

Bn, The Texas Company, 81rt ^d At antic Ave 

Long Bench, Calif. ' 

Chemist 

(159) 



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m 



SCULLY, CHARLES J. (1000-26) 

Res. 8212-lOth Avenue, Brooklyn 28 N Y 

Bus. National Assn. of Credit Men! One Park 

Avenue, New York 16, N T 
Director Fraud Proven tion Dept. 

SEARS, JOHN F. (1933-45) 

Res. 500 S. 47th St., Philadelphia 43 Pa 
Bus. 1429 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa 
Director of Industrial Relations, Publicker In- 
duBtries, Inc. 

BEATON, JOHN C, JR. (1942-46) 
Res. Seaton, in. 

Bus. State Bank of Seaton, S eat on, Illinois 
Tico President-State Bank erf Seaton; Attorney 
at Law; General Insurance 

SEERY, WILLIAM F. (1921-38) 

Bus. TO Pine Street, Room 903, New York 5, 

Investigations 

SBIBERT, WILLIAM C. (1940-45) 

Res. 8682 Rosalie Ave., Brentwood 17 Mo 

Bus. 1218 Olive St., St. Louis 3, Mo ' 

Attorney 

SELFRIDGE, CHARLES P, JR. (1942-441 
Bos. R. D. 2, Madison, Conn 
Bus. The Joseph & Feiss Co., 200 Fifth Avenue 

New York 10, K, Y. 
Salesman 

SHNNETT, WILLIAM C. (1941 45) 
Res. 12 Beaman St., Pouitney vt 
Bus. Municipal Bldg., 46 Main Street, Poultney, 

Attorney at Law 

SEVERS, CHARLES A. (1942-45) 

Res. 1355 Parsons Bldg., Whitestone, L. I N Y 

Treasurer 

(IfiO) 



SEWARD, LEE H. (Wio 2n 

^.7.La rs ,, ( pS U r g h 21 ,P a . 

Special Aeent in Charge 

SHAFTNER, WILLIAM V. (1941-4,) 

Be.. 75 Elrod Avenue, Oalulfd S Calif 
*>us. Pacific American «!^ n , . "- aj «. 

fomia Street Sfln S n m8hiP ASS0C - 16 c «"- 
Public Relations * ran « SC o U, Calif. 

SHANAHAN, RICHARD P. (mi m 
Ees. 6915 Vallev Rrt srl u ™f" J8 ) 
B™ 71! Com m L e BlS T City ' M °* 
Attorney at lTw g " Ka " SaS Clt ^ Mo. 

SHANNON, WILLIAM E. (1942 «, 

Washington 5 D C ' N,W - 

Beal Estate ' ' "" 

SHARP, JAMES R. (1934.35) 

5° D M a r0POUtai1 Bank ^.. WasMngL 

Attorney at Law 

SHAW, WAYNE H. (1841 «. 

SHEA, WILLIAM L. LT TO ,„w, 

** 3!00 Que St.,' N W WashW^ n 
B«s. Naval Co mman(J , oks^XU £ g 

8HEATA, CLARENCE H. n 94 , «, 

Bes. 8653 Litzsinger R d S? „ « 
Bus. Metropolitan LSt Erentwood ". Mo. 

(161) 



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SIIEEDY. J. PAUL (1942-45] 

Res. 327 Burroughs Drive, Snyder 21 N T 

?£?» Bart ° n ' DurBtine & ^ bor »^ Iue, 
1H14 Rand Building, Buffalo 3 N T 
Advertising 

SHEEKETSKI, JOSEPH L. (1942-451 
lies. 188 Tolicha, Reno, Nevada 
Bus. University of Nevada, Reno, Nevada 
Director of Athletics & Head Football Condi 

SHEER, MORRIS H. (1011-46) 

Bes. 6369 Columbia Avenue, Philadelphia 31. Pa 
? U80n -J^<* & SanM »- 121S ^stnu St 
Boom 501, Philadelphia 7 Pa 

Attorney at Law 

SHILEY, JAMES U. (1934-42) 

Bes. 527£an Vicente Blvd., Apt. G, Santa Monica, 

Bus. War Assets Administration, 155 W Wash 

ington St., Los Angeles, Calif 
investigator 

SIIINN, JOHN EDWARD (i<)4» 4->) 

lies. 47-12-lOOth Street, Flushing N Y 

Patent Attorney 

SHIRLEY, MAX C. (1942-45) 

Res. 1231 West Walnut Street, Apt. 105, Kokomo, 
Indiana ' 

Bub. Room 412, Armstrong-Landon Bldg Ko- 
Attorney 

SHIVERS, ROBERT L, (1020-34) 

Bes. 4401 Kan a] a Ave., Honolulu T H 

Bur. Treasury Dppt . u R- Oollcctor ^ Cnstome 

I'etleral Building Honolulu T II 
Collector of Customs 

(102) 



SILVER, DAVTn * 

Calif. " Bla Z-> San Francisco 4 

Attorney 

SIMON, JULES c. (M42 „. 

SIMON, SAMUEL C. (192e 3fi . , V 

Bes. 204 E. Miller Ave oh* „ 
Betired e> ' 0rJ and , Fla. 

SINGER, JtORPHm ,-, 

*- lli°Sil C st ( C 9 1 r 8 - 19 > 

*u.. Estate of William ^gS £«■«; Texas 

«SK, TOM H. Ma, 

K ««. 949 San Pascnal A 
Calif. 1SSCUaI Al ^«e, h0B Angslea ^ 

Bus. Hughes Aircraft Co r i 

Industrial Belations Director ^ C,t7 ' CaI * 

I sla b™'^T onh - ^-^) 

™. ^j/,> Leeward Avr. t . 
Bus. 630 SoDth Spring" S t ^^^ 5 ' Cal * 
_ c-Ha-^se, Office B?dg L f! d L - A ; Stock Ex- 
Attorney ae -' Los Angeles 14, Calif. 

(163) 




SLATER, H. M. (1029-32) 

Res. 339 Elimvood Avenue, Topeka, Kansas 

Bus Slater & Slater, Attorneys, 208-10 West 6th 

St., Topclra, Kans. 
Lawyer 

SMITH, ADRIAN C. (1940-45) 

Res. 220 Lebanon Avenue, Pittsburgh 10 p a 

Bus. Alu minum Co. of America, 801 Gulf Bide 
Pittsburgh 19, p fl . b " 

Attorney—Labor Relations and Personnel 
SMITH, ALEX, JR. (1934-38) 

Res. Fayette, Ala. 

Bus. Wright and Smith, Fayette, Ala. 

Attorney 

SMITH, CLYDE WILLARD (1939-42) 

Res. 800 N. Wayne St., Art. 30(5, Arlington. Va 
Bus. War Assets Administration, Compliance En- 
forcement Div., Tempo J, Washington 25, 

SMITH, C. W. (1043-45) 

Res. 816 Garibaldi Avenue, San Gabriel, Calif 
Bus. Security-First National Bank of L. A., 213 

W. 6tli Street, Los Angeles, Calif 
Asst. Trust Officer 

SMITH, D WIGHT M. (1940-46) 

Res. 1215 W. Gregory Blvd.. Kansas City, Mo 
Bub. Smith & Smith, 705 Rialto Building, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 
Attorney at Law 

SMITH, GILBERT A. (1042-46) 

Res. 831 Waukegan Ave., Highland Part II] 
Bus. Central National Bank in Chicago, Roose- 
velt Road at Halsted, Chicago 7, Illinois 
Trust Officer 

SMITH, HAROLD A. (1935-42) 

Res. 1514 Bel Aire Drive, Glendale 1, Calif 
Bus. 812 Rowan Blag., 458 So. Spring Street Los 

Angelos 13, California 
Attorney 

(184) 



«... ^^rI^' m tTr° V"" 

ional Bank of n„™ Gl ' dnt ' m Sa- 

to* lo 5, TeJs C ° mmerre B'de., San An- 

Lawyer 

SMITH, KENNETH A. (1W! , W) 

R es. 300 South Sixth at w f , 

*<*■ Bell & s Jth,l O Zl'T*' IlL 

attorney at L aw ° X 1 " 1 ' Watseka, Ilh 

I »MITH, LEE A. {m2 ^ 5) 

" otL'Sr ""^ ** * **«■ St,. 
Service Station Operator 
SMITH, MONROE o. (m3 _ 4 

"us. Plastic Mfrs. Inc 
Treasurer & Secretary' 

Certified PllbIIe Accountant 
SMITH, RICHARD E. (193* 4« 
Res. 5023 Thrush St DaHal l 
Bus. United Aircraft Corn r^ 

craft Div £ ^f ' ^ V ° Ught Air- 

SMITH, RICHARD WENDELL (1942 441 

Lawyer millg ' L »icoIn, Nebraska 

SMITH, ROSWELLE. (1934 4m 

Kes. 714 Cumberland B NE Arlft f 
Bus. Rieh's, Inc 41 vT^a o7*' Atlanta - «a. 
Manage- '^e^^^f^t, Atlanta, G «. 
toction »<-rwcts Dept. Store P r0 - 

(MB) 




SMITH, WILLIAM A. (1931.37) 

Re. 3MWCo.ic.ra Pike, Wilmington 28, Dela. 
Hub. K I du Pont do N emourB & ( . 0i| In 

Loga D.,,t., 10th & Market Streets WB- 

mnigtoii 08, Dela. 
Attorney 

SMITHS, 0. KIRBY (1934.43) 

Ross. fi44 No. Palo Verrto »/i m., „ , . 

J in'BOn, Arizona "i-i^t, 

Iiisupni.ee & Mortgage Loan Agent 

SNOW, BERT P. (1842-45) 

Res. 124 N. Green Ave., Freeport 111 
Bus. 27% W. Stephenson St., Freeport III 
Lawyer ' 

KNOW, JOHN II. (1942-46) 

n«, ffl5-2n«1 Avenue, Salt Lake City, utnh 
«u«. J^BC. & Snow, 32 Exchange ^,™ 



Suit Lake City, Utah 
Lawyer 



BMg„ 



SNYDER, FRANKLIN B. (1942-46) 
Res. 2217 Ridge Are., Eranston 11] 

s. s:%sjtst- ™ s ° Mk l - 

Lawyer 

SOLOMON, CHARLES M. (1940-45) 

Res. 112 Glenview Ave., Wyncote, p a 

1S ' 1 7 f 2 pn BH,ikcrs ^<'"™ties B1«1 K ., Philadelphia 
Attorney at Law 

SPEAR, MONT CLAIR (1B30-4*) 

Res. 13S^P irs , Avenno South, S , nttl , ^ w „ h . 

Bus. MCJonos Rldg., 1331 Third A TC1111P| Seattle 

J. Washington 
Altoruey -it r.aw 



BT 3 irrs n ^ ret r- j 
A t to^r ricaiiciiiMi -'--^' ca B ] ?r - 

Bus. Warner and Speetor i«» « ., 

At torn ? y — ^«™, i i°L. Eui,d - -- 

«PENCER, ALBERT (1942 .^ 

E "«. 240 Alpine Ha '''J J k 
Bus. VilWf. nf m , ' , Tuckah °e 7, N. Y. 

T„tVr r ^ P0Hce Department 
Detective Secant of r ' lice 

SPENCER, RICHARD B. (MM - 

?e«. G19 Tunbridge R oad £ " > 
Bus- National Boi.f nf ^ tlm °' e 12 ' Md - 

s f **« st., B N:; d ro P k r/y erwriters ' * 

Special Agent ' V Y " 

SPIGNER, A. FLETCHER tb 

Res. 2Mb wil m «T7 UWO-fl) 

Bus. 1*3, J?' ^ venue ' Columbia, 8 C 
Attorney ^ aShEl ^<>" Street, C olnmb£ £ C. 

SPOLANSKT, JACOB „„„.«. 

Res. 924 Wegt Fnr , , < iyi a-^J 

Investigator "* ^ Nw Yor k, N. X. 

SPRo W , RAYMOND C. < mi 4 ,, 

Res. 94 Forest Street, Be f^o W t 
Bus. Pedpmt t„i , J c "«vnie a, ft. j 

STALCUP, WILLIAM O ( 1U 1 *-. 
KM. 605 Washington Blvd n^n 
B",- Souther Oom f of t IV c ; r J ak 10 Pa f - ™*ol s 

.Street, Chicago, inZt' ° ^ L * Sb, '« 
I>ivi S10 nal Sales Manager 

(167)" 




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STANFORD, CARL E. (1842-45) 

Eos. 344 Alden Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 
Bus. IT South High Street, Columbus, Ohio 
Attorney sit Law 

STANLEY, JOHN P. (1941 -J 4) 

Res. 3620-3 Mile Drive, Detroit 24, Michigan 
Bub. Gelatin Products Division. R. P. Seherer 

Corp., 0420 Grin noil Avenue, Detroit 13, 

Michigan 
Chief, Research & Development Labs. 

v STANTON, FRANK N. (1941-47) 

Res. 4011 Stevens Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 
Rub. Farmers Union Grain, Terminal Assoc, St, 

Paul, Minn, 
Director of Industrial Relations 

STAPLES, WILLABD I. (1941-47) 

lies. 16821 Evanston, Detroit 24, Michigan 

Bus. Advertising- Specialties Co., 703 Donovan 

ISldg., Detroit 1, Michigan 
Sales Representative 

.^TAPLETON, NEWTON T. (1031-38) 

Res. 911 Cecil Road, Wilmington 87, Dela. 
Bus. E. I, duPont deNemonrs & Co., Inc., Am- 
monia Dept, 13020 duPont BIdg,, Wilming- 
ton, Dela. 
Industrial Relations 

STARR, GEORGE J. (1920-28 & 3932-47) 

Res. 15(50 Metropolitan Ave., Bronx 62, N. Y. 
Bus. U. S. Dept. of State, Room 3CH5-250 W. 57th 
St,, New York, N. Y. 

STARRETT, ANDREW W-, JR. (1911-44) 

Res. 419 Dorset Ave., Chevy Chase 15, Mil. 
Bus. Professional Iildg., Rockvillo, Md. 
Attorney at Law 

STAUEFER, ROYAL L. (1942-46) 

Res. 803 Edgewater, Ft. Wayne 3, Indiana 

Bus, General Electric Company, 1035 Broadway, 

Ft. Wayne 2, Indiana 
St.afC Assistant 

(168) 



STEGER, HUGH L. (1941-46) 

Res. 4301 Westside Dr., Dallas, Texas 

Bus, SLorey, Sanders, Sherrill & Armstrong, 3218 

Republic Bank Uldg., Dallas 1, Texas 
Lawyer 

STEPHENS, LEONARD S. (1942-45) 

Res. Wlutley City, Ky. 
Bus. P. O. Box 181, Whitley City, Ky. 
Lawyer 

STEPHENSON, HARRY R., JR. (1941-45) 
Ree. Paria Mountain, Greenville, S. C. 
Bus. Kondrick & Stephenson, 1411 Woodside 

Bldg., Greenville, S. C. 
Attorney 

STEPHENSON, HENRY G. (1930-32) 

Res. 1127 W. Lake Cannon Drive, Winter Haven, 

Fla. 
Bus. County of Polk, Winter Haven & Bartow, 

Fla. 
Attorney & County Solicitor 
STERN, BERNARD (1935-40) 

Res. 152 East 94th Street, New York 28, N. T. 
Bus. 601 West £6th St., New York 1, N. Y. 
Accountant 

STEVENS, GEORGE A. (1930-40) 

Res. 11 Dutch Village, Sheridan House, Albany 
4, N. Y. 

Bus. Montgomery Ward & Co., Broadway, Al- 
bany 4, N. Y. 

Chief Accountant 

STEVENS, GEORGE M„ JR. (1940-45) 
Res.4529 North Hazel St., Chicago, 111. 
Bus. 100 W. Monroe St. No. 2200, Chicago, III. 
Attorney 

STEWART, EDGAR A. (1942-45) 
Res. P. O. Box 475, Selma, Ala. 
Bus. Pettus, Fuller, Reeves & Stewart, Selma, 

Alabama 
Attorney 

(109) 



-STEWART, JOTTW « 

„ *«'os 1 Inc., Pear] «lt I ePl ° La bor«- 
*'«■ Middletown Bond l2, r ' N ' Y ' 
I-nbor Relations thacn - N - *• 

STEWART, JQ 

B««. Security ^'J* (1938 -*D 

«. Calif enne btr »% Los Angela 

»«.«.» c„ MU , t „„ e & „ 

,- re Pennsylvania Street w* „ 
Colorado Wt ' A E ,t 2, Denver 3 

Investigator 

STICKNEY, HOWAR71 r , 

»*»■ ^0 Part 2J w (1942 - 44 > 

Texas sperwii Ria e ., Hongton 2 

Lawyer 

STON Ei FRANKLIN M. (1B * „ t 
Res. 202 N. State St w 44) 
Bus. p irst Natj "„ n] S !;' WBB «a, Minn, 
attorney ^r 1 B »«* »%, W ase oa, Minn. 

(170) 



■ m E " «"»**,», sierra Madre, Calif. 

^ JttLMM JOHN (1942 44> 
Res. 3405 Vista Ave St V !f • ? , 
B"-. Srtton Fibre can Co "£ i*°' 

Maplewood, Mo IS Bend Blvd. 

Sales Service Mgr. 

lubllR Accountant— Heti rea 

isus. Mene Grande Oil p 

709, Caracat vl^T^ &A - ^'^ 

STOUDENMIRE, STERLING F ™ 

Hes. 4640 N. 13th Stwi? a" ,f E " < 19 43«) 

Bus. 1740 G St w w £' Arlin ^'>n. Va. 
Attorney ' N ' W - W »^ington 6, D. C. 

STOVER, JOHN g. (1917 M , 

i^r L r street - »~ ** * ». X. 

OJympia, WaThlngtl U ""* C ° ntro1 *«* 

Member of Board 

STRONG, GENE E. (mz „, 

ouri a Ave -> Clayton 5, Miss- 

Bus. strong Heating Co 7*1 nr ««. 

Louis 1, Mo 01lTe StrGe t, St. 

nenting Contractor 

(171) 




SULLIVAN, DANIEL P. (1^.4,, 

lies. 274 N. B. 110th Terrace, Miami 38 m, 

SULLIVAN, JOHN J. (i 84 l-45> 

Res. au N. Maiu , Street , And 

««a- C. I. r,., Washington, I>. C. 
SULLIVAN, JOSEPH P. (1942-45) 

Bes. 2046 Superior St., Whiting l ndiana 

IVrsonne! & Lflbor Rmtioill( ^^.^ 

SULLIVAN, VINCENT L. (1940-43) 
Res. 3816 W Street- N w w ! 
n.i H t?„ »"oet, w.w., Washington 7, D c 

Bus. Reconstruction Finance Corporal on 811 
Vermont Avenue Nw w„ ^" 1 * u,1 ° 11 > S1 1 
Investigator W " * a slii lff ton 7. D. C, 



In- 



SUMMER, LIBOKAHD 
lies. 4L > 2-10th Ave 
But 



(1942-45) 

cr, , WoHhingtoii, Minn. 

Summer & Velta, p 
ton, Minn. 
Attorney 



O. liox 107, Worthing- 



8UNDVAJIL, H, n. "HAL" HM1-44) 

-. iii 2 D . 3Wh st Tn JJ,^,, 

Hun. Mass. Mutual Life Ins Co J t. 

Bldff., Tulsa, okla M " 1,lom P 8 <>" 

Life Underwriter 

SUTTER, NORMAN J. (1943-44) 

Be. 7007 Pershing A™.,,* t r lriwrsIfv City ,. 

BiJ. 20 So . Centr.,1 Ave,,,,, C l UT ton r. Mo 
Attorney at Law ' 

SUTTON, JOHN F., JR. (ID42 ., 

**■ «8 Funston PIaw , L AnLio 2, Tex,, 

lo02 Alamo National B„ Ilk Plt(ls g. t ' 
Antonio 5, Texas 
Attorney 

<172) 



SWAPFIELD, F. HARTWELL (1942-45) 
Bej. 258 Beacon street, Boston l«f Mass. 

L " fc - J Ur 1B P»WWiin ff Co., 1020 atnttor Bid- 
Boston 16, Mass. ^ 

Advertising 

SWEENEY ALFR BD E. (18fflW0) 
Res 12 Broadway Patersou, i j. 

Public Accountant 



TANNER, DALE H. (1940-45) 

Bus ZZZy ^' aCe ' SanturCe ' P ^rto Rico 

Uus. So] e Motor Corporation, P. . Box 82S RI« 
Piedras, Puerto Rico ' l0 

Merchant 

TATOM, DAN E. (1917-22) 

S*"' 2? » P,a " k B0ad * GIe "8haw, Pa, 
Bus. 311 Ross Street. Pittsburgh 10, Pa . 

Retired. (Ltd,) 

TAYLOR, ROBERT C., JR. (laaWBJ 

Res. 3870 day St., San Francisco 18, Calif 

Public Relations Consultant 
TAYLOR, THOMAS C. (1942-45) 

Res. 2075 Clover St.. Rochester 10 N Y 

Bus. Nixon, Hargrave, Middleton &' Derails 31 

Exchange Street, Rochester 4, NY 
Attorney ' x * 

TAYLOR, WALTER R. a935 . 3T) 

Res. .25 Eastwood Ave., Santa Ana, Calif 
Bus. Interstate Commerce Commission m Fed- 
eral Office Bide., Civic Center, kan Frat- 
eisco 2, Calif. -rran- 

Speclal Agent-Attorney, In Charge Rail l„ vestl 
gntioua, Coast States investl- 

(173) 




TAYLOR, WARREN J. "ZACK" (1935-40) 

lies. Meridan Routt-, Cheyenne Wyo 
Bus. 307 W. 10th Street, P. . 'box lu<)7, 

Cheyenne, Wyo. 
Heal Estate— Insurance— Attorney 
TEAHEN, JAMBS M., JR. (1942-45) 

Res. 717 North Washington St.. Owosso, Michi- 
gan 

Bus. 114% N. Ball St., Owosso, Michigan 
Attorney at Law 

TEBBE, CARL G. (1942-45) 

Res. 108-25-72nd Ave., Forest Hills N T 

Hus Wright Aeronautical Corp., Beck with Ave 
Paterson, N. J. ' 

Labor Relations Counsel 
TERRY, CHARLES A. (1917-28) 

Res. 1611- 7th Ave. West, Seattle 99, Wash 

' ?J ,s B Coiult ' Wrn - Treasurer, 703 County 
City Rldg., Seattle 1, Wash 
To stiti g Clerk 

TERRY, WILLIAM II., JR. (1942-45) 

K<'«. U10 Park Ave.nie, West Mnnn»l,l«, Ark 
J»ns. BJll Terry's Im-orporntnl, 1S0R Mi | lm .„|. 

way, Wisst Memphis, Ark. 
Vice President and General Manager 
Uuiek Automobile Agency 

TBRWILLIGER, HERBERT L. (1943-44) 
Ros. 801 Grant Street, Wausnu, Wise 
Bus. Genrieh & TerwUllger, 403 Fourth Street 
Wansnu, Wise. el ' 

Attorney 

THARP, WILLIAM G, (1838-38) 

Res. 3531 Dent Pi., N .w., Washing,., 7, D (•■ 
iius. I. O. Box J925, Washington, DC 
Major 

THOMAS, LOUIS A., JR. (1942-45) 
Res. 4815 Liiurel, Bel (aire, Texas 
Bm. And,,,,, equity r „ 40K; S;U1 Jachlto 
Houston, Texas 

(174) 



1HOMPSOS, GROVER C, JR. (1938 _ 47) 

a fly Na,IO " aI BMk B,d *- litoi. 

Attorney 

THOMPSON, LAMONT L. (1W» «> 

He*. 1032 Nimitz Drive, Colma," Calif 
Bus. Station KQW, Columbia Broadening Sys- 

Aceo u :r E S^ HOte1 ' San *'""*»■ <** 
THOMPSON, LEO F. (1939-41) 

ReS " T UV rm ° nd Rd " Gr ° S8e Poirlte Wood, 

30, Mich. 

Bub. Parke, Davis & Co., Foot of McDougal, De- 
troit 26, Michigan 
Asst. Industrial Relations Director 
THOMPSON, ROBERT A. (1940-45J 

BUS 'S/?,\ C0 " Pederal ^rporated, 
Asst t» n" f °™ how R^d, Shanghai, China 
Afest. to General Manager 

THORNGREN, LORBNTZ E, (1942-43) 
Kes. 2714 Sprague St., Omaha, Nebr 
Bus. 3316 Fam am St., Omaha, Nebr' 
Insurance Counsel 

THORSNESS, WILLIAM WARREN (1942.46) 
Res. 6744 N. Lightfoot, Chicago 30, 111 \ 

Hub, Commonwealth Varnish Co., 4124 W P«n 
ker, Chicago, 111. ar " 

Vice President & Sales Manager 

THURSTON, ARTHUR M. (1938-44) 

Bui' MOvVh" Stre 1v SheIbWUfe ' India - 
Farmer ^ SU SheIb ^ i]Ie > Indian. 

TIBBALS, ALLEN H. (1941-47) 

Res. 426 "J" street, Salt Lake City 3, Utah 
Bus. Executive Director of Medieai Service 

Attorn^ £?.= "*• ^ ^ «*■ ™, 
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TIDWHLL, GEORGE H. (1943-46) 

Res. 477 A Pinecrest Circle, Marietta, Ga 

Bus. The Coca Cola Company, 310 North Avenue 

N.W., Atlanta 1, Ga. 
Investigator 

TIGHE, FRANCIS D. (1941-45) 

Res, 1024 Galena Blvd., Aurora, m 

Bus. City of Aurom, 15 Fox Street,' Aurora II] 

Lieutenant — Detective 

TODD, LAWRENCE E. (1941-44) 

Res. 1840 N. Boston Pi ace , Tulsa, Oklahoma 
Bus. 335 Federal Bldg., Tulsa, Oklahoma 
Asst. U. S. Atty. Northern Dist. of Okla. 

TODD, WILBUR MARTIN (1'iM-lQ) 

Res. 45^2 Belita Lane, La Canada, Calif 

Bus. Lockheed Aireraft Corp., Burbank, Calif 

i'lant Protection Mgr, 

TOLLETT, RAYMOND L. (1934-37) 

Res. 553 Hillside Drive, Big Spring, Texas 

Bus. Cosdeu Petroleum Corp., P. o. Bos 1311 

Big Spring, Texas 
President 

TOPOLESKI, ANTHONY (1919-29) 

Res. 158 Eagle Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

TOWNSEND, STEPHEN S. (1943-45) 
Res. 6 Pacific Avenue, Piedmont, Calif 
Bus. Townsend and Townsend, 001 Crocker 

lilug., San Francisco 4 Calif 
Lawyer (Patents) 

TRACY, THOMAS H. (1924-37) 

Res. 320 E. 53rd Street, New York, N. Y 
Bus. 420 Lexington Ave., New York N V 
Consultant Investigations ' * 

TRAPANI, PALL M. (1931-38) 

Bn!' Sf, N ° rth Mang ° Avenue ' Chic ^<> 34, 111. 
Bub. Montgomery Ward & Co., 819 W. Chicago 

Ave., Chicago 7, 111. 
Publicity Controller 

(176) 



TRAPP, HAROLD F„ JR . (1942 _ 47) 
Res. 227 Tremont St., LineoJn in* 
Bus. Ftrst National Bank Bide 'ti„ , 
Attorney at Law S " Luu:o1 ". I". 

TRAUB. MORRIS D. {1 c 13 . 3e) 
Res. <3S W. North Av f . i^u- 
fecial Investigator ^^ 17 ' Md ' 

TREADWAY, CHESTER B. (lm ,, m 

Fla. ^V^hington Street, Orlando, 

Mfrs. Rep. 

TRIMBLE, JOHN T. (19*9 33) 

Ros. 12 Caro Court, Red Bank N J 

TRIPP, EDWARD S. (1942 -46) 

MtoraV' WaShm&t °" St - Y ^"-ti, Michigan 
TBOST, JOHN F. a93s _ 46) 

S: Si l pp stttT ?•■ Milwaukee 9 > ™- 

,,., s ** Btr °ttou Corp., 2711 N Pith <u 
Milwaukee 1, Wile. ' 

Personnel Manager 

TROUT, RICHARD (1W8 . 4fl) 

Beg. 16106 Via pHrn « n ™ t L 
Bus Th* tj! ' n LoT6n ™, Calif. 

hub. The Perm a „ eiltG Metals Corp 1924 Bl . on ^ 
way, Oakland, Calif Br0ad " 

Accountant 

'PUCKER EDWARD J. (1941 . 46) 

JJ!- ?™ 110th St, Richmond U LINT 
B«>. Gahagan Construction Corp Su " «r^ 
Street, New York, N Y Broad 

Executive Assistant' 

(177) 



TURNER, MAX C. (1942-45) 

Eos. Kouto 2, Box 487, Bellevue, Was], 

I.« 8 . Dopt of Public Utilities, state of Wasbing- 

Attorn""' llIBlira '" !0 IJld S- Olynn,!,,. Wnsh. 

TURNIIOLM, KENNETH O (1942 45) 

"y "^ AVe " S °- M,m,MPOl,i 7 ' »"'»■ 
TYLER, LYON L., JR. (1939-48) 

Res. 3017 Crest Avenue, Cheverly Md 

^T' ?^ kC ' Kirk8 UIUl 'Womb. Suite 
Attorney '' ^"S^* IJld B- Wu«i,i„ R ton 5, I). C. 

TYNER, CHARLES M. (1934 45) 

ne S . 40-71 Elbertson St., Blmhurst, LINT 

w" W A, " e v Ca " W ° rld Airwa r s ' 1» B. 42nd 
Street, New York, N, Y. 

General Auditor 



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UI.SBTH, RAGNVALD A. (1942-45) 

Res. laao Harvard Rd„ Berkley, Mic],i B ai, 
Ilti-. W,.|k CT & Co., 822 Woodward Avein.e 
I'otiliae, Mich. l ' 

Branch Mai 



Midi. 
UKitfer— Outdoor Adv. Co. 



VACCARELLI, DANIEL R. (1922-26) 

Res. 1690 Alton Road, Miami Bench Fin 
Bus. 1415 Pan American Hlds., Mianii Flu 
investigator 

VALJAVEC, VICTOR J. (1U7-30) 

Res. 22 Parview Ave., N. Paramus, N. J 

P. O. Box 184, Roehelle Park N J 

Retired Govt. Official ' ' 



VALKENBUUGH, ROBERT 

Pes. TSS Morns Pjuk Ave. 
(ITS) 



(1018-30) 
Bronx GO, N. 



>AN BRUNT, Herbert n 

He B . 530 Harvard P ? ,?' , (MU -«J 
Bks- Thoroughbred ' n °". tarl0 - CaIif " 

u Lo 8 Angles 14 Calif" ^ ^ ° Iive S t». 

*>I*c-»] Representative 

VANDER POEL, WILLIAM rr 

Res. 830 p ar i ™ "^i* (1817 " 18 ) 

VAN QERPEN, GEORGE r 

Res. 3616 North p7 n A a (1943 «> 
Bus. Ma nfle] Bros 1 G r -° T :; Chica ^ ™- 

II]. ' * ftorth State St., CMcag* 

A^itin,- Indl]etrlal Bngineering 

VAN LANDINGHAM, RUSSELT * 

Res. 8 Porsythe Street ^S (1W0 -*> 

E "s. Lambeth Bid* L^^T" 16 - N " & 
Attorney ' Thon »aHvlll e , Jj. C, 

VAN R rs N rc RHrs <**«•> * 

Shawnee, Oki *""■ W **«*» 3*/ ■ <« 

Attorney " ■=;'' 

VAN WINKLE, RICHARr, A ^ 

*> S "26 Milled* * 0«WB) 
«un. Strevell, Paterson *■ Lake Cit r «• Utah 

Trea su r ^ --XS^' 

BuWio 4 "i 1 ? 11 ? f™- *— r e StetIon , 
BUS - f an <*ot, Bonalg,' Cohen T «vi 
Attorney at Law *' Nu ^^ Falls, N. Y. 

VEITH, JOHN P. (mg 4fi . 
Ke B . 5832 Persian i a } 

«»*.: rw oiive s *< *r "? ".'■ Louis "• Mo. 
(179) 




VERDIER, LAWRENCE J. (19*2-46) 

Him. Armatro i,g, Weadock, Essery & Helm, 3380 

I'enobseot Blag., Detroit 26, Michigan 
Attorney fe 

VETTERLI, REED E. (1926-38) 

lies. 1802 Yale Avenue, Salt Lake City PUh 
Bus. Walter li. Lloyd Co., 850 South Main, Suit 

Lake City 2, Utah 
Partner in business— Admiral & York Inter- 
mountain Distributors 

VINCENT, JOHN W. (1933-45) 

Res. 54 Sagamore ltd., Hronxville 8, N Y 
Bus. Southern Comfort Corp., MO Fifth Avenue 

New York 18, X.- Y. 
Business Reprosenta tive 

VINCENT, NORRIS BROOKS (1941-43) 

Res. Rudd Hotel, Owensboro, Ky 

Bus. Rudd Hotel i>Mg., Owensboro, Ky. 

Attorney 

VINER, LEONARD RAYMOND (1942-45) 

nes. Apt. Glfi, 3000-39th N.W., Washington Ifi, 

tins. Arcade-Sunshine Co., 713 Lamont St N W 

Washington 10, D. C. 
Laundry & Dry Cleaning business 

VINSON, JOSEPH W. (1938-45) 

Res. 525 N. E. 29tll Street, Miami 37, in a. 

VOGEL, RAYMOND H. (1940-46) 

Kes. 134 S. Lorimier Street, Cape Girardeau, Mo 
Bus. Buerkle & Vogel, Exchange Bank Bldg 

Jackson, Mo. 
Attorney at Law 

VOSE, WILLIAM T. (1942-45) 

Res. 104 Standish Road, Watertown 72 Mass 
Huh. Hutchinson & Vosc, 20 Pemberton Smiare 

I »<> st on S, M;isx. 
Lawyer 

(ISO) 



VOSHELL, ROBERT 



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Res 12-! «„ ;TT "' ^935-38) 

»£ X<t rL?.r. ta *■— % at 

United 



States Air Force, p. 
Investigator 



of Spcaal Investigations, 



Annex, Los An "^ VS?" T *™-a' 



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WADE, LOUIS J. (1927 ^j 

Brooklyn, N. Y. ** *** NaTOl Shipmd, 

WADE, THOMAS V. „„„, 

Bes. Overlook," Budd Lake, N J 
Bus. Bor 36, Netcong N J 
Partner of Joseph Wade & &om 
Member of Firm-Gallo Bros., I nc 
ASS0P ' Wlth De *™e Amusement Comply 

WAGER EUGENE E. ^41.45, 

Bus. General Shoe Corp., General Shoe «M. 
Nashville 3, Term B, o«-. 

Assoc. Dir. S U p Plr Divls , on 

WALDRON, JAMES A. (U11 «, 

Attornfy ^ State Street ' *«»*•» 8. N. f 

*»a. Ordnance Region, APO 777 « mr 

York, N. T. 7 % PM ' Ne w 

Captain 

WALKER PHILtp A> y 

ta«a, Venezuela S A ' Partad ° ^ Barce " 
I»d»rtrial Regions Representative 
(181) 




WALL, CLEMENT W. (1939-45) 

Res. 4147 Southwestern St., Houston 5, Texas 
Bus. Southern Motors Co. (Packard Autos), 1517 

Austin Strict, Houston, Texas 
Rules Manager 

WALLACE, JAMES E. (1040-46) 

Res, 1'. (). Box 123, WrLghtsville Heaeh, N.C. 
WALSH, THOMAS II. (1942-46) 

Res. 1930 Loriug PI. So., New York 53, N. Y. 
Bus. Office of the Inspector Naval Materiel, 
Bld«. No. 3, 11th Floor, New York Naval 
Shipyard, Brooklyn, New York 
Industrial Survey Specialists— Supervisor 
WALTERS, CHARLES J. (1942-47) 

Res. Route 1, Box 205, Arlington Heights, 111. 
Bus. PetrucelH & Walters, Room 1250, 20 N, 

Waeker Drive, Chicago, 111. 
lilts. State Rank Building, Palatine. Ill, 
Attorney at Law 

WARD, EUGENE M. (1929-38) 

Res. 8736- 108th Street, Richmond Hill 1!), N. Y. 
Bus, 120 Broadway, New York 5, N. Y. 
Accountant 

WARD, WILLIAM E. (1942-46) 

Res. 9437 Shore Road, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bus. Standard Brands Inc., 595 Madison Avenue, 

New York 22, N. Y. 
Product Manager 

WARE, JAMES C. (1943-46) 

Res. 83 Green briar Avenue. So. Pt. Mitchell, 

Covington, Ky. 
Bus. 507 First National Bank Bldg., Covington 

Ky. 
Attorney at Law 

Barnes, john w. (1928-40) 

'Ros. 1203 Woodlawn Avenue, Wilmington 160, 

Dela. 
Bus. E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Inc., 

10th & Market, Wilmington 98, Dela. 
Attorney 

(182) 



WASHINGTON, GEORGE M. (1941-44) 

Res. l^south Orig zb a Avenue, Dolney, Cali- 

Bna. Standard Oil Company of Calif., 605 West 

01ym Pie Blvd., Los Angeles 15, Calif 
Land and Lease Agent 

WASHINGTON, HARRY J. (19 42-46) 

Bus. Dodge Bros Corp., Liberty Trust Bldg., 
City Mgr and ArCh ' «"***** 7, Pa. * ' 

WASSON, MAXSON E. (1914 24) 

Re'urS 07 N ' MSaelia St " Sp ° k - e * Wash. 

WATERMAN, NORMAN E. (1 042-45) 

us' T^Vr^ 1 AVenUe - ^rgenfield, N. J. 
M/o; ra T h B e ea wf ?" ^^ ^ **«» 
Sales Representative 

WATERMAN, ORAN HOWARD (19 42-45> 

Res. 233-A Wil.oughby Ave., Broo2£?. T 
Bus. American Bank Credit Plan, 103 Part Ave- 
nue, New York, NY 
Vice President Charge Bank Relations 
WATERS, JAMES J. (1928-34) 

J™' S? P BeIlCTlew Bt - K «-as City, Mo. 
AttorS^^^^^'^-City.Mo. 

WATKINS. A. HALE (1934-37) 

Ho 8 . 1033 Monroe Street, Jackson 5, Miss 

B a ox°S 7 E r d i ot «* ^-^ P- O. 

box 4397, Jackson 118, Miss. 
Special Agent 

WATKINS, ELTON (1910-13) 
(183) 




WATKINS, THOMAS N. (1941-47) 
Res. I*. O. Box 375, London, Ky. 
Bus. London Motor Car Co. & Watkins Auto 

Parts, 203 X. Main Street, London Ky 
Asst, Manager 

WATSON, LA VERNE M„ COMDR. USN (1917-19) 
Res. 4179 Arden Way, San Diego 3, California 
Bus. Hq, 11th Naval District, 1220 Pacific High- 
way, San Diego 30, Calif. 
TJ. S. Navy 

WATTS, WENDELL E. (1042-46) 

Res. 2330 Sutterville Road, Sacramento, Calif 
Bus. Cost & Watts, 1802 "J" Street, Sacramento 

Calif. 
Certified Public Accountant 

WATZMAN, PERRY (1025-34) 

Res. 51 Clark Street, Hotel St. George, Brook- 
lyn 2, N. Y. 
Bus. Federal Works Agency, 101 Park Avenue, 

New York, N. Y. 
Attorney 

WEBB, ARTHUR C. (1917-19) 

Res. 2314 No. Commonwealth Ave., Los Angles' 
27, Calif. S 

Bus. 210 West Seventh, Los Angeles 14, Calif. I 

Lawyer f 

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WE UK, J. L. (1013-22) j 

Res. 8234 Howard Drive, Houston 12, Texas I 

Bus. 1740 Commerce Building, Houston 2, Texas 
Lawyer 

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WEBBER, W. FORBES (1940-45) ' 

Res. 3O2O-30th West, Seattle 00, Wash. I 

Bus. Seattle Regional Office, U. S. Securities & j 

Exchange Comm., Room 810, 1411 4th Ave 

P.ldg., Seattle 1, Wash. 

Attorney j 

(184) ! 



WEBER, FREDERICK A., JR. (1942-45) 

Res. Box l, Spirit Lake, Iowa 

Bus. Consumers Independent Lumber Co Box 

• No - 1> Spirit Lake, Iowa 
Certified Public Accountant 
Part Owner & General Manager 
WEBER, HERMAN F. (1940-46) 

Hes. 1089 Lupin Way, San Carlos, Calif 

Bus. Labor Negotiating Service, Div. of Safeway 

frSTa lB »' * Moilt ^mery Street, Room 
-luos, ban Francisco 4 Calif 
Staff Negotiator 

WEBER, PAUL E. (1942-46) 

Res. 1311 Carlton Dr., Glendale 5 Calif 

Bus. Finance Associates, 3505 S. Figueroa St 

Los Angeles 7, Calif. 
Manager 

WEDGE, VIRGIL H. (1942-45) 

Res. 1609 Plumas St., Reno, Nevada - 

Bus. City Hall, Reno, Nevada j 

Attorney ; 

WEEKS, ALTON F. (1942-43) '' '['' 

Res. 4404 west Virginia Ave., Betheada It MiLm 
Bus. Office of Alien Property, DeparSa* bil 
Justice, 101 Indiana Ave., N.W WaaW*M« 
ton 25, D. C. "' "■"■***" S 

Accountant— Examiner 
WErSSELBERG, ROBERT C (1942 44> 
Res. 6D-35-C-186th Lane, Flushing N T 

YoTJ N Pr Y ,1CtS ' 3T Wa " *»* NW 
Import Broker 

WELCH, FRANKLIN L. (1934-46) 

Res. 140 Los Vegas Road, Orinda, Calif 

nu^n 1 !? Compan y- 121 <* Latham Sqnare 
Bldg., Oakland, Calif. 

WELLES, JOHN R. (1933-40) 
Res. Wyahising, Pa, 
Bus. Welles Mill Co.', Wynlusing Pa 
Partner 

(1S5) ' 



WELLS, ALFONSE P. (1M0-«1 

Bus. Room 1650, 20 No. Wacker Drive, Chicago 3, 

Investigations — Lawyer 
WELLS, DAVID B. (1034,37, 

Partner-Fuel Business * Md " 

WENIG, ERYINE C. (W6-4B) 

f t CS - i° 49 T «rn e r, Dallas, Texas 

I" vest! nations Agency " rei(,s 

WBBRON JAMRS B . aMMfl) 

J™, ^l L ilk(1 Dpi ve, rjorkeJey S, Calif 

' s^T" & M « C »»«™. 0«i Market SfrM 
San Iraneiseo 3, Calif ' 

Attorney 

WBHSON, JAMES it. (1942-4(5) 

Res 291 Lake Drive, Berkeley 8, Calif. 

m7Zl r B T T11 ; Ke ° Ugh a " d Vallum, 

Attorney 
WEST, KENNETH C. (1M0 . 48) 

2"' S ? ,<1,, 1 M ' m ' K ™ ««*• Mo. 

Lawyer 

WHALBN, JOHN A. (1918-21) 

T S SS v ? r mSt , 0Ck ATC - Whi «ier, CaBf. 

WHEELER, LUCIEN C. (1908-27) 

n vtJ , b ' W00<] Blvd - Hollywood 28, Calif. 
Investigations ^«»". 

(ISO 



WHEELER, WILLIAM M., JR. (1940-44) 

Res. Rua Anibal De Men donga 180, Apt. 302 Rio 

de Janeiro, Brazil 
Bus. U. S. Government, American Embassy, Rio 

De Janeiro, Brazil 
Special As st. to American Ambassador 

WHELAN, FRANK J. (1934-45) 

lies. 003 Central Avenue, New Haven 15, Conn 
Bus. Motor Carriers Council, Inc., 152 Temple 

Street, Now Haven 10, Conn. 
Labor Relations Consultant 

WHITE, CHARLES B, (1941-48) 

Res. l(B7 Forest Avenue, Birmingham, Mich 
Bus. R I!(l lo Distributing Co.. 100 Selden 

Detroit 1, Mich. 
Attorney 

WHITE, CLARENCE D. (1928-36) 

Res. Flamingo Hotel, Las Vegas Nevada 
Credit Manager 

WHITE, FRANCIS E. (1641-48) 

Res. 731 Woodland Are., Roselle Park K J 
Bus. River Lane Knitting Mills Inc., 24 W. 4oth 
Street, Room 903, New York, N. T 

Executive Asst. to President 

WHITE, HUBERT & (1918-25) 

Res. 5708-11 th St. No., Arlington, Va. 

Bus. TJ. S. Dept. of Agriculture, South Bu«d- 
mg-AgricuJture, 14th & Independence Sts 
Washington 25, D. C. * 

Investigator— Section Chief 
WHITE, JAMES C. "DOC" (1924-47) 

Hos. 818 East Magnolia Avenue, San Antonio 2 
Texas ' 

Retired 

WHITE, RAYMOND A. (1940-44) 

Res. 1315 Francisco Ave, Mission, Texas 

Bus. Pride 'O Texas Citrus Association, Mission 

Texas 
Co -Owner 

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** Tuna Te ? as ' 1S ' Departme »t of Jus «, e , 
Federal Pr i eon W!irtIo][ 

WHITE, WILLIAM J f i n « ,-, 

J«. 6326 N. Irliu A ™"^ ^ 

«»*■ Atomic Energy (Cm t lS ° 45 ' 1J '- 

wi1 r!7 a ?> er ARTH ™ (^-«, 

W. Y. ' '" Chun ' il s *™'t, Now York. 

Sales BeprL'SLTtnUTe 
WIAND, BURTON F. mv . _ 

Bus. The T«.„ (lft ,.„ '' Mi8s, "». IOnisiin 
»• vc iKio Company, 74jw) ™ ,„,, ' 
Ivans™ City 3, M *" Uth Sf«.t. 

l>m-<*tor of P<.r B011 , 1( .j ' 
WIARD SBTH (1 

"■ ° 01 - ° rdr ^e Dept ; u. 8 . A 
WIDENBR, W . HAfiEr 

X Y. ' l,(M " Harbor, L,I , I 

Bus. KHeem Mfff- ( , ; 

New York N y" ''^'"Stori Avemm, : 

Comptroller's d pjH ' 
WIGHT, WARD, JR. m40 

Res: 230 P ( ,,, flltmi Cirrt,. v? , , 

»>«■ Ward WI B i,t & ^/^'V--'^-^- 

Atlanta 3 fj a Uonley Jjidfr., 

Real Estate Salesman 

WILEY, MARSHALL A. {m2 4m 
Res, 420 West win US'iZ-M) 

Wtoc. ' WlH0w Str «t. Chippewa FalN 

b- m>/ 2 BPldw . stwti r , iIiipwa pai]s ^ 

(188) 



WILKES .CLEMENT W. {1917 . M) 
Attorney at Law 



(1917-18) 



WILKINSON, HUGH M. %LW _ lm 

I awy f 0lmii BW *' ** Oceans i 2 . 



La 



go, N. J, 



2s fsr s rT """•- 

"' rl,lm ">i> fee., fsewark N T 
Personnel Manager 

WILLARD, JACK L. ( I935 , fll 

Special Agent In Charge 

W1 B L es f3& N, o WrLLIAMD - <"«) 

D c QU1 " Cy StFeet ' NW - Washington 11, 
Bus. Bureau of Internal Revenue inti, * „ 

tutlon Ave. N W wTIm V b * ConrtI - 
IT:P:ER " Waskln gton 25, D. C. 

WILLEY, JOHN A. (1^.45, 

Res. ,07 Buckingham Way, Frewo Calif 
B«. Harris, Willey * HawiTS T^iMta. 
son Bid,.. Fresno, Calif *"•*■ 

Attorney at Law 

WILLIAMS, ARMOND J. (1W2 ... 

Merchandise Manager-Home F™^,, „,, 
WILLIAMS, EDWARD J. am--,, 

RCS 25 ° E -^l Street , bSS?. . t 
(180) 



WILLIAMS, JOHN M. (104" 43) 

Res. "Happy HIJ1", Augukr Road, Greenville, 

^o. Carolina 
Bus. llaynsworth & Hnynsworth. lOtli Floor 
. , f , Jjl ^''J' Life Bldg., Greenville, S C 
Attorney at Law 

WILLIAMS, RAYMOND H. (1939-45) 
Jcs. 1721 AHerton, Whittler, Calif. 
Jus. 458 8. Spring St., Los Angeles 13, Calif 
Security Service Agency 

WILLIAMS, SHELBY (1919-22) 

Kes. 7 East 44th Street, New York M N Y 

Wh"i I r ? l T U ° f Inv « !ti ff a »0"'. 243 East 
■itfth Street, New York, N. y 

Manager 

WILLIAMSON, WILLIAM H. (1942-45) 

Res. 16245 Cheyenne St., Detroit 27, Michigan 
Bus. Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Michigan 
Labor Relations Rep. fe a 

WILLIS, RICHARD T. (1942 44) 

Sut S? T^T™ ^' N W ' Ellington, D. C . 
RealEltr 1 " 511 "™' BklS " *"*'"<*»". D. C 

WILLS, EARL J., JR, (i M0 -«) 

Res. 2D02 Virpinl,,, Houston 6. Tcx.s 

±m\is, Houston «, Ttsxns 
Attorney— Adjuster 

WILSON, EDWARD C. (1937-39) 

Res, Calle del Serrano 210, Madrid, Spain 

" ^T'* 1 , * Stflt,i> A — lean Embnwy, 
Madrid, Spain 

Attache' to tho Embassy (Diplomat) 
WILSON, GLENN W. (1942-44) 

Res, 4219 Marquette, Houston, Texas 
B T,'^xT S iK CleanCrs> 2 ° 21 W - Gra >*. Houston 
Owner 

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WILSON, JOHN C. (1942-46) 

Res. 2627 E. 3rd St., Tulsa, Olda 

Rub. Stanolind Oil & Gas Co., Stanolind Bide 
Room 40L>, Tulsa, Olda. 

Asst. Mgr. of the Procedure Dept. 
WILSON, JOHN S. P., JR. (1940-45) 

Res. 33 Manor Road, Apt. 27-U, Akron 13, Ohio 

Bus. B I. Goodrich Co., 500 S. Main Street 
Akron, Ohio 

Industrial Relations 

WILSON, J. ROBERT (1941-45) 

Res. 1419 Momma,, Road, Akron 3, Ohio 
Bus. The Employer's Association of Summit 
County, Ohio, 1414 First National Tower 
Akron 8, Ohio 
Lawyer & General Manager of Assoc. 
WILSON, RONALD A. (1942-45) 

*MisIouri We8tW ° 0d DrlTC ' APt 1B > CW". 

Bus. F. E. .Fowler & Co., 402 Pierce Bldg., St 

Lours 2, Mo. 
Manager— Insurance Agency 
WILSON, WILLIAM H. (1943-45) 

K, ' s - 33J5 Mayfield Avenue, San Bernard!**, J 

Bus. 408 Andreson Blag., San Bernardino, CUW& 
Attorney at Law ™^ - ; . 

WILTSE, HOMER G. (1935-45) 

Res. 911 North 49th St., Omaha, Nebr 
Bus. 1805 Harney St., Omaha, Nebr. 

Lawyer 

WINSTEAD, CHARLES B. (1928-48) ' 

Jes. 291 Sandia Road, Albuquerqne, Nj M«ta, 
Bus. P. o. Box 1476, Albuquerque, 2Mr iSe* ^ 
Investigations— Cattle Bug. ^™" : 

WINTON, RALPH H. (1934-44) * 

Res. 143 Thomas Jefferson Drive, San Antw : 

Bus. Cattot Putty, San Antonio, Texaa ' '"'''■ '' = 
Attorney '' S1 * -i'--t 

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WITHEKSFOON, JOHN J. (1942-4(1) 

Glen Street, Rowley, Mass. 
Bus. Governor Duinmer Academy, So. Byfield, 

Mass. 
Teacher 

WOERTINK, HAROLD P. (1042-15) 

Res. 14864 Markese, Allen Turk, Mich. 
Bus. Ford Motor Co., Dearborn, Mich. 
Investigator 

WOLF, GEORGE (1025-30) 

Res. Philippine Sea Frontier, Manila, P. 1. 
Pus. U. S. Veterans Admin., Regional Office, 

Esoolta & David Sts., Manila, P.l. 
Field Examiner 

WOLF, JOHN W. (1937-45) 

Res. 1618 N. Fayette Ave., Saginaw, Mich. 
Bus. 605 Bearinger Bldg., Saginaw, Michigan 
Attorney 

WOLFE, VIRGIL J. (1034-41) 

Res, 17089 Via Piedras, San Lorenzo, Calif, 
Bus. Special Crime Study Commission on 
Organized Crime, State of Calif., Bra. 1203, 351 

Calif. St., San Francisco, Calif. 
Investigation 



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OLTZ, GREER C. (1032-42) 

Res. 132 Ruwley Ave,, Mt. Airy, N. C. 
Bus. Quality Mills, Inc., Franklin St., Mt. Airy, 

N. C, 
Attorney — Sec. & Treas. 

WOOD, D ELBERT L. (1040-Ki) 

Res. 6151 No. Winthrop, Chicago 40, 111. 

Bus. Illinois Central Railroad, 1M5 E. Eleventh 

Place, Chicago 5, 111. 
Chief Special Agent 

WOOD, 1'EIRCE (1942-45) 

Res. 26 Patterson Rd., Dayton 9, Ohio 

Bus. Coolidge, Becker & Wall, Callahan Hldg., 

Dayton 2, Ohio 
Lawyer 

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WOOD, R. SPENCER, JR. (1942-45) 

Res, 662 Georges Lane, Ardmore, Pa. 
Bus. Russell E. Nittinger, Inc., 12J3 N. 5th, Phil- 
adelphia 22, Pa. 
Office Manager 

WOOD, WARREN IB. (1941-41) 

Res. 5824 Hawthorne, Little Rock, Ark. 

Bus. Wood <fc Smith, 517-518 Pyramid Bldg., 

Little Rock, Ark. 
Lawyer 



WOODS, MORRILL C. 
Res. 13 Garrison Ave, 
Retired 



(1921-29) 

W. Somervillt 



Mass. 



WOODS, N. MORGAN (1934-35) 

Res. 521 Aehbury Court, Webster Groves 19, Mo. 
Bus. Assoc, of Casualty & Surety Cos.; 1040 Cot- 
ton Belt Bldg., St. Louis 2, Mo. 
Special Agent ill Charge 

WORTHINGTON, A. DEAN (1W2-45) 
Res. Bothell, Washington 
Bus. Bothell State Bank, Bothell, Washington 

Banker 

WORTHINGTON, FRANCIS X. (1037-40) : r?[ 

Res. 100-20-35th Ave., Flushing, h. I., N. T. 

Bus. L. Bamberger & Co., 131 Market Stnwt,, 

Newark, N. J. 
Attorney 

WREFORD, WILLIAM B., JR. (1941*46) :-. 

Res. 13729 Vaesar Drive, Detroit 21, Michlfa^ j 
Bus. Detroit Edison Company, 2000 Second Aw., 

Detroit 26, Michigan iJib, 

Asst. Staff Attorney : - ; - 

WRIGHT, CHARLES E. (1943-40) -^j 

Res. 5201 Bayard Lane, Houston 6, Texoata ". ■';'; 
Bus. Modern Optics, Inc., 4001 Bellalre 

Houston 5, Texas : ] 

Vice rres. & Treas. * .-■; l&ii'f-J. 

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K«.- Quinta Ricky, La Ca.tcl.ana, <, 

A**, io M«t„ Veneznehm Dlv. Tevpet 

WRIGHT, RICHARD W. (1041-46) 

Res. 514 Franklin. Denver 3 , Colo 

!>"«. Mountain Slates, Employer,, Council 3<):mi 
Boston R],] B ., Denver 2 Colo 

Executive Asst. to the Managing Director 
WYAND, HOWARD L. (W8-31) 

Ifc*. 4817 Irvin e I'nrfe R d ., Chicago 41 _ ln 

1 .irk Rd,, Chicago 47, TH. 
Art Goods Dealer Mfr, 

WYATT, WENDELL WILLIAM <lMl-4<>) 
Res. 388 Grand Ave., Astoria, Oregon 
Bus. CIS Commercial St., Astoria, Oregon 
Attorney 



YKAHSLMT. FRAXKJ.YN F. (1929-38) 

Res. 765 I! EMonuIo-El Ranclirt VilLi TiilHli-n 

sc(>, Eloridn 
Bu«. St Joe Paper Coionany, M id yette- Moore 

I'M j,'.. Tallahassee, Fla. 
Territory Rep. 

YORE, JAMES R. (1941-46) 

Res. 7444 N. Seeley Ave., Chicago 43 J 11 

O ra n''f DI M ° tiV<; DlT " ° f ° eneP(l1 M ° t0ra ' La 
Industrial Relations 

YOUNG, JAMES B. (1942-44) 

Res. JH4 Dover Komi, Lonixvillc a Ky 

Hub. 1010 Kentucky Homo Life i;),i g ., V.o^ii.sville 

-■ Ivy. 
Lawyer 

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Bui 2 S o" th Z IC r an St ' St ° Ckt0n - C»W- 
In S ura„ ce AdjuZf aaUm ^ 8tock *». ™ 

City Prosecutor 



| ZAJ1C, JOSEPH (1819-25) 

Res. 609 First Street, DuneHen, N. J 
Bus. Camp Kilmer, New Brunswick N T 
Intelligence & Security Dlv. J ' 

ZIMMBB, VAL C. (1929.39, 

«- Wood Industries, !„<,, W^ ,0^ 
Business Executive 

ZIMMERMAN, ANDREW J. fl^ 

Ro,. 918 Q„ eGn Anne Ave gJWMJ) _ 

ous war* ^^^i*»i 

Wash. y ' 305 Harr l80D St, Setttlev i! 

Director 

Res. 2626 Gregory Street, Chicago III 

Bus. Ace Carton Corp., 5800 West fi at «* 

ZOLLNER, RAYMOND H, (1M3 .«, 

*>'1S. Joint A Kiill.in- r cy *■ 

B^^ful 1 ^ S K 7 ""W »orth Cay 
Hoo«. Ig and Heatiug Contractors 
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GEOGRAPHICAL LIST 



ALABAMA 

Andalusia 

Chesser, Lewis V. 
Anniston 

Brooke. Winston 
Auburn 

Davis. Harry M. 
Birmingham 

Glasser, Joint I.,, 

Lunsford, John K. 
Fayette 

Smith. Alex, Jr. 
Jattper 

Blanton. Alton M. 
Mobile 

Lott, Y. IX, Jr. 
Montgomery 

Chesser, Lewis V 

Stewart, Edgar A 
Spring Hill 

Lott, Y. TL, Jr. 
TusralooHji 

Collier, William A. 
La Franco, Charles i 

ARIZONA 

Fhnenix 

Larson, William 

TlH'Kflll 

Srnillie, C. Kivhy 

ARKANSAS 

Forrest City 

Cannon, Carrol] C, 
Harrison 

Baker, Hoy L., Jr. 
Little Rock 

Grady, Leslie 

Holmes, Oliver W 

Wood, Warren E. 
North Little Kotk 

Berry, James llarrod 
Fine Bluff 

Pansze, Arthur J. 
West Memphis 

Terry, William II., Ji 

CALIFORNIA 

Alameda 

Crow, Richard E. 
Hove, Harold E. 
Alhambra 

Kindling, <>. Karl 
Morgan, Thomas H. 



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Altadena 

Horgan. Patrick 1), 
MeGahey, Oscar E. 
Artesia 

Johnson, George R, 
Barstow 

Parker, Clarence A. 
Berkeley 

Goodin, Vernon L 
Ilnsflips, Carl \v. 
Morgan, Robert II. 
Werson, James p, 
Beverly Hills 
Baumeister, I[. Bruce 
Collins, Chaplin E 
Frankel, Donald 
Newman, Wilbur S. 
Hiirbank 
Mcintosh, Donald p. 
Matthews. Blaynev V 
Nichols. E, Lewis- 
Norton. John J. 
Todd. W. M. 
Carmel 

Ale, Clem Ward 
Clinwchillii 

Crocker, Myron IV 
Col ma 

Thompson, Lament L 
Corona Del Mar 

Heffernan, Thomas E, 
Culver City 

Sisk, Torn IT. 
Billy City 

Hudson, George Henrv 
Bouncy 

Washington, George M. 
Eureka 

Goodwin, G. Edward 
lluber, Milton L. 
Fairfax 

Robinson, Wm. A.. Jr, 
Fresno 
Avery, Kenneth G. 
Bradford. Brentou B 
Hunter, Allan Oakley 
WilJey, John A. 
(Jarvoy 

Bates, J, M. 
O I vii dale 

Hanson, John II. 
Millar, Lauron 
Smith, H. Allen 
Weber, Paul E. 



Harbor City 

I'eetris, Harry V 
Hollywood 
Angell, H, Frank 
Brand, Norman 
Brown, Everett W. 
Harvey, R. Geo r so 
Wheeler, Linden C. 
Huntington Park 
Denny, John L. 
•Jolon 

Ferguson, Robert E. 
■La Canada 

Doherty. Frank W 
Harrington. Robert S 
Todd, Wilbur Martin' 
Lafayette 

Pedder, Robert J. 
Lagnna Beach 

Henitey, Frank J 
Long- Beach 
Erck, Martin N 
Gnssinger, John W 
SciKlder, Milton E 
Los Angeles 

Antoht, Arnold V 
Baker, William H 
Bates, J. M. 
Baurneister, H. Bruce 
iH'llow, George K 
JJrand, Norman 
Carter, Keith 
Collins, Chaplin E. 
Goiline, Harold J 
Cox, Edward J 
Cusiek, Ray J. 
Ualuess, Earl M 
Danielson, George E 
Denny, John L 
Djetz, Henry A 
Doherty, Frank W 
Duncan, Charles M 
Dunn, Joseph E P 

Fnlvey, Franklin p 
Fratikel, Donald 
Ftirbash, Edward A 

Jr. 
G.n.ss, Charles S 
Oriffen, Charles 
Hanson. John n 
Harvey, R. George 
Helliesen, Howard E 

Lt. Col. 
Hess, Henry Wm 
High tower, Earl 
Horgan, Patrick D, 



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Jackson, Ren E 
Jensen, George J. 
Johnson George 11 
Johnson, Robert g' , 
Kepple, Lowell J. 
Cadcnberger, Don A 
Landsnaes, Erling R 
Leekie, A. B. 
Levin, Leon 
Lindstrom. Harvey J 
Loeh], Donald 
McAdam, Win. H 
McCarthy, Joseph P 
Mcintosh, Donald I' 
Merrift, Edward K 
Millar, Lauron 
Miller, Howard H 
Miller, Ross A. 
Morgan, Thomas II. 
{Nathan, Robert Bruce 
Newman, Wilbur S 
Noble, John D.. Jr. 
Norton, John J. 
Parker, Clarence A. 
Poole, Jack C. 
Pueh, Robert T. 
Redmond, Rodolph H. 
Rosen, Donald A. 
Ryhn, Arthur M. 
SMley. JameiB. ;■ 

Sisk, Tom H. ' ■■'■■* ~ Ai 
Slate, Houston Bt' : '-Jl 
Smith, C. wT :iS '« 
Smith, H. Allen 
Stewart, Joseph Jfc: ffr. 

Voehell, Robert B. * 

Washtneton, George M, 

Webb, Arthur C. 

Weber, Paul u. 

Wheeler, Lueien C. 

Williams, Raymond H. 
McClelland Field 

Hancock, Burl G. 
Madera 

Bergon, Frank A. 
Manhattan Beach 

Nichols, Lew D. 
Menlo Park 

Cheever, Dwight M. 
Millbra* 

Fiteh, George F 
Mill Valley 

Arvold, Donald H. 

Curtis, Paul M 

Houghton, Marvin W 




Monterey 

Ale, Clem W. 
Munt.-rey Park 

Ryhn, Arthur M, 
North Fork 

Hazlott, E. Black e 
North Hollywood 

Angel], H. FninU 
Berry, Eugene W. 
Brown, Everett W 
McAdain, William H. 
Matthews, Blayney F, 
North Sacramento 

Hancock, Bur] (J. 
Oakland 
CrisK, Vernon E. 
Crow, Richard E. 
Droher, Robert II. 
Ferguson, Thomas S. 
Goodin, Vernon L 
Hove, ITaroUl B. 
Monui, Robert II 
Richardson, Harry M 
Shtiftner. William V 
Tri-artwetl, Welter (! 
Trout, Richard 
Welch, Franklin L 
Ontario 

Van Rrimt, Herbert P 
Orinda 

Welch, Franklin I, 
Pacific Palisade* 

Jamie, Alexander 
Palo ,\lto 

Lawry, Joseph S. 
Spears, Andrew M. 
Pasadena 

Baker, James W. 
Carter, Keith 
Dicta, Henry A. 
Falvey, Franklin r 
rinrrington, Robert S. 
Heath, Charles M 
McGnhey, Oscar E. 
Nathan, Robert Bruce 
Redmond. Rodolph H, 
Younger, Evelle J. 
Piedmont 

Dreher, Robert H 
Townsend, Stephen S. 
Pomona 
HolJiosen, Howard E ' 
Lt. Col. 
Riverside 

Dalness, Earl M. 
Kosemoad 
Halpin, John R. 



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Sacramento 

Campbell, C. Barrett 

Goeke, Robert E, 

Watts, Wendell E. 
Salinas 

Bardin, Dan G. 
San Bernardino 

Fullerton, Robert W. 

Wilson, William H. 
San Carlos 

Connolly, William J, 

Cost, John A. 

Kelly, Paul F. 

Lawrence, Robert E,, 

Weber, Herman F. 
San Diego 

Conyers, Robert W. 

l>e Franco, Joseph F. 

McCarthy, Joseph P. 

Prater, John E. 

Watson, Ba Verne M. 
Comdr. USN 
San Francisco 
Alaga, Nicholas 
Arvold, Donald H. 
Blanford, E. Murray 
Boiling, William D. 
Cheever, D wight M. 
Cochrane, Edward 

Louis 
Connolly, Elvin B. 
Connolly, Wm, J. 
Criss, Vernon E. 
Curtis, Paul M. 
Cuahing, Ernest R. 
Do Franco, Joseph F. 
Dittoe, William E. 
Entires, Carlton J. 
Ksola, Frederick L. 
Cemmell, Ronald A. 
Homker, T. Jackson 
Houghton, Marvin W 
Hughes, Carl W. 
Kelly, Paul F. 
Lanetot, Robert E. 
Landtbom, William A. 
Lapaehet, Robert A. 
Lawrance, Robert E. 
McCarthy, Emmett F. 
Mayer, Robert E. 
Pedder, Robert J, 
Perm, Robert D. 
Pioper, N. J. L. 
Ribar, Peter A. 
Robinson, Wm, A., Jr. 
Sehoales, Jog E. 
Sehruth, Peter E 



o, *fani-l SC0 (Cont'd) 

Shaf trier, Wm. V 
onaw, Wayne H 
Silver, David A. 
^ay or, Robert C„ J r 
taylor, Walter R 
ihompson. Lam ont L 
Townsend, Stephen S.' 
Treadwell, Walter u 
Weber, Herman F 
Werson, James R. 
W olfe, Virgi] J. 

Kan her, Louis J 
*■ M. San Francisco 

Creese, Clias. I',, j r 

Agt. 
Hart, John M 
Jones, Ai'lin E 
Moran, William R 
1'arnott. Wm. W 
Peters, W. Edmund 

m^r m if> Sat "uel F. 
Riffle, Paul E. 

s »i Gabriel 

Smith, C. W. 
San Jose 

Raker, L. Philip 

La wry, Joseph S. 
san Lorenzo 

Tl'out, Richard 

Wolfe, Virgi] J. 
»an Marino 

Cusick, Ray J. 

ilightower, Ear] 
San Mateo 

Cost, John A, 
San Pedro 

Peetris, Harry V 
Santa Ana 

Ileffernaii, Thomas E 

Taylor, Walter R. 
Santa Catalina Island 

«™;' ,h< ^• Rof, «t Francis 
santa Clara 

Baker, L. Philip 
Santa Monica 

Cochran, Edward Lou- 



Hiekson, Marshall D 

Sin ley, James B 
santa Ro»a 

Robinson, H. G. 
Sherman Oaks 

Ladenberger, Don A 
Sierra Madre 

Stone, Remington 



So. Pasadena 
Furbush, Edward A 

Jr. 
Hubley, Edward B 
Stockton 
Robertson, w. James 
Young, Robert W 
Tulare 

Borryhill, John R 
Vallejo 

Hopkins, Cranson L 
Watsonvllle 

Eranich, Charles S 
Westwuod Village 

Johnson, Robert G 
Whittier 
Whalen, John A, 
Williams, Raymond H. 
COLOBADO 
Colorado Springs 
Bruce, Irving B. 
DenTer 
Baer, George E. 
Barkhansen, L. J. 
Calkins, H. Harold 
Sander*. Wayne / 
SUcken, Herman , 
Wright, Rtefcutf 
Durango 

Eakeg, Wm. g. 
Fort Collin* 

Bugag, Wm. P. 
Fort lioran 

Sanders, Wayne A. 
CONNECTICUT 
Bridgeport 

Brennai, Daniel H. 
. Cremin, Daniel J., Jr. 
Cullinan, Paul H. 
King, Francis J. 
Simon, Jules C. 
Darien 

Richards, Roland P. 
E. Hartford 
Humphreys, William 

Greenwich 

Bierly, Kenneth M. 

Gordon, David W 
Hartford 

Dodd, Thomas 

Ilagarty, Thomas J. 

Pierson, William L. 
Lebanon 

Dodd, Thomas 
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Madison 

N<-1 fridge. Charles F 
Jr. '■ 

Mid dk. town 

i Joy,e ' wm. n. 

Milford 

Anderson, .Henry W 
< .oady, Edward J " 
Miiliiui, Charles A 
billions, Richard J J 
*«w Haven 

Bowman, James J 
Johnson. Leonard 
Sii-voii. (Hin Glenn 
Wiu'liiji, Frank j 
« "rival k 
FJIerhi, Dillon 
vV'nrd. H,-.f], 
"Id Ly,„e 

I>«d;e. I,. Churls 
K« way ton 

F;iy, Francis X 
ho. Norwalk 

ETWin. Milton 
ntamforrt 

Jfi!! 1 *'. .foil 1 1 m. 

Miller, Daniel 

I ijier. Kenneth M. 
Stratford 

Cremin. Daniel J 

Miilifiu, Charles A ' 

Simon. Jules: r 
West Haven 

Cnndy, Edward .T. 
UKLAWAKE 
HockcNsin 

M/fi 0l V' S0 J'- J °scp]i R. 
Wilmington 
Coxe, David B. T j r 
Johnson, Joseph K 
KavanaujpJi. Gerard 1 
rv.la,,, Peter J. 
Smith. William A. 
Map i^ to n, Newton T 
Wnrnes, John W. 
WASHINGTON, D. C. 
Alexander, Wm. H 
Ambrose, Clyde B 
Aud, vvm. E 
An stin, Robert M. 
liellino, Carmine S 

Coi qUi8t ' H ' A-> Lt 
Hon net, John C 
Bowman, Lester I 
Bn'clienser, Frank J 



Jr. 



M. 



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IJrowuell, Robert W 
Cannoii, J. R 
Carney, ff ra . ^ 
Carroll, Robert V 
^arselowey, Maurice 
Co aday, David C, 
Collins, J. Kenneth 
Conroy, J. Robert 
< ; oombs, Earl Wm Tr 
toonm, Harry 
Costello, Hilary w. 
Cotter, p aU ] jf 
Dean, Warren L 
J^e Franco, Joseph F. 
IJcLisio, Leonard T 
I>oyle, Wm. H 
Dunlop, James R 
FfirreH, Raymond F 
I'lcltlen, Con tee S 
Tinzel, Hubert II 

S^San Francis D. 
^letcher, Lloyd 
(airland, Jerome m 
J.etibeii, Edward J. 

Col Klrby M " JA - 
Goubleman, Hale E 
Grant, Clifford P ' 
Grunewald, Henry w 
f-u inane, Edward p. 
Harrlll, Byron J. 
!}!£?**• William Kin S 
Hickey. Franeis M 
Hijfh, William R 
Horton, s. Herman 
Jacob son, Aaron W 
Johnson, Edwin N 
Johnson, Elbert B 
Karper, Sharpe D 

™l m &,i JnTn S* Wallace 
MaeMiIlan, Ronald A. 
MoGarrajrhy, Francis 
Mackle, James W 
Mel berg-, Robert L 
Mertz, John C 
Mora n, Wm. E„ Jr 
Morgan, Edward F 
Murray, John E. 
Muzzey, Alexander A 
Jsowkirk, Raymond F., 
O Connor. Daniel L. 
)> ney, Laurence M 
O Neill, William F 
O'Rourke, Lyle F 
Parker, Frederick 'l 
Phillips, John W. 
Rauber, Louis J. 



Washington, D (> 
(cont'd) 

glf». B Downey 
Jimta, Eugene F 
Hooney, j ohn F 
Kowley, James J 
Ruarie, John J. 
S"benstein, Sidney g 
Russell, Louis J. * "" 
g«ienken. Carlton ft 
Shannon, William e' 
g£arp, James R 
Shea, Wm. L. 

StS CIydG WiIIa «l 
F j" 1 " e ' SfG1 *'i>"K 

Sullivan', John J. 

b "Hi van. Vincent L 

Tharp, William 

Viner, Leonard Ray- 
mond J 

Weeks. Alton P 

TVhite, Hubert S. 

Willcoxon, William D 

Willis, Richard T 

FLORIDA 

Iblrtow 

Stephenson, Henrv 
Cnnter ' 

(-oral Gables 
Jyiight, George L 
Poor man, Edwin B 
Delray Beach 
Moore, John 
Ft. Lauderdale 

Dye, Pan] 
Jacksonville 

Boivden, Otto Rov 

Thomas 
Martin, Harold A. 
Nfekles, Robert E 
".Issimniee 

^Honetor, Charles J 
Miami 

Banner, Richard G 
Derice, Walter E 
Donaldson, William II. 

Floyd, Robert L 
<;™y, Donald R 
Gross, Elmer W 

MoJi' , !lvr ; ly ' Gilbert J. 
Ma da la, John L 
Martin, Henry N. , 

Sullivan, Daniel P. 



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Vaccarelli, Daniel R 
Vinson, Joseph W. 
Miami Beach 
Gordon, Alexander S 
Kay, Samuel T 
Klein, Nathaniel J 
Peterson, Robert A 
Vaeearelli, Daniel R 
Miami Shores 

Gordon, Alexander S 
Mich la 

Floyd, Robert L 
Navy Point Warrington 
Ulemiiig, James M Tr 
Orlando " 

Butt, Nixon, J r 
Jones, H. Hu^h" 
hniioii, Samuel C 
Ircadway, Chester B 
1 ensatsola 

Flemiiiff, James M„ Jr. 
»t. Petersburg- 
Fisher, Edward T 
Pisher, Robt. W. ' 
Tallahassee 
Morrison, Harry 
xearsley, F F 
Tampa 

Lieb, Joseph P 
Tavares 

wlfr^ 1 Chester Bl 
Winter Haven 

Stephenson, Henry 
annter * 

Winter Park 

Burger, Max F. 

GEORGIA 

Albany 

Rorer, William A 
Athens 

Jerkins, Lee F. 
Atlanta 

Cox, Felix O. 
Ctarseg, Herbert K„ Jr 
Htrsh, BarJ 
Huxford, Cecil L 
Loekerman, Allen E 
Lyman, Robert S 
Nicholson, Felix H 
liajrsdale, Fred T 
Smith, Roswell E ' 
w! ^f". George H. 
™}£ bt - Ward, Jr. 
Willard, Jack L. 
I'ainbridffe 
O'Neal, Birch D 







Dallas 

Ragsdale, Fred T. 
Decatur 

Davis, Thomas O. 

Wlllard, Jack L. 
Marietta 

Ticlwell, George H. 
Powersville 

Green, William E., Jr. 
8 tat ham 

Hirsh, Ear] 
ThomaNville 

Calhoun, Marcus B. 
Thomson 

Cash, John T. 
IDAHO 
Caldwell 

Dunlup, Robert It. 
Idaho Falls 

Beunatts, Richard S 
Twin Falls 

Nitsehke, I, E. (Bill) 

ILLINOIS 

Arlington Heights 

W:Uters, Charles J 
Aurora 

Nelson, C. Jerome 

■Tighe, Francis D. 
Belknap 

Main, Robt. J. 
Belleville 

Calvin, Harold J. 

Nester, Joseph M. 
Berwyn 

Conway, William I, 
Champaign 

Peterson, Elmo P 
Chicago 

Abbe, Robert ID. 

Atkins, John 

Baiter, John P. 

Boweii, Oscar A., St 

Braun, We C. 

Breen, John A. 

Briggs, Lloyd A. 

Brown, John p 

Chalkley, Floyd E 

Chapman. Robt. C. 

Couerty, James E 

Cousidine, Daniel V. 

Conway, William I. 

Corrigan, Wm. H. 

Cuthbertson, W. Car- 
roll 

Dannenberg, William 

Devereux, Walter J. 



(202) 



Dixou, Edward C. 
Driscoll, Clement J, 
Duffy, Ira W, 
UugjfHii, C. Stanley 
Espinosa, J. R. 
Farley, Joseph H. 
Fellowes, Russell J. 
Filter, Patrick S. 
Fisher, Charles W. 
Fitzgerald, Thomas G. 
Furbershaw, Walter I>. 

Col. 
Gel I, Leon J. 
Grossman, Ernest I>. 
Hayes, Paul J. 
Heacock, Bert II. 
Helme, William B. 
Hennessey, John P. 
Howes, William B. 
Humphrey, Eugene X. 
James, John J., Jr. 
Jenkins, Charles 
Johnson, Albert H, 
Johnson, Kermit E. 
Joice, James P. 
Kavanaugh. John S. 
Kunee, Peyton H, 
La Fond, Charles J. 
Loekrem, J. Dudley 
Lowery, Martin J. 
Lynch, John A. 
McCain. Daniel I. 
McCarthy, Justin H. 
McCready, Charles J. 
McLotnion, John B. 
McVay, Donald R. 
Mackenzie, Edward 11. 
Martinek, Frank V. 
Mattern. Stanley G. 
Metcalfe, James J. 
Humane, James E. 
Neqnotte', George M. 
Terrin, Charles 13, 
Peterson, Ttueben E. 
Peterson, Virgil. W. 
I'lunkett. Paul M. 
Richmond. Llovd H. 
Rowles, Dale T. 
Rucks, Bernard W. 
Ruder, Samuel A, 
Ryan, Jack T. 
Smith, Gilbert A. 
Snyder, Franklin E. 
Stalcup, William O. 
Stevens, Georce M., Jr. 
Thorsness, William 

Warren 
Trapuni, Paul M. 



Chicago (Cont'd) 

Van Gorpe:,, George C. 

Walters. Charles J. 

Wells, Alfonse S. 

White, William J. 

Wood, Delbert L. 

Wyand, Howard L. 

Yore, James R. 

Znieskal, Richard J. 
l)anvill« 

Roller, William L. 
Deerfield 

Carroll, Win. P., Jr. 
Dos Plalnes 

Brown, John P. 

McLondon, John I!. 
East St. Louis 

Calvin, Harold J. 

Nester, Joseph M. 
Elgin 

James, John J., Jr. 
Evanston 

Baker, James w. 

Rrennan, Edward J. 

Chapman. Robert C. 

Considine, Daniel V. 

Dixon, Edward C. 

Furbershaw, Walter L. 
Col. 

Gerber, J. J. 

McVay. Donald R. 

Snyder, Franklin B„ 
Jr. 
Freeport 

Snow, Bert P. 
GaTesbiirg 

Graham, Edwin A. 

Mattern, Stanley G. 
GlenooB 

Dewey. Orville C. 
Hljrh'und Park 

Mackenzie, Edward IT. 

Smith. Gilbert A. 
Itasca 

Bundy, Edward A. 
Joliet 

Dolhof. Robert B. 
Kenllworth 

Breen. John A. 
La Orange 

Humphrey, Eugene X. 

Tore. James R. 
Lake Forest 

Baker, John F, 

Lynch, John A. 

Pine, William C. 
Lincoln 

Trapp, Harold F., Jr. 



(203) 



Melrose Park 

Bundy, Edward A, 
Metropolis 

Main, Robert J. 
Mnrphysboro 

K n nee, Peyton H. 
Xormal 

Grady, John J. 
Northbrook 

Gerber, J. j. 
Oak Park 

Hennessey, John F 

Ba Fond, Charles J, 

Stalcup, Wm. O. 
Oswego 

Nelson. C. Jerome 
Fiilatine. 

Walter, Charles J. 
Paris 

Dole. George V. 
Park Ridge 

Heacock, Bert H. 

Johnson, Kermit E. 
Faxton 

Nelson, Richard K. 
Pekin 

Horn, Joseph 
Peoria 

Ferrin, 8. Paul 
, Horn, Joseph 

Newell, John C, ft.--' ( 
Riverside 

Peterson, Virgil W. 
Hochelle 

Carroll, John T. 
Seaton 

Seaton, John C. 
Springfield 

Phillips, R. Garrett. 
Frbana 

Carson, Joseph R. 
Watseka 

Smith, Kenneth A. 
Western Springs 

Loekrem, J. Dudley 
Wilmette 

Conerty, James E. 

Espinosa, J. R. 

Plunkett, Paul M. 

Richmond, Lloyd H, 
TIVDIAVA 
Port Wayne 

Forbing. Fred V. 

Lomont, Allen C. 

Plttinfin, Frank S., Jr. 

Stanffer, Royal L. 
Franklin 

Haymaker, Ira L, 



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Pepple, George L 

Indianapolis 
Doyle, George P 
Pittman, Frank g., j r 
Pruyn, Robert C. 

Kokomo 
Shirley. Max C. 

Shelby ville 

Pell, Wilbur F. J r 
Thurston. Arthur M* 

South Bend 

Hen thorn, Everett I. 

Eeuiecke, Herald H 

«^'ir. kett ' 1L Edwin 
w luting 

Sullivan, Joseph p. 

IOWA 
Atlanta 

Boekelmann, Albin P 
Cedar Rapids 

Condon, Donald J. 

His elhorst, Edward J 

1'ortge, Don iv 

Ncff, Robert w 

Pirnie, Thomas H 
Clinton 

Carlsen, John will 

Mayer, Alan II 
Davenport 

Quirk, Robert J 
l>i» Moines 

Burgc-son, Rimer r, 

Wlmtiiiigt. Charles E 

AlcLiiuffhliii, John ,1 

Meloue, Ralph e 

Nerninn, j i ln H 
Fairfield 

Conry, J. Joseph 
Humboldt 

Lovrien, Philip q 
Indlanola 

Dean, Warren L 
Keokuk 

Hiiiskump, Wiiriam 
Logan 
Kln^sley 

Me tea If, Glenn C 
Marshal Mown 

Mowry, John h 
Movillo 

Metealf, Glenn c 
MitKcatinn 

Jehring, Robert R 
Osage 

Casey, Joseph B, 



(204) 



Spirit Lake 

Weber, Frederick A., 
Jr. 
Storm Lake 

Mack, Edgar E. 
Waverly 

Mooney, Win, E. 
KANSAS 
Hays 

Cruise, Benedict P. 
Kansas City 

Niehols, Lew D. 
Leavenworth. 

Colard, E. Bert, Jr. 
Mission 

Wiand, Burton F. 
Overland Park 

Nichols, Lew D, 
Xopeka 

Slater, Harold M. 
Troy 

Reeder, Robert A, 
Wichita 

Coombs, Eugene G. 

IToriiiniK, Robert J. 
KENTUCKY 
Howling- Green 

Funk, W. Marshall 
Cudiz 

Maffraw, Thomas H. 
Covington 

Ware, James C. 
Ft. Thomas 

ITor.Jierman. Arthur R. 
1 rankfort 

Kusby. Hubbard T 

Perry. Nelson 
Lexington 

House, Arthur B. 

Thompson. G rover C 
Jr. 
London 

Watkitis, Thomas N 
Louisville 

Faulkner, John Grant, 
Jr. 

Hansen, Paul W 

Kincheloe, Robert W. 

Lawrence, H. Romis 

Lemaire. Arnold J 

Neinil./., Donald F. 

Perry, Nelson 

Young, James B. 

Zollner, Raymond H. 
Middle town 

Zolhior, Raymond IT. 



*>wensboro 

Vincent, Norris B 

I*ikeville 

Maii'd, William J, 
Hays, Edward It 

Valley Station 

„,£« i»a ire. Arnold J. 

IVhltley (]ity 

Stephens, Leonard S. 
LOUISIANA 

Arabl 

Cutler, Herbert H 

Hogalusa 

Cassidy, Charles J 

New Orleans 
Beach, Joseph D 
Blue, George R. 
Cnarbonnet, Emmet J 
Cou^hlin, Gerard T 
Craven, James L. 
Cuquet, Fernando J 

Jr. 
Cutler, Herbert S. 
Flettrich, Albert J 
Foley, Dudley C, Jr. 
Judell, Harold B 
Monaghan, William I 
Pendleton, Forrest C 
Qninlan, Gerald S 
Hainold, Robert R. 
Saux, Edgar J. 
hehaumburger, Max M. 
Wilkinson, Hugh M. 
Snreveport 

Nelson, George D. 

MAINE 

Lewiston 

Delahanty, Thomas E. 
Watervllle 

Maheu, Robert A, 

MARYLAND 

Baltimore 

Beyhan, Sam J. 

Carroll, Harry D (3 

Fink, Herbert 

Preimutll, Henry C. 

Kaufman, Marx S, 

Madala, John L, 

Spencer, Richard B. 

Traub, Morris D. 
Be the « da 

Bel lino, Carmine S. 

Weeks, Alton F. 
Catsonvillo 

Preiniuth, Henry C. 



(205) 



Ch overly 

Tyler, Lyon L., Jr, 
Chevy Chase 

Batten, Caleb L. 
Goubleman, Dale E 
Shannon, William E 
Starrett, Andrew W 
Jr, 
College. FarlE 

Wells, David E. 
Laurel 

Roonoy, John F. 
Peolesville 

And, Win. E, 
Bockville 

Starrett, Andrew W 
Jr. 
Silver Spring 
Brownell, Robert W. 
Collins, J, Kenneth 
Finzel, Hubert H. 
Huntt, Leslie F. 
Hyiian, William E. 
Lutes, Lawrence V. 
Phillips, John W. 
Takoma Park 
Johnson, Elbert B. 

MASSACHUSETTS 
Andover 

Sullivan, John J. 
Arlington 

Cronin, Herbert J. f 

Mehos, John A. -:■ 

Attlebor* 

Hickman, Darold B. 
Becket 

Rosenbaum, Randolph 
R, 
Belmont 

Butterworth, Francis 

Boston 

Allen, Charles B. 
Ayer, Frederick, Jr. 
Brown, Kenneth W. 
Butterworth, Francis 

Jr. 
Clark, Alexander M. 
Cochran, Ronald V 
Costello, William A. 
Dingwall. John F. 
Donovan, Edwin J 
Euggan, Edward J. 
Endicott, Eugene F. 
Glynn, Arthur L. 
Haley, Arthur E. 
Harrigan, John L. 



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Boston (Cont'd) 

Hubert, William it., 

McL^u^Ha, Jollu Jo 

Mahan, j ameg p 
Mc-hos. John \ ' 
Morn,., j ollll v 
f*rry, Philip p 
Front, Win, c ' 

M ^8Uiu, John Jo . 
Cain bridge 

trow,,, Kenneth W 
iJonovan, Edwin T 
Harrigan, j oIlJ \ J - 

Seanloi, o. Pan] 

*'itzpa trick, James w 
Chicopee Fa/is e *" 

"orehestor L l L - 
ivioian, John V 

« l t£Kw PJ,lnD *■ 

G ^terwortJi. Ralph N. 

Endicott, Eugene J- 1 

Barker, George C 
Hyde Park 

i-SSS' David E - 

^cDonald, Chester 
m£™' Ma ™*<* R., j r , 
M McArdIe, riiomas J. 
Gilboy, Charles w 



Needham 

Sciimid, Frederick I' 

Oupuis, Patrick If 
-Newton 

Scanlon, P-iuj 
Newton Highlands 

Glynn, Arthur L 
Northampton 

J'lKiL'hy, i( , (hvj|| 

North Attlebon, 

Witherspoon, Join, t 

Lewis. Horace A 
«•»• Byfield 

South Hamilton' 

fc,:y e \ lHYGd eriek, Jr 
Godfrey, Wm. A 

Hiard, Beth 
>V a cert own 

W J ert ' N y ' /*' JoBe J'h. J'*- 
>»i8t J\i!wt(m 

West ''«£"' Ko , ni "H V. 
'vest Somervillc 

Woods, Morrill C 
Weymouth 

Winchester ' l ■ 

Clark, Alexander M. 



MICHIGAN 

Alien p ar k 

Ann'Sor^' Har ° ld P- 
IJmmer, Harlaid F. 

Bay CR^ E(lm0 " d * 
Adams, Dale E 

Berkley 
Bell , Dorman B. 

Bit I S£uS Bffnv,,w A - 

Darling, R, A 
Birmingham 

Wime SU r,^ Sherman L. 
(206) ' Varies B. 



Dearho rn 

Ahlrich, Frnnij. ,-i T 
B"H, Dorm" 1 ^ - J ' 

P^i"; Raymond E 
CluuZ: J - Arnold 
-'-'LiiJin, Lewis H 
^Wi„, Donald B 

<>««»?, Joseph A 
Boore Allan R A ' 
*<**. ttob„t T. 
VVHJumaoD, William 

Wocrtink, Harold P 

Detroit C 

Jjraathen, Clavfon a 
Braehear; LoSLjeV' 
B„^ k ' C] "ence AT 
B urgess, David E. 
Bu'-Kess, Peter D. 

effi ^ a J; mo »d E. 

f-h '„' J - Arnold 
^napnian, Richard t 
V"V. Walter a d L * 
-Ucvine, Edward D 
>nrh m Willian, A 
]<>'»' J-ard, William S 
J Jtwiug, Harold J 

Oil Hand, Edwin V 

HpM, Robert W 

Wonry, Joseph E 

Horn, Walter W 

Irwin, Donald E 

Jones, Grant D 

jiemiedy, J. Cullen 

Krneger, Wm. E 

j2 M ^ te ; Sherman I. 
Jjooi v , Richard W 
^yons, Raymond M 
Mai one, Lee E 
May Alfred A. 
MK^N*auff, M . Paul 

Moo, ley. Jack L 
Parker, Francis P 
I core, Alan R 
Quinn, Wm. J 
Kecor, Ralph L. 
^aiiley, John P 
staples, Willard I 



Thompson, Leo F 

Wh ite, Charles B, 
Wdhamson, William 

East Xanslngr 

ri? 10 J ce ^ son ' Milton B 
Grand Bapids 

Schumacher, Harold F 
<»rosse Point* 

Kennedy J. Cull 
Verdier, Lawrej.ce J 
Jiicniin, Lewis H 
Gro sse Pointe Park 
Crow, Walter A 
Jlwnins, Harold J 
nT° Voin *e Woods 

Iarker, Francis P. 

-ihonipson, Leo P 
Crosse Point Farms' 
^ Boyd, Milton J 
Gross* Point Park 
Burgess, Peter D. 
Highland Park 

w»1 ter ' ,& Ari «>W 
H HWy, Edward Jo ta 

Erwin, Willred H. 

Aalajnaxoo 
Bennett, Thompson 
Morris, Richard H 

Menominee 

Midfind 1 ' J ° hn W - 
Gillespie, Tyrone 

UlYOSSO 

Pon U C k ' Ctee A. 
Ulseth, Ragnvald A 
Boyal Oak 

Jlalsy, Edward John 

Henry, Joseph E 

Krueger, Wm. F 
Sasrinaw 

f>'B rie ». John J 

Otto, Howard S 
o Wolf, John W 
Sault 8te Marie 

Bayliss, Joseph E 
Moorhead, Dixon D 
±ra verse City 

(207) Hunabergei '- Harold E. 



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Way no 

Ballantine, Whitney W 

Zimmer, Val C 
Wyandotte 

Amp rim, Frank L 
Ypsilanti 

Calder, Eugene B. 

MINNESOTA 

Duluth 

Donovan, John M 

Faribault 
Quinn, Prank N 

HIbbinff 
Messner, Ernest J 

Mankato 
Blethen, Win. C. 

Minneapolis 
Anderson, John V 
Buckbee, John C.,Jr. 
caJUnan, Edward M 
Dygert, Robert W ' 
Jardine, Donald M 
Landree, Bert J. 
Malen, Gordon M. 
Moss, Verne W. Jr 
Quady, William T ' 
Sehweiger, Vernon J 
Speeter, Robt. L. 
fetanton, Frank N 
Turn holm, Kenneth q 

Pipestone 
Hputs, Marshall W 

Rochester 

Berens, Al a 

St. p au i' 

Biorn, Norman E 
Brower, Jerome W 
Grossman, Ernest D 
Hausler, Donald A " 
Houchens, John H 
Johnson. Maxwell C 
Jones, Daniel R 
Klees, James M. 
Kk'inp, Joseph B 
Messner, Ernest J 
Rhembergcr, .Tolni jr 
Ryan, John p. 
Stanton, Prank N 

Vt aseea. 

wffiSSr Franklin M " 

Hendriekson, Roy A. 
MISSISSIPPI 
Clarkgdale 

Brewer, E. Cage, Jr. 



(208) 



Jackson 

Carnes, John P. 

Grantham, K. (Gordon 

Pratt, Walter F. 

Watkins, A. Hale 
Louisville 

Fair, Charles 1>. 
MISSOURI 
Brentwood 

Roiian, Joseph p 
■Seibert, William C. 
Shoata, Clarence H. 
Simon, John E. 

Cape Girardeau 
Vogel, Raymond H. 

Clayton 
Laflin, James C. 
Max, C. Willard 
Strong, Gene E. 
Mutter, Norman J 
Wilson, Ronald A. 

Glendale 
Bushyhead, James B. 

Grand view 
Rain say, W. Rupert 

Jackson 
Vogel, Raymond H. 

Joplin 

Hughes, Frederick G 
Jaun, Adam M. 

Kansas City 
Boekelmann. Albin I* 
Cochrane, William \y 

Jr. 
IXinnevik, William C 

Jr. 
Dodge. Joseph C 
Iluffaker, Baton T. 
Jones, Morton M 
Morrison, John A 
Murphy. Leslie E 
Proctor, John P 
Ramsay, W. Rupert 
Randall, William n 
deed, Rohert G 
Jhannhnn, Richard P 
Smith, IHvight M 
Waters. James J. 
West, Kenneth C 
Wiand, Burton F 

Kennett 

Ph'kard, Joseph L. 
KIrkwood 
Conrad, Osear J Jr 
King, Robert L. 
I^eylie, Pred H, 
Murphy, Samuel B. 



Lemay 

Hay, James I,. 
Maplewood 

Stouo, WilJiain J. 
Nevada 

Bray. Hal D. 
North Kansas City 

Daniievik, William c 
Jr. "' 

Pine Lawn 

McNary, James H j 
Portagreville 

Meredith, James H. 
Jtltnmond Hgts 

Herr, Robert W. 

King, William T. 
Murphy, John T., J r 
St. Louis 

Barrett, Lester E. 
Bigler, Wayne h. 

r^^ead, James B. 

Capps, George H., j r . 

Cole, John J 

Conrad, Oscar J., j r 

iJAnna, Samuel, Jr 

Deekert, Harry C ' 

iJeegan, Wm. P 

Diemer, Edward E 

£owd, Edward L. 

Eberle, Charles E, 

-Hay, James L. 

HfiT Robert W. 

JAoltkamp, Alvin G 

Kearns, James A Jr 

King, Wm. T. 

Laflin, James C 

Leyhe, Fred H. 

McNary, James H. J 

Mas, C. Willard 

Murphy, John T., Jr 

Murphy, Samuel li 

Pearcy, Johnson L 

Remmer, Douglas B. 

Seibert, William C. 

Simon, John E. 

Stone, William John 

Strong, Gene H. 

Veith, John P. 

Wilson, Ronald A. 

Woods, N. Morgan 
University City 

Sutter, Norman J. 
Webster Groves 

D'Anna, Samuel, Jr. 

Diemer, Edward E. 

Woods, N. Morgan 



(200) 



MONTANA 

Bozcman 

Morrow, James H 
Havre 

Ekt'gren, Waldo 
Helena 

Ekegren, Waldo 
Lew is town 

McConnell, William E. 

NEBRASKA 

Fremont 

Johnson, Forrest A 
Grand Island 
Kahrhoff, Charles A 
Jr. 
Lincoln 

Ackerman, James N. 
Mowbray, J. Wm. 
Parker, Cecil F 
Smith, Richard W. 
Omaha 
Baird, Edgar A., Jr 
Burb ridge, Gail E. 
Carter, Leslie D, 
Garvey, William P. 
Keenan.W. Wallace 
Osborne, Tracy K 
Smith, Lee A. 
Thorngren, Lorenta B. 
Wiitse, Homer G. 
NEVADA 
Uas Vera* 
Coulthard, G, Wm. 
Jones, Robert E. 
Keefer, Milton W. 
White, Clarence D 
Reno 

Bates, Donald B. 
Purrh, John D. 
McLaughlin, John T 
Morgan, Emory A. 
Sheeketski, Joseph L 
Wedge, Virgil H. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Concord 

Reno, Robert H. 
Manchester 

Phinney, William L. 
Nashua 

Cleary, Joseph R. 

NEW JERSEY 

Bayonne 

Higgins, Will. P., Jr. 




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Bcllevillfl 

Carruody. William A 

Jr. 
Kprow, Raymond Carl 
Bergenfield 

Wuteriiifi.li. Norman E. 
Bridgeport 

Kitchen, John J, 
Uiidd I.akc. 

Wade, Thorn ns V. 
Camden 
Cahill, Wm. T. 
Crow], Arthur 11, 
Freeman, William <;.. 
Lawrence, Stephen T. 
Madula, John J,. 
Clifton 

Sprow, Raymond Carl 
Cra-nford 

Breiinaii, John B, 
Dujulhii 
Stifes, Richard M. 
Zajic, Joseph 
Kuwt Orange 
Adolf, Everett J. 
Dixon, Eugene ]). 
Mahon, John J. 
Wilkinson, Thomas .1 
Elizabeth 

Chadduek, Hurry W. 
MeEIroy, George II. 
Mahler, Edward J. 
Morsn.li, Charles I'. 
O'liara, Daniel J, 
J'anwood 

Sawyer, William Eddy 
II t> I >o ken 

MeiVciy. Dennis E. 
Jersey City 

liriimi, John A, 
Burke. Richard E. 
Forbes, George S. 
ITession, .Tames A 
.Turtle, Rohert S. 
MeEnteo, John V. 
Kearny 

Bruff, Jamca L. 
Livingston 

Calhoun, 11. Howard 
Long- Branch 
Gessford, J. Douglas, 
1-t. Comdr, 
Madison 

Bolan, Win. F. 
Mendham 

Bruff, James I,. 
MurchaiitviJlei 

Freeman, Wm. (}., 



Millburn 

Carmody, William A., 
Jr. 
Montvlalr 

Connell, Raymond J. 
N^tcong 

Wade, Thomas V. 
Newark 

Batch, Ralph F. 

I'olan, Wm. F. 

(Griffith, Harry D. 

Jiitin, Adam M. 

MeEIroy, George H. 

Madigan, John T. 

O'Brien, Frank J. 

O'Brien, John W. 

Wilkinson, Thomas J. 

Wot thin gt.on, Fran ei s 

New Brunswick 

Sawyer, William B. 

Zajic, Joseph 
Newton 

Bright, Francis B. 
North Arlington 

Romano, James 
Nutloy 

Maginness, George P. 
Ocean City 

Ford, Arthur T., Jr. 
Orange 

Griffith, Harry D. 

Guliek, Joseph J. 

O'Brien. Matthew J. 
Fackanat-k Lake 

Brim in, Bruce B. 
Pa ramus 

Valjavec, Victor J. 
l'atcrson 

Dickson, William C. 

Moir, William B, 

Sweeney, Alfred B, 

Tebbe. Carl G. 
IMainfleld 

Crane, Carlyle W. 

O'Brien, Frank J. 

O'Brien, John W. 
1'rinceton 

Stratton, Henry M. II 
Bad bum 

Madigan, John T. 
Knhway 

Booth, Thomas W 

Chadduek, Harry W. 
Bed Bank 

Trimble, John T. 
River Edge 

(210) niltn,ls * '^Phc" H. 



Boselle Park 

White, Francis E. 
Short Hills 

Batch, Ralph F 
Homers Point 

Ford, Arthur T„ J r 
South Orange 

Leahy, Howard J 
Sparta 

Bright, Francis E 
irenton 
Gleeso-,, John R 
^ord, Clarence T 

M«ity, , WH1 lam J. 

Philips, Gordon A. 

Stratton, Henry M. II 

wSSffi?- Frank L - 

Begovich Matthew W. 

West Englewwod 
R e i»y- Albert M. 

Westfield 
Mahler, Edward J 
Stewart, John D. 

VVeet Orange 
Dick, Robert W 
Erich, Carl D. ' 
Moore, Thomas H. 
tfath, Harvey E 
Redmond, Arthur 

vv est wood 

Kitchen, John J. 
Wiiod-Bidge 

Connor, Thomas J 
Dickson, William C 
Dillon, James W 
Dolan, Henry p. 

NEW MEXICO 
Albuquerque 

Johnson, Douworth D. 
BatlV 18 ' CllarlGS B - 

Johnson, Douworth D 

Bo swell 
Campbell, Jock M 
Jennings, Howard W 

NEW YORK 

Albany 
Amyot, J. Raymond 
Barton, Blayney J 
Burns, Edward T 
Do Ian, James W " 
Koremnn, Harold E 



Bat 8 ' Ge0rfi ° A ' 

BaVdw?/' Francis B - 
Smith, Monroe G 

Bayslde 
Dolan, Henry p 

Bedford Village ' 

.J.r'H-r b fi or WilHnm v - 

Frirnkel, Nathan 

Widener, W. Harrv 
Uelleroso 

Birch, Tyler M. 

Moran, James P 
Bl »»srhamton 

McHeiirjr, R 07 C , 

["ole. Frank 
Bfnyreuee. William V 
« (hards on, Arthur W 

BoflKT*' J ° hn W - 
Allen, Frank W. 
tfiair, George R 
parrel), Frank A. 
Gannon, Glen 
Gr «gff, Ralph J, 
Leach, John H. 
Pfetter, Sidney B. 

fSrWSht % 

Cortland ***** W " 
Barnes, Clifford F 

Croton 
King, James E 

Johnson, Richard A 
I'ougIa«ton 

Baldridge, James H 
Elnilra 

Connelly, Richard J 

Jr. 
Robinson, Joel Chan- 
man 
Elmunt 

MoMahon, F, R v 
Freeport 

Gregurevieh, John J. 
Garden City 
Buckley, Jack E. 
Kelly, Sam H. 
Murphy, John B. 
(211) 







Jiimnica Estates 

Meyer, Gilbert H 
Ivatoiiah 

Pilu;, Albert H 
Keeseyille, Essex Co. 

.Lai hire, William R. 
take Placid 

Mahoncy, Robert J 

Byrne, George P., Jr. 
Leslie, Henrv M 
Monson, Roland P 
O Connell, John r 

iicRoy ' 
Brady, Louie P 

New York City 
Adolf, Everett J. 
AUogra, Gaspare J. 
Amos, J, Lewis 
Anderson, Henry v v 
Angel], Keith ^ 
Balclridge, James II. 
Battle. Brendan P 
Begovich, Matthew W 
Bennett, Car] L 
Bentley, Robert L II 
Bernegger, Joseph Ii. 
Bernstein, Lewis G 
Berry, Alfred B. 
Bielaslti, A. Bruce 
Bier y, Kenneth M 

B trthnght, W. .Tames 

Iaisdell, Charles O 
Borher, Frederick 
Booth, Thomas W. 
Brady, Thomas A 
Brennan, Donald F 
Brennan, John j j00 
JJreucl, Harold C. 
Brown, Ralph D 
Buckley, Jack IB 
Buckley, Jeremiah F 
Burns, Edward T 

Callahan, George j\ 
Carney, Jerome F 
Carter, Wesley E 
Clark, Holla i, d 
Cole, Prank 
Connor, Thomas J 
Conroy, Edward IS 
Conroy, Morse J. 
Cote, William A. 
Covella, Peter J 
Cregan, J. Gerard 
Cronin. James R 
Crow], Arthur H 



(212) 



David, John L. 
1'nvis, Mortimer J. 
Dick, Robert W 
Dickstein, Abraham 
Dillon, James W. 
Dixon, Eugene D 
pore, Robert M. 
Draper, Ernest M. 
Buggan, c. Stanley 
Buke, L. Charles 
Dunne, Wm. D. 
Bwyer, Daniel F. 
Eilperin, Louis 
Elieh, John F. 
Ellsworth, Charles W 

Jr. 
Erich, Carl D. 
Farrell, Bryan 
Fay, Francis X. 
Fogarty, James Ed- 
ward 
Fogarty, Jq],,, j 
irankel, Nathan 
Garvey, Joseph P. 
Geeslin, Wm. F 
Giesen, William F. 
billen, Vincent W 
Glynn, Michael F 
Cmereck, William F 
Goldman, Herman 
Gal-such, Walter C. 
Green, Newman L 
Gulick, Joseph J 
Gutting, Stephen H. 
Ha lies, Watler W 
TTanrahan, William F 
Harper. Wm. H„ j r 
Harris, Billups 
Headley, Frank M. 
Ilea gen, John R. 
Higgins, Walter J. 
Hinds, Robert N 
Jentzcr. Harry J. 
Johnson, Richard A 
Jones, John M. 
Judge, Robert S. 
Juskow, Leonard L 
Keen an, John G. 
Kelleher, Cyril A 
Kelly, Samuel H.'jr 
Kennedy, James M. 
Kilmartin, Francis J 
King, James B 
Kirkpatriek, Theodore 

Kleinman, Irving 
Kriflel. Alan M 
Kroppy, Joseph F. 



K p^chSH €ont ' d > 

Barge, William j 
Earsen, A. Ernest 
Welle, Thomas P 

Leslie, Henry M 
Lewis, Marvin W 
fosty, William J 
Bove, William T Jr 
Lnnsford, John E 
MeCaBum, Ralph G. 

&&*?*• Thomas M 
McEntee, John F. 
MeGo drick, James G 
M^nH" JG8 f' Robert F. 
K"£ ty ' Arthur I. 
McMahon. F. R y 
Maginness, George P 
Mahon, John J 
Majining, John" J. 

*f h 'i". Frank J. 
Megahan, j onn B 
Merrick, Wayne 
Meyer, Gilbert H. 
Mijler, Albert 
Mdovich, Francis S., 

Monson, Roland P 
Moore, Thomas H ' Jr 
Moran, Wm. B 
Moran. William L„ Jr. 
Murphy, John B 
Murray, Matthew J 
Myers, Thomas E. ' 
Nathan, Harold 
Nicldes, Robert E 
O Brien Matthew, J, 
O Connell, John F 

OMalley, Hubert X 
Oaten, Jack J 
Parrish, John D. 
Pnrsons, Edwin C 
iierce, George E 

Pike, Albert H 
Pittman, Ray A Jr 
Primm, Bruce E 
Pry or, John F. 
ynigley, Frauds J,, Col 
gath, Harvey E. 
Bedmoiid, Arthur 
KeiJIy, Albert M. 
Richards, Roland P 
Kobnisoit, John Colin 
Rogers. Philip 
Romano, James 



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Rooney, William 

James 
Rosenbaum, Randolph 

Boss, Howard V 
Rousseau Clement V. 
Busso, Stanley R 
Sanimls, Gordon C 
ScofleJd, Frederick L 
fecott, Dwight H. 
Scully, Charles J 
Sfery, William F. 
feelfndge, Charles F„ 

%t Y ***< Charles A. 
Slieata, Clarence II 
nh in n, John Edward 
Spencer Richard B. 
hpolansky, Jacob 
htarr, George J. 
gtern, Bernard 
Me wart, John D. 
btickney. Howard L. 
Stites, Richard M. 

Tebbe, Car] G. 
B 01 *, Anthony 
Tracy Thomas H. 
Trimble. John TT 
Tucker, Edward J. 
Tyner, Charles M. ; - . .; 
valkenburgh, Robert 
Vander Poel,- WUlta^ -j 

Vincent, John W 
Wade, Louis J. 
Walsh, Thomas B 
Ward, Eugene M. 
Ward, WiUiam E. 
waterman, Oran How- 
ard 
Watzman, Perry 
Weisselberg, Robert C. 
White, Francis E. 
Whittaker, Arthur 
Widener, W. Harry 
Wi hams, Edward J 
VviIIiams, Shelby 
Worthington, Francis 

A - J*' O. New York 

Wales, Robert F 
-Puasrara Falls 

Vftughari, William C 
^orth Toaawanda 

BiitKen, Arthur C. 
Oakilale 
Uiinii, William E., Jr. 



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Oyster Bay 

McDonough, James J. 
Pearl Klver 

Stewart, John S. 
Pel ham 

Han^han, G. Michael 
Plattsburg- 

Copeland, Mortimer 
FleasantvIIle 

Scofield, Frederick L. 
Pougrhkeepsie 

Djeta, J. Thomas 
Waterman, Norman E 
Queens Village 
Grogan, Edward F., Jr 
Fierce, George E. 
Rensselaer 

Barton, Blayney J. 
Rochester 
Mousaw, Delon Fran- 
cis 
Oviatt. Percival D. J r 
Sehnepp, Emmett J. 
Taylor, Thomas C. 
Williams, Armand J. 
KockvUlo Centra 

Hicks, Louis A. 
Roslyn 

Urowti, Ralph D 
Bye 
McDarte. Thomas M 

b^T.I 1 '' K<1 »"«'th M. 
St. Albans 

Kirkpatrick, Theodore 

Saratoga Springs 

Amyot. J. Raymond 
Sears dale 

Harper, Wm. H Jr 

Hoadley, Frank M 
Schenectady 

Drury, John is. 

Fleming, Dean T 
Snyder 

Genrfch, Willard A. 

Sheerty, J. p aa ] 
nouth Hold 

De Long, Charles F 
Jr. 
Staten Island 

Forbes, George R 
Stiffen, *" ' 

Stewart., John S. 
Syracuse 

nickey, James W 

Maekay, Wm. J. 

Roberts, Charles F 
Jr. 



Tarrytown 

Dwycr, Daniel F 

Love, William T., Jr 
Tnckalioe 

Ranks, William L 

Rattle, Brendan P. 

De Long, Charles F , 
Jr. ' 

Ross, Howard V 

Spencer, Albert 
Ipton 

Khmer, John A„ Jr 
valley Stream 

Hicks, Louis A„ Jr 
Warsaw 

,. C?J eman - Thomas L. 
White Plains 

Birthright, W. James 

Boeher, Frederick 

EHeriri, Milto-i 
Yonkers 

Fogarty, John J. 

Kridel, Alan M 

Myers, Thomas E 

Nathan, Harold 

Piffniuolo. Paginate 

Itii'hardson, Arthur W. 
NORTH CAROLINA 
Charlotte 

Calliihaii. Rhorard E 
Durham 

Graham, Alexander H 
Jr. 
Gatesvillc 

Godwin, A. Pilston, Jr. 
Hl«rh Point 

Schoch, Arch Korper 

Mount Airy 

Woltz, Greer C 
Raleigh 

Martin, Henry N 
Salisbury 

Bryan, Lloyd W. 
Thomasvllle 

Van Landingham. Rus- 
sell F, 
WritflitsvlJle Iteaeh 

Wallace, James E. 
NORTH DAKOTA 
(■rand Forks 

Longmire, George 

onio 

Akron 

Clary, V. R. 
Wilson, John S. P Jr 
(214) WlIson ' J - Robert 



Buy Village 

BeVS S °"' ^« C, Jr 

Berea™"' Uob * rt °- 
1( J,, iteh, Louis H 

_ Purdy, Clarence F 

Saltsmaii, Richard T 
Cincinnati '■ 

Bar-th, Robert J 
Bowman, William E 
farley, John J. ,J ' 

Hnm B , Howard D. 

H P „i mn " n ', Arth„ r R 
HeilUT, John n . 

vr ;V ' Sidney 
AIcC ready, Chas T 
Osrendarp. H er, W r t U 
Parri sh , George T. * 
EiUterman, Frederick 

Rose, Gcorce w 
Schmid, wm : j. * 
Moveland 
Adams, C. Tor rev 
^'shop, jo^ph H.. Jr 
1 ueha-.an, David L 
( ollins. Stan J ' 
Dnmpeer, Johii L 
£fvidson, Alex C, Jr 
JJU'ou, John R ' ' 
Garbntt, John B 
Listerman, Wayne L 
Osten, Jack J. * e Jj " 

fc *■ Clarence John 
•tosb, Stanley W 
Byan, Lowoil D. 

Cleveland Heights 

Dampeer. John L. 

IJdlon, John R 
Columbus 

Alio way, R. R^oke 

Cook, Donald D 

"evine, Sam L. 

Hofheimer, Harrv 

Lohr, William J 

Lynn, Bruce G 

Stanford, Carl E 
Cuyahoga Falls 

Keller, Wm, H 
I>ayton 

Hoefling, James K 



w" ki . Ila ^ JiU1Jl 'S S- 
Wood, Peircc 
Euclid 

Buchanan, David L 
1 airport Harbor 

Kmta, Eugene F 
Iron ton 

Karli art, Warren g 
r,akcwood 
Adams. C. Torrey 
I»«hop, Joseph H Tr 
Cable, Davis w 
Cmereck. Wm F 
Lima 

Leonard, William C 
Mansfield 

Calhoun, William A 
Martins Terry 

Firmiu, John C 



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Ma 1 1 nice 

R *ffM. Ralph a. 
Mil ford 

Riffle, p a ,,l B. 
North Olmstead 

Oviatt, Clarence John 
Norwalk 

Bracy, H. Burton 
Norwood 
Farley, John J. 
Rattermnn, Frederick 

OrvUIe 

Liiidaniood, Harry R. 

Moffett, Rexfora W 
Pomeroy 

Crow, Frederick W 
Jr. ' 

Port Clinton 

Hitchcock, John G 
Portsmouth 

Cranston, Kenneth 

Horr, Wm, H. 
Rock River 

Collins, Stan J. 
fet. Clairsville 

Firm in. John C. 
Shaker Heights 

Hrnmm, Oliver C 

Listerman, Wavne I, 
Shelby J lj ' 

Cox Virgil Q. 

Depler, G. Wm. 
Sprlngneld 

Schwer, George A. 
Syracuse 

f o-.£ rOW ' Fred W -> Jr. 
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Toledo 

Hoggs, Ralph H. 

Quinn, Andrew ,T. 
Westford, Crawford 
County 

Brumm, Oliver C, 
Yoiingstown 

Lynch, John J., Jr. 
OKLAHOMA 
Mugkogee 

Ruby, G. Russell 
Oklahoma City 

Tlonnolcl, Philip C 

Morrison, William P 
Jr. 
Shawnee 

Van Wagner, TT:inis 
Stillwater 

Sater, Max E. 
Tulsa 

Br y don, Allan J. 

Dickson, Hobart L„ 
Jr. 

Hutchinson, Forney 
Jr. 

King, Carl H. 

McGwire. Lloyd IT 

Martin, Uolmns IB. 

Myers, Louis P 

Proctor, Norbcrt E 
Jr. 

Rashury, James T 

Siindvahl, H. R. "IL-iI 

Todd, Lawrence E 

Wilson, John C. 
OREGON 
Astoria 

Wyatt, Wendell Wm. 
Medford 

Hnviland, Paul W. 
Portland 

Lai ley, Jason K. 

Uryson, Jarnes 10. 

Huffy, Fred b. 

Mize, Ray 

Watkins, Elton 
The Dalles 

Pln|>ps, Charles A: 

PENNSYLVANIA 

Allrntonn 

Biondi, Ray W. 
Ambler 

Sehroeder, Adelbeit S 
Ardmore 

Bod Icy, J. Justus 
Wood, R. Spencer, Jr. 



liradford 

MeVay, Wm. P. 
Carlisle Barracks 

Barnard, h. H., Lt 
Col. 
Chester 

Dickey, Chas. D., Jr. 
Coraopolls 

Adams. Alexander B 
Drexcl Park, Did, Co. 

O'Conuell, George B. 
Eri(> 

Dwyer, James B., Jr. 
CUvnshaw 

Tfitom, Dan Evans 
Hatboro 

Hieks. Robert. FT. 

Pisanic, Daniel W. 
It han 

Dickey, Churl es D., 
Jr. 
Lower Merion TWP 

Blnskey, Samuel 1!. 
Norrlstown 

Schprmerhorn, Augus- 
tus P. 
Philadelphia 

Blaskey, Samuel B. 

Kodley, J. Justus 

Chaff etz, Maxwell 

Charters, Eugeno J. 

Clothier, Wm, J., 2d 

Cook, Leonard J. 

Cowa'i, Raymond H. 

Donahue, Frank R., Jr. 

Donnelly, Wm. R. 

Cannon, Clins, A. 

Tleffler, Jacob 

Hieks, Robert H, 

Jones, Edgar Allen 

Kearns, Joseph T., Jr. 

Kohn, Aaron M. 

Kreiner, Martin J. 

Kuchiier, Howard M, 

l-evy, Richard L, 

Lorry, Wilfred R. 

MeArdle, Frank J. 

McDevitt, Joseph F, 

Mankas, Stanley P. 

Mincher, Elmo C. 

O'Conncll, George B 

Rochester. Joseph E. 

Roscnbfuiin, Randolph 
R. 

(Vhrneder, Adalbert S, 

Scovell. Mace H. 

Sens. John P. 
(216) 



Philadelphia (Cont'd) 
Sheer, Morris H 
Solomon, Charles M. 
Washington, Harry J. 
Wood, E, Spencer, Jr. 
Pittsburgh 
Adams, Alexander B 
Brownlee, Herbert V. 
Devlin, John H. 
Donaghue, Frank J 
Leahy, John P 
Rauek, w. Gordon 
Rockwell, Hobart H 
Seward, Lee H. 
Smith, Adrian C. 
Tatom, Dan Evans 
Pitts ton 

Quirm, Vincent M 
Reading 

Riehl, John W 
Uldley Park 

Scovell, Mace H 
Biegelsvllle 

Sabo, Arthur L. 
Scsranton 

Biglan, Henry M. 
Springfield 

Donnelly, William R. 
Tarentum 

Leahy, John F. 
Valley Forge 

Willow Grove 
Bontley, Robert L. IT 
MeArdle, Frank J. 
Wyalusing 

Welles, John R. 
Wyncote 

Solomon, Charles M 
Wynnewood 

Lorry, Wilfred R, 
SOUTH CAROLINA 
Columbia 

Spigner, A. Fletcher, 
Jr. ' 

Florence 
Seott, John M 
Purvis, Melvin 
Greenville 
Stephenson, Harry 

Roberts, Jr. 
Williams. John M 
Marion 
Norton, William B 
Jr. 
Sumter 
Cuttino, Charles L. 



SOUTH DAKOTA 
Fresno 

Knutaon, Geoffrey B. 
Sioux Falls 

Bieleki, Richard M 

Keardon, B. Scott 
Yankton 

Cllnite, Robert J. 
TENNESSEE 
Donelson 

Billings, T. HIton 
Johnson City 

Price, Walter L. 
Knoxvllle 

Morton, L, Clare 

Billings, T. BJIton 
Clement, Frank G 
Wager, Eugene BL 

a J™ ke S. Clement W. 
Spring Hill 

Wilkes, Clement W 
Winchester 

Garwes, J. Henry 
TEXAS 
Abilene 

Moore, James W. 
Beaumont 
prison, Benjamin M. 

BellvX S * LOni8 X ' Jr " 

Karcher, Abram V. 

Tollett, Raymond L, 
Brownsville 

Cunningham, Paul y 
Corpus Chrlsti 

Singer, Robert C. 
Dallas 

Brasher, Ottis L. 

Carpenter, Gordon R. 

peBuslt, Manuel C 

Fair, William W„ Jr 

Heavrin, Earl M 

Lee, Leland G„ Jr. 

Lutey, John T 

£&P°E na( *. D wight L. 
Metcalfe, James J. 
Read, John C, 
Riddle. Ernest R„ Jr 
Scott, Norvell O 
Smith, Richard E 
(217) 



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linllas (Cont'd) 

Steser, Hugh Lynn 
Wenig, Brvine C. 
Denton 

Carpenter, Gordon E 
Devlne 

Bain, William W 
Fort Worth 

Evans, Joseph W 
La-,gdon, Jaek M. 
Preeport 

Detre, Albert T 
Grand Prairie 

Heavrin, Earl M. 
Houston 
Bell, Joseph V. 
BoIIfrass, Herbert B 
Brasher, Ottis L 
Butler, Wm. B. 
Crawford, Wm. S., Jr. 
doodson, Alfred C 
Harlan, Wm. E. 
Harrison, Benjamin M 
Hoover, Howard S 
Jones, Franklin C, Jr 
Kennedy, Murry D 
Kerr, James H., Jr. 
Kriegel, Henry E 
Lackey, F. Joseph 
LaMaster, Lewis M 
McPhail, Charles W 
Morris, Joseph A 
Peden, Phil 
Peterson, Erik G. 
Scott, James H. 
Stokes. A. Cordon 
Thomas Louis A., Jr. 
Wnll. Clement W 
Webb, Jesse L. 
Wills, Earl J., J r 
Wilson, Glenn W 
Wright, Chfis. E. 
La Tuna 

White. Thomas B. 
Littlefleld 

Mayo. George R 
Midland 

Bixler, George E. 
Mission 

White, Raymond A. 
New Canny 

Crawford, Wm. S„ Jr 
Odessa 

McDonald, Malvern fl, 
San Antonio 

Kniiie. Michael J.. Jr 
Mnddox, Eobert n 
Mitehell, Bill 



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Smith, James Burleson 
Sutton, John F„ Jr. 
White, James 0. 

"Doe" 
Wlnton, Ealph H. 
Terrell 

Ramsey, Robert K. 
Victoria 
Houehins, Eugene H 
Jr. 
Waco 

Pilcher, Stuart C. 
UTAH 
Kanab 

Roberts, H. Eugene 
Provo 

Christenson, Phillip V 
Salt Lake City 
Beless, James W. 
Bennatts, Richard S. 
Callister, Edward R. 
Clayton, Hyde T. 
Curtis, Dale E. 
Elledge, Leon W 
Snow, John ji. 
Tihbals, Allen H 
Van Winkle, Bicharrt 

A. 
Vetterlj, Reed E. 

VERMONT 

Poultney 

Sennett, William C. 
VIRGINIA 

Alexandria 

Bowman, Lester I. 

Hennig, Albert Wm 

McGarrashy, Francis L 

Storek, George W. 
Arlington 

Bonnet. John C, 

Brechenser. Frank J. 

Coombs. Earl Wm., Jr 

Cotter. Paul j. 

Harrill, Byron J. 

Mackle, James W. 

Mertz, John C. 

Morgan, Edward P 

Smith, Clyde Willard 

Stoudcnmire, Sterling 
P., Jr. 

White. Hubert S. 
Bon Air 

Eeynolds, Jim D, 
Clarendon 

Fie k ten, Con tee R, 



Fairfax 

F^nrin H ™» 
Grant, Clifford P 
L-mnane, Edward P 
Mo ran, Wm. E., Jr' 
OJiiey, Laurence M 
-Le*Kbm*g 

I 'at J on, Francis L 
, Lynchburg 

in^ Stpr ' R °yston in 
Miefimond 

Davis, E y w _ 

Gilmore, J. Spencer 
Montgomery, James H., 

Moore, Paul c , 
Mnlhern, John J 
Reynolds, J. D 
gavage, John w 
Smith, Percy, M 

WASHINGTON 
liellevue 

c Worthington, A . Dean 

Ki^ife ^^ri, k j. 

Johnson, Charles W., 
Olynipla 

£«!sloy, Sam B 
fi'lby, Ralph S. 
%ff°& John s. 

lOOl, C. R 

Stroble, Marvin E 
Turner, Max C. 

p Donwo, E 0berf D. 

Olson, Or vine B 
Port Blakely 

feeudder, Milton E 
men! and 

C'ark, Richard D 
Umton, Gordon S 
Dierst. Gl erm V 
Dowell, Hamilton C 
Flanders. Robert L 
Hislpp, Frederick J 
Hurley, Francis E 



Johnston, Leo C. 
Murray, Wayne. Jr. 
Pennington, Weldon J. 
Provinse, David A. 
H^JPatt, Harry t 
Richardson, Archie J 
Spear, Mont Clair 
Terry, Charles A. 
Webber, w. Forbea 

^ nde '8on, Harold E. 

gellwo Hobert D. 
Gemmil], Kenneth B 
Irwin, Phi]ip H , "■. 

TaST 11 ' **•<» «• 
Lyon, Charles B. 

WEST VIRGINIA 
Charleston 

Con dry. Joseph P 
Fairmont 

Murray, Patrick C 
P&rkersbtutt 

Light, Claude P. 

™ °,5 air ' Jam « B. 
Welrton 

Bangert, Harold A, 
Wheeling 
gnstkey, H. Earl 
Kennedy, w. Bobert 

WISCONSIN 



Cedar burg 

Hulras, Ralph j. 
Chippewa Falls 

Wiley, Marshall A. 
Dft Forest 

Mulvihill, Edward R 
Delavan 

Kenney, John H. 
Ea« Claire 

Hansen, Connor T, 
Green Bay 

Flatley, Eobert H. 
Kenosha 

Hammond, Willis R 
ifcnowlton 

Browan, J. E. 
La Crosse 

Chappell, Bruntly P 
(210) 



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STANDARD FORM NO. 84 



Office Memorandum • united states government 




TO : Director, FBI 

qWom : SAC, Atlanta 

U SUBJECT: SOCIETT OF FORMER SPECIAL 
A(£NTS OF THE FBI 



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DATE: April i>, lyi# 



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For the Bureau's information, there Is enclosea a 
clipping from the April 11, 1949, issue of the "Atlanta 
Journal" concerning the organisation of an Atlanta Chapter 
of the above society e 




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Former G-Men 
In AtlantcTXrea 
Plan to Organize 

The Atlanta chapter of the So- 
ciety of Former Special Agents of 
the FBI will be organized at 7 
p. m. Friday in the Piedmont ho- 
tel. 

Felix O. Cox, who was one of 
the founders of the organization 
in 1938, said the organization ha? 
chapters in 20 major cities, bi^ 
thus far none has been set up 
here. The national membership 
isjl,800. 

Mr. Cox estimated there are 
so ne 30 former special agents 
n<J<v living in the Atlanta area. 
Many of them are attorneys, ac- 
countants, or private investiga- 
tors. 

The organization^ he said, ds 
primarily social. It was set ul to 
preserve friendships and associa- 
tions made while in the FBI. I 

Mr. Cox. said any former fce- i 
cial agents is invited to the Friday I 
night meeting. I 



ATLANTA JOURNAL 
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.Director 
.Mr. CI egg 
-Mr. Glavin 
.Mr. Harbo 
.Mr. Ladd 
-Mr. Nichols 
-Mr. Rosen 
-Mr. Tracv 



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STANDARD FORM NO. M 




Office Memorandum • united states government 



: Director, FBI (Attention i Assistant Director date: April 27 19h9 
A r rt \/^ L. B. NICHOLS) ' 

^from : SAC^leveland 

subject: Societ y of FOEMER^spfeciALu 

OF THE FBI ISC7"' 



TO 
,FROM 



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Sometime ago, after talking with the Bureau, I declined an invita- 
tion to speak on the Bureau's work at a quarterly meeting of the 
Northern Ohio Chapter of this organization by pleading the necessity 
of being out of the city on the date set; however, subsequently I 
have been approached on several occasions by officers of this group, 

particularly! | wit h the request that I select the date 

on which I can be present for this purpose. 

Approximately a month ago J | again contacted me, asking that I 

attend and say a few words at the quarterly banquet of the grouD to 
be held at the Carter Hotel on Friday evening, May 13, 19U9, begin- 
ning at 6:00 HI and I told him at the time that in so far as I thei 
knew, I would be glad to be with them. 



It does appear that if I again invoke an emergenc$rii*#'p"revent my 
being there, the invitation to be present will in all probability 
again be reneired and I am wondering whether it would not be prefer- 
able for me to be there, say a few words and end the matter at that 
time. 

I recall that at one time the Director welcomed the good wishes of 
this organization, although I am not aware as to the relations between 
^ Hthe society and the Bureau at the present time; however, it occurs 

that unless there is some present policy which would preclude my doing 
so, it would be preferable for me to attend rather than perhaps to 
convey the impression that the Bureau does not desire that Agents in 
Charge associate officially with group meetings of this organization. 

The Bureau's instructions in this ca«nection are therefore solicited. 



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organisation* It ie eugpe^ted that you decline this 
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morandum • united states government 



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SUBJECT: 



TOLSON 
GLAVIN 




DATE: May $, 1^ 



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di scussing other 
Office on May k* 
information from 
that former SAG [ 



matters with 



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While 
of the New York 
he had received 
New York Of fief 

member of the Society of Former "Special 
had advised that at a meeting recently fi&ld 
Former Special Agents, a discussion waSt had 
article to be written about the FBI then. It 
nationally 'known magazine is to write an article 



* Agents** 
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Mr. Toleo n 
Mr. C1«k k 

Mr. Glavln 

Mr, Lodd 

Mr. Hlchole 
Mr. FLow n 
Mr, Trac y 

Mr. Eg«n 

Mr. Ournea 

Mr. Harbo 

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Mr. Pemtlngw n 
Mr, Oulnn tm w 
Tele. Roo n 

Mr. Nwae 

Miss Holaea 

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Whelan 
me that ___„ 

Agents^n the 
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by the Socle%/of 7 &* 
concerning a lhagasine * 
appears that a *f 

entitled "The J "%>*" 



lest-Trj^nejiMen in the World" which will be vety complimentary 

le Bure^u^lifra^^TIPf^I'ge^nW^' I \ advised thkt the Society of 

Former Special Agents is going to request ksOOO .rje^fjnts of the 
article to be sent by the Society to li^OOO outstanding executive 
throughout the country for the purpose of making contacts for 
members of the Society • | | informed the Agent of the New 

York Office that he did not Know whether the Bureau had knoivle 
of this article but he did want to pass this on to the Dirb&iok 




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Office Memorandum • united states government 



to : Mr. Nichols 

FROM : M. A^^japyp/^ ^ 

SUBJECT: 



DATE: 5-20-49 




You will recall that recently the New York Office advised of 
rumors to the effect an article on Bureau training was being prepared by 
the Society of Former Special Agents for some magazine. The New York 
Office at the time did not have any definite information. Assistant SAC 
Whelan of the New York Office called today concerning this matter and __ 
advised an article by former Special Agent Thomas M. McDade entitled "The Most 
Carefully Selected Men in the World," appears in the May I ssue of Dun's Review. 

which- of ft OUT aft, In a raih'Hr.a-H rtn nf nim and P»»ft^«-l-yjn»+- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 

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Whelan stated that the article was generally very commendatory and that he was 
sending a copy to the Bureau immediately. Efforts have been made to get a copy 
here in Washington without success. 



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Office RAetnorandwn • united states govek^men^ 



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FROM 



SUBJECT: 



Mr* Poison 



date: June 8 



L* B* Nichols 



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incent called from New York* He is 
ja£^JzrjM£^Agjen$s. He referred 



v "i^^ZE™ si dent qf_ 

to an iWem~ in Danton Walker's column in the New York Daily News* 
on June 6 to the effect that a group of former agents were trying 
to get a publisher to publish their^emoirs of Bed activities* 



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Mr. Hease 
Miss 

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He wanted to say that the Society&j^ Former Agents knew nothing about 
this, they had no connections wiit/fr* it and would have n o connections 
with it s and his only thought wy? that it sounded like \ \ 

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hiv'tSTIPATION i 

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Mr. Tolson 
Mr. Ctagg_ 
Mr. Glavin 




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June 15, 1949 



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MEMORANDUM FOR i#. TOLSON 



Rosen] 
Mr. Tracy. 
Mr. Egan. 
Mr . Gurnet 
Mr. Harl 
Mr . Mohi 



Mr. Quinn Tamm_ 
Mr. Neaae 




Former Special Agent 



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„ phoned today advising that 
the Washington chapter of the Society^oj' Former Special Agents is very 
anxious to be of any aid or assistance to the Director personally or 
to the Bureau JjL^new of the newspaper reports rumoring the Director's 
resignation, | stated that all of the boy3 that he has talked to 

felt that while the Bureau may not be in a position to come out and 
publicly say anything that his group would be more than anxious to take 
up the cudgels in behalf of the Director in the event anything was felt 
desirable to get out to the public. 



I l also stated that ] \ of the Post, whom he has 

met several times, contacted him and was anxious to tal k to him and that 
subsequently during the afternjum today a \ [ of the Washington 

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Post came around to see hi 
genernJ-^terms about reading 

from] | just how the Bureau did operate* \ 

b6 pointing out several times that the Bureau was a fact-finding organiza- 
tion and did not evaluate its reports as tha t was a f unction for the 
attorneys in the Department of Justice, when [ \ launched into a 

questioning as to the meaning of symbols jMjkk in identifying confidential 
informants • | [ started owt with tto8/88pposition that SF and LA 

obviously meant san Francisco Jmfr& LoscAgeles locale, but the one that 
got him was the symbol y. w^M rh^S^ffnma^ after having read some of 

by n ayi fig 
that the alphabetical jMFianat ion in and of i^MlfiCvAvtatS _ji q thing ,aj..it 
was merely an indices^id not a general term jtfeat. identified the symbol 
itself, as there were all sorts of letters of the alphabet us^Jk iden- 
tifying the Bureau's confidential sources of information* [ [ said he 
kept his remarks very general but he felt if the Buf-' e ait" d eifr W&% e might 
be in a position to get out through his contc^tcMtt.h V [ any pap1$ic- 

ular pitch on recent developments which the Bur&mt->-rkl g>&6~ ^'eei- d*ei rahl^e * 

told I I that we appreciated his call and that 

ccurred to us at the time that we might suggest 
posted in the event he had any further contact 




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Memorandum, to Mr* Tolson June 15 9 1949 



Director personally and again reiterated if there was anything he can 
do or the Society of Former Special Agents can do to please let ftim 
know. 

Respectfully, 
X/C$% Nichols 






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1949 




TO: 

Director 5633 

Mr. Tolson 5744 

Mr. Clegg 5256 

Mr. Fletcher 1742 

Mr. Glavin 5517 

Mr. Harbo 7641 

Mr. Ladd 5736 

Mr. Rosen 5706 

Mr. Tracy 4130 IB 



Mr. Mohr 5744 

Mr. Nease 5633 

Mr. q. T*mm A131 IB 



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.Records Section 7235 

Pers. Records 6635 

Reading Room 5531 

Mail Room 5533 

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Attontiont CRIKB HBCORDB 
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THE MOST CAREFULLT SKLSCTBD USS U THE WOHU) 
IKFOHHATICK CGRGKmmre^ 

For tho Buroau** information, th.ro la attached * oopy of 
*Dun«* »*t1«»\ Hay, 194&, iaauo wherein or pag« 18 appoara an artiol* 
^ oarrying tho abo*» Utlo by THCKAS K. HoDaDS, manaeor, aooounting. Bud- 
got*, and Mothoda, Gonoral Fooda Corporation. It toll* tho atory of 
the aolootion of Buroau agonta and alio tolla of tho aueoeaa that many 
of them havo had In prlvato amploywont. _ \L^" 

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It la our undoratanding that thia artlolo haa bean anoouragad 
by tho Former Agenta Aaaooletlon. 

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skill or proficiency so doing 3 >oh is were his friends imd associates? What 
more easily acquired than lite-long in- were bis habits— good or bad?" 
legrtty. Whatever the reason, char- AU references are imci viewed. Gen-. 



and all doubdui decisions arc decided 
against the applicant. 

just how docs 1 he FBI select an agent 
from among the hundred who apply? 



would be expected to speak favorably : 
of him and they usual iv do, But people 
often react diffe ready 10 a si interview : 
than to a telephone or letter inquiry* ; 



the information, that the local blight 
buy, whom everyone admired, owned 
a half interest in the town bookmaker 



arranging to bring a nice track wire 
service into the town. Nothing more 
was heard from the Senator, 
Investigations are not always nega- 



tion of every applicant before he is ap- remarks that it is unfair to the appli- winch may result in the applicant's ap- 
pointed a special agent. cant and to the Government if an tin- pointment. One investigator was once 
At the field office located nearest his qualified person gets by, only to have told that the applicant was a bully and 
home, the applicant takes a written ex- his shortcomings discovered later, had been arrested tor assaulting a man. 



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thing. Instead 



he saw that his remarks were being investigator wonder if he was really ;i 



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a mart for «»y reason? Every school 
he attended is visited personally by an 
FBI agent who examines his scholastic 
records, interviews his teachers, and 
gets as complete a picture as possible 
of hh life and personally ar that school. 
Every neighborhood in which he has 
lived, in any city, is visited and his 
neighbors are asked, '"What kind of a 
pennon was he? Whs* hi ad of people 



of days to a week or more* depending ; 
on the number of agents used and the : 
localities involved. Thee cost from ; 
$150 to $500, and sometimes much 
higher. Reports front ail investigating \ 
offices arc sent to Washington where 
they are reviewed and on the basis of ■ 
die investigation the decision to appoint 
or not is made. Endorsement by mem- 
bers of Congress ha the man*s district : 
may be sent in. They get the weighs 



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REVIEW 



h mac>) Irs-; thaa swoi si ij u the Govei nmem is as rea; 

corner ikw^Uiid ably sure he k a good moral risk as' 






training begins. 




' . . . , "— " « - «*imui course or events that 



able to make better provision for bis 

wife and children. 

What happens to former FBI men in 
business is a so -i v itself. Busincw, hig 
business and iittle business, has learned 
from either profitable past experience 
or observation that hiring "graduates" 
oi die FBI is A guarantee that thev are 
h t r i i jg c ha rat tci <u id Integr it v. ll ' K B I 
men as a whole are the most carer'uHy 
selected men in the world, what would 
you call list- individual men selected 
from (hat group? 

Farmer Special Agents* Society 

The first surprise one sets in review- 
ing she careers of former FBI men is 
•he diversity of jobs they fill. It is 
easier than one might think to see what 

they do for they have formed an organ- 
. _ ization, called the Society of* Former 



lishes a roster of its 1,300 members, in- 
cluding the names of their employers 






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every major industnal firm and the 
various jobs art representative of almost 
every skill from research technician to 
president. 

When asked how a G-man came to 
be president oi a corporation employ- 
ing 1,500 people, one oi them remarked, 
"Why shouldn't } be qualified? I ox- 
ganiwd and directed an ami-trust In- 
vestigation of an allied industry, using 
40 agents and 25 accountants.* I had 
to know every aspect of that business 
from buying its raw materials to know- 
ing its exact margin of profit tinder 
three different price schedules using 
four different transportation rates", 
When we finished our cmt I knew 
more about that industry than the 
heads of the three leading companies. 
They told me so themselves. That's \ 
how I got rrty present job." 

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Pen my I va ni a Sail Man u 1 a c t u r i n g 
Comp.im as superintendent of their 
huge \'at«(VU' w< rVs, 1 u»<ukl hav< 
done this if It had not been loi my 
wife and our family and circle 01 
friends in Brookhne md Boston. The 
result ul this offer, however, was the ■ 
almost trebling of the salary which ! 
received f rotii the Merrtmac Chemical 
Company. 



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in charge of production at Snulehakef 
Corporation, formerly ran an FBI field 
oifia . The production manager of the ■ 
Mid- Western Die Casting Corporation' 

is a tonner agent. 

Department Store Positions 

Certain businesses more than others, 
seem to have recognized early (he \akte : 
nl these men. Department stores are 
in this group. We hod former agents 

at Abraham & Straus, Alexander's, 
Locut's. Lord & Taylor's. M;i..y\. .md 
Wanamakcr's in New York, ;md in 
other stores throughout the country. 

Aviati* =i is another industry in which ; 
practically t very company h;s« several ■ 
iormes agents in varying capacities. 
Thcrt is at leas? one at Bocinrr. Chance 
Voight, Hughes, Lockheed, Noah 
\mcric;m. Pan American, and United : 
yJaferifg^ 

Adverting, too, h nut without its 
shun of former agents. Erwm Wasey; . 
Shappe, M-'ilkfs, liu.: RathraiifT & 
Ryan; Wmluck & Miller; and Young 
.uhl Riiloi .tni art- representatives. 

A not unusual x\,nn:<k of: hoyv these ' 
men serve a single company m sever ji ■ 
capacities is found in Genera] Foods 
Corponulon where one directs training ; 
of personnel, another is auditor, a third : 



a fourth is the accounting manager, a ; 
llflh directs protection at a major plant., : 
itnd until recently, is sixth was ;s pur- : 
clUiin^ executive. 

The Society c f f" Former Special Agents . 
k sirwll so .size hut potent through the ■ 
positions which its members occupy in : 



over ten years ago to continue the close : 



jobs, ex-agents are more sought afrcr i 
than seeking. 

Some time ago a placement commit- 
tee was organized and asked that nny i 
members desiring new jobs register : 
wish it. It soon developed that there : 
wire ak mam requests (rnm business 
l.or stents as there were men looking 
for jnhs, s*> that these has never been 
a list to choose from. 

The personnel manager of a lead-' 
m:jj bank onct a.vked il the Society had : 
m\ members m tin brmkin^ business 



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~\ cC was reply! - \\V have men with 
big banks likt the National City, iu the 
Irving Trust o! New York, os m as 
small as tin Medina Valic> State Hank 
at Divisx:, Tex. In the latici case it's 
the president, but we have e.verythm» 
bom cashiers up to the top/' 

Not all i!it rtgems went into big busi- 
ness os do the conventional jobs uc 
might expect. There are ranchers, engi- 
neers research chemists, collet buyers, 
iootbai! coaches (University of Iowa). : 
college professors (Baldwin Walbxe. 
Vale, Set >n I Id!, Wisconsin, and Mar- 
queue h new spapc r n pom i s ( St Lout* 
Post-Dispatch and Milwaukee Senti- 
nel,), radio news commentators, hotel 
manapors, and credit men. 

Cartoonist to ToxkoIogSst 

A former agent is dte creator of the 
carter character 'T>on\Vmsl<m r.i the : 

Navy," another writes a daily poem, 
syndicated through to > American news* 
papers and one in Dublin, Ireland. : 
Two are presidents of casket com- 
panies, another is a funeral director, 
and a third is a State toxicologic. 

Outside of the United States they are : 
]vsi a* ubiquitous. There i> rmc in 
almost every major Central and South 
American city and many in Kurope ;otd 
the Far East. In Havana one inns the 
office «t' Merrill L\ nch, Pierce, Fennei , : 
6c Jkane while another handles die af- 
fairs of Scars, Roebuck and Company. 
The manager of Kraft Foods Company 
m Mexico City was .\n a^c-m; so is the 






City, another is Special Assistant to the 
Ambassador of Brazil in Hiodc Janeiro/ 



energy,: 



America. Twcntv-two of the leading 
insurance companies have- one or more 
of its memhers on their payrolls. For 
that matter yon could mgui with Atlis-: 
Chalmers Manufacturing Company/ 
Armour and Company, and Amen/ 
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through die alphabet: to Warner Bros., 
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mete?, ail departments were askeU to turn in sticking stamps, and manual mailing! 

their stocks of postage stamps, Although the The mete* prints postage directly on the 

firm hiVi very large, the office manager %as envelope. \hs exact postage needed * . . pmu 



—to find K62.32 in stamps scattered amend 
in desk dra wers and stamp boxes. 

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advertisement, and 
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Use Society is organized into ij 
chapters located in the principal cities 
ot the United States. Its headquarters 
is in New York at 70 Pine Street from 
whkh it !vmii> a monthh newspapet 
appropriately called "The Grapevine '' 
In this little sheet appear anecdotes,, 
reminiscences, rmd recollections ot' the 
strange cases on winch the agents 
worked at one time, It carries no .sd- 
vcrtisip.g but if it did there would he: 
no herter medium for reaching the 
right men for the right jol>--"The Most 
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It is too low if if isiih in cover the ex- 
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 



EMPLOYEE SUGGESTION 



Dat e July 27. lp/fl 



Tor DIRECTOR, FBI 
From: 



Special Agent 



Field Office or Division New Orleans 



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I have on several occasions used former Special Agentsas sources of 
information on official matters in New Orleans territory. Their importance as 
sources is shorn by the positions held by the following former Agents whom I 

have called on at various times: * 

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There are numerous others in this territory, some known to me and many 

of whom I have no knowledge. 

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"^ J%i»& e ft&9' Jnen have tne same inWaation and one of them is a former f 
Agent, liw~iii7i v ls a much more valuable.fcource because of his Bureaujtraining ? and 
his knowledge of what is pertinent to tfte Bureau. He is of *nown reliability ? 
and more likely to cooperate with and assist an Agent. 7 " ■ 

* AUG 6 i .,■ 
.. , ^ *° rid ng out this suggestion, I obtalne&^pqj^Qf the membership 
directory, Society of Former Special Agents of tke EedegaJL *8wF»a» *& lavestiga- 
tion, Inc., and while this is not a complete listing of forme*. Agents, it is ap- 
parent that every section of the country contains some for x 
that a great many of these could be of value if their name 
known to the various offices of the Bureau. 




;ents. I believe 
addresses 



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It is, therefore, my suggestion that the Bureau furnish each of race 
with the names, addresses and business connections of the former Special Agents 
in their territory. I suggest that the Bureau make this distribution since the 
Bureau may mnt to make some additions and deletions rather than have the member- 
ship directory itself used by the offices as the source. I would then suggest 
that these names be carried in the source of informations far d file under the head- 
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OFFICE MELiOHAimUL 1 ! UMITED S'lAIES GOVErtlMEIIT 
IS / 4 I .. r « \ /- 4 v ( J^e 24-1949 

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** om: D. M.Ladd 

Subject: 



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former Special Agent now with 



called me this morning and stated that the 



members o? tha bx-Ap antji committee formed over at the 
I [ wanted to offer their assistance to 

the Bureau in any way possible at the present time in 
view of the newspaper comments. He stated that they would 
be only too glad to be of any assistance that the Bureau 
might desire to call on them for, 

I thanked [ l and stated I was sure you 

would appreciate this offers "tha* I, however, knew of 
nothing that could be done at this time; that if at a 
later time there was anything that you desired done, I 
would, of couse, communicate with hiau 



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Office Memorandum 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 



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FROM 



SUBJECT: 



Mr, To Is on 
L, B, Nichols 



date; October 3, l$k9 



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Mr. Tolsott 
Mr. Cleeg_I 
Mr, Gl*vln 
Mr, liddd 



Mr. Nichols^ 
Mr. Rosen 



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Mr. Tracy_ 

Mr. Egan 

Mr, Gurnas 
Mr. Harbo_ 
Mr. Mohr 



£/ ji&dC Belmont advised that/a recent meeting of the 

Society o f Former Ag ents Ithere were approximately seventy 
present, | \ recommended that the Washington^ Dm C, 

Society of rormer Agents engage in activities other than of — 
a fraternal nature, such as sponso ring Drew Pearson' s Boys 1 Town 
project. 

The matter was referred to the Executives Conference* 
Mr, Conroy advised Belmont it would be tabled and no action taken. 



Mr. Pennington 
Mr. Qtiinn Tam 

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THE DIRECTOR 
D. M. Ladd 








date: October 21, 1949 



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farmer. Special Agent, 
I Be advised me 



I ran laiol 
who is now with ] 

that the local chapter of the Society of Former Special mil 
Agents at their election recently elected the following 
officers t » 

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November !(., I9I4.9. 



Director, FBI 



RE: 



Dear Sir: 



SOCIETY OP FORMER SP TOl -AL AGENT§/ 
OF THE FEDERAL BUREAU OF 
INVESTIGATION, INC+ 




I though. t the Bureau would be 
interested in the enclosed copy of "The Grapevine", 
with reference to candidates for election to office 
in the Society of Former Special Agents, I under- 
stand that the results of the election will "be 
made known at a meeting of this organization on 
November 16, X9I4.9 • 




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CANDIDATES {1949) RELEASE 



SOCIETY FORMER SPECIAL AGENTS 

OF THE 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

INC. 



ROOM 903, 70 PINE ST., NEW YORK 7, N. Y. 



FOR PRESIDENT 
Charles O. Blaisdell 

According to the birth records for the City of Brook- 
lyn, New York, the legal career of Charles O. Blaisdell 
officially began on the 27th day of November 1915. 

Charlie spent his childhood in Brooklyn, and in true 
Brooklynite tradition 
became an ardent 
baseball fan. He at- 
tended Brooklyn 
Friends School, and 
upon graduation en- 
tered Dartmouth Col- 
lege, in Hanover, New 
Hampshire. Here he 
was an active partici- 
pant in various sports 
and an enthusiastic 
member of the college 
football team. He was 
liked and admired by 
his fellow classmen 
for hia sincerity, 
friendship, and all- 
around ability. He 
graduated in 1037 
with a B.S. degree and a high scholastic standing. 

Immediately following his graduation, Charlie entered 
Columbia University Law School, where he earnestly com- 
menced preparation for his law career. His L.L.B, degree 
received in 1941. 

Charlie was admitted to the bar of the State of New 
York on April 10, 1942, which admission occurred shortly 
after his appointment as a Special Agent of the Federal 
Bureau of Investigation, His work in the Bureau varied 
from the handling of internal security cases during the 
war years to conducting general criminal investigations, 
and he was assigned to the Grand Rapids, Philadelphia 
and New York offices. In 1945 Charlie resigned from the 




Bureau in order to establish his own law practice. In 
April 1941 married Alia Herkstroter whom he had known 
since childhood. He presently resides at 325 Clinton Avo- 
nue, Brooklyn, with his wife and two children: a junior 
edition of himself, aged 4; and a 1 year old daughter. 
Although at present the major portion of his time is 
devoted to his family and practice, he is still an ardent 
sports fan and takes an active interest in world events 
in general. 

Charlie is presently the Secretary of the Society. 



Jack E. Buckley 

Jack B. Buckley was born in Washington, D. C, on 
June 8, 1898. Educated in the public and high schools of 
Washington he is also a graduate of Pace Institute. By 
profession an industrial engineer, he holds a certificate 
as a Certified Public 
Accountant of New 
York. 

As a career em- 
ployee he has spent 
most of his life in the 
governmental service. 
He was employed in 
the Bureau in 1926- 
1927 as a special ac- 
countant. Since 1935 
he has been in charge 
of the New York 
Field Office of the 
Federal Communica- 
tions Commission, di- 
recting all field inves- 
tigations of communi- 
cations carriers. 

His professional ca- 
reer was interrupted by both world wars. In World War 
I he served on General Pershing's staff in France. In 
World War II he was a lieutenant colonel in the Chemical 
Corps. He wears the Army Commendation Medal, Cou- 




Bpicuous Service Cross of New York and has three cita- 
tions for the Legion of Merit. 

He has two hobbies which entail many hours of over- 
time work each week, army reserve work and finding jobs 
for unemployed friends. In the army reserve activities 
he is deputy commander of the Chemical Corps Training 
Units in New York. When it comes to looking for jobs 
for his friends he claims to have a private intelligence 
service superior to the FBI. He resides at 99 Wiyatt 
Road, Garden City, N. Y., with his wife and 20 year old 
daughter. 



John A. Murphy 

John got his A.B. from Boston College, and his L.L.B. 
at Boston University. He practiced law in Massachusetts 
and Federal courts around Boston from 1928 to his joining 
the Bureau in 1930. He served at St. Louis, Washington, 
Trenton, Boston and 
New York. In his last 
three offices he fre- 
quently was acting 
SAC. He resigned in 
1938 to join Wayne 
Merrick in the Asso- 
ciation of Casualty & 
Surety Executives. As 
an SAC in the Claims 
Bureau and as an ag- 
gressive investigator, 
he supervised the big- 
gest New York City 
case of ambulance 
chasing, employing 
motion pictures for 
the fi'rst time in that 
type of case. He an- 
ticipated Pearl Har- 
bor, getting into the ONI in 1940, where he remained until 
1945, being released as a Commander. For the next two 
years he was SAC, Compliance Division, War Assets. In 
1947 he became an Executive of Pinkerton's National De- 
tective Agency, and is still directing its race track rami- 
fications with the objective of giving the plaiyer a more 
even chance against the "odds" with which that sport is 
susceptible, 

John is married with a teen age daughter. His Man- 
hasset home boasts of the many results of John's handi- 
work and long night hours. His early summer vacations 
as Purser on Fall River Line boats got John started as a 
poker player who can enjoy the game for high or low 
stakes. 

Because he aggressively sponsored the idea of a So- 
ciety publication, he was appointed as the original Editor 
of the Grapevine, He is thoroughly familiar with Society 
affairs having participated in meetings of the policy mak- 
ers both as Grapevine Editor and later as Chairman of the 
Executive Committee. 




school he assisted his father in piloting incoming ocean 
vessels. 

Oscar was not destined to follow the seas. We have 
often heard it said 
that most of the men 
in the Navy are from 
the midwest and in 

iffipit' 



Oscar's case it is just 
the reverse, he went 
to Chicago, where he 
became associated 
with the Peoples Gas 
Light and Coke Com- 
pany. Later he be- 
came Claim Agent for 
the Northwestern Gas 
Light and Coke Com- 
pany. During this 
time he studied law 
at night and subse- 
quently pursued vari- 
ous other college 
courses. He is pres- 
ently supervisor of Industrial Engineers for the Peoples 
Ga3 Light and Coke Company in Chicago. He is a pro- 
fessional registered engineer and was recently honored 
by his company for his forty-two years of service with 
them. 

In 1917, he was given leave of absence and entered 
the bureau, resigning therefrom in 1919. 

Oscar has been one of the stalwarts in the Society's 
affairs in Chicago. He was Secretary during 1942 and 
served aa Chairman of the Chicago Chapter during 1943. 
After his excellent work as Chairman in 1943 he was 
unanimously chosen as the Chapter Chairman in 1944. 

Oscar likes to make mode] yachts and each fall he 
manages to do some deep sea fishing. It is not known if 
he ever catches any fish. He plays golf for the exercise 
and not for the score. We also have it on good authority 
he has another hobby that he never mentions and that 
is "eating." 




FIRST YICE PRESIDENT 
Oscar A. Bowen, Sr. 

Oscar Bowen was born November 23, 1886, Newport, 
Rhode Island. His father was a pilot along the Southern 
New England Coast and for two years after leaving high 



Louis H. Fitch 

Louis Fitch was born at Columbia Station (Lorain 
County), Ohio, on August 15, 1904. He attend Baldwin- 
Wallace College, grad- 
uating with B.S. de- 
gree in 1930, L.L.B. 
degree from Cleve- 
land Law School in 
1936 and later studied 
accounting at Fenn 
College and Cleve- 
land College. 

Married Helen Burk 
of Columbia Station 
in 1932. Children: 
John, age ten, and 
Margaret, age seven. 

He served as As- 
sistant Treasurer of 
Baldwin-Wallace Col- 
lege until 1942, when 
he resigned to enter 
the Bureau. He was 




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assigned to the Louisville and Mewark Field Divisions, 
returning to Baldwin-Wallace College in 1945 as Business 
Manager. 

He was Director and Treasurer of Berea Chamber of 
Commerce, as well as Secretary of the Board of Trustees 
of the Berea Community Hospital. 

He is presently ensured as Business Manager at Wit- 
tenberg College, Springfield, Ohio. 




John L. Harrigan 

Jack Harrigan was born at Portland, Maine on Feb- 
ruary 14, 1898. Jack spent his early childhood in Portland 
and was graduated from the Portland High School. He 
was a corporal in the First World' War and in 1919 he 
received his A.B. de- 
gree from Holy Cross 
College at Worcester, 
Mass. 

Upon being gradu- 
ated from College 
John was engaged in 
the wool business for 
several years. How- 
ever he later studied 
law at the Law School 
of the University of 
Georgetown and in 
June of IMS he re- 
ceived his LLB. de- 
gree. He was admit- 
ted to the District of 
Columbia and the 
Maine Bars in April 
1929 and 1931 respect- 
ively. 

For a while Jack was with the Capitol Police Force 
and in June of 1929 he entered the Bureau. While with 
the Bureau he served in Chicago, Boston, Birmingham, 
New York City and in the Identification Division in Wash- 
ington. 

In October of 1932 he resigned from the Bureau and 
joined the Legal Staff of the Home Owners Loan Corp. 
and was SAC of the New York Office, Investigations Sec- 
tion for four years. 

Jack then became; the Assistant Chief Investigator 
on the staff of John Harlan Amen who was appointed the 
Special Prosecutor of rackets and official corruption in 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

With the event of World War II Jack again entered 
Government Service with the Office of Alien Property 
Custodian in New York City where he became Chief of 
the Special Service Section where he was charged with 
the duty of supervising investigations in all parts of the 
United States. Upon resigning from this position on Aug- 
ust 1, 1944 lie became Chief Investigator for the Massa- 
chusetts Claim Investigations Committee in Boston. 

Jack is a charter member of the Society, he has been 
a member of and served as Chairman of the Executive 
tCommittee where he performed a first, rate job. In addi- 
tion to this Jack was the first Chairman of the Boston 
Chapter and has been an efficient and loyal advocate of 
the Society, 



SECOND VICE PRESIDENT 
Nicholas Alaga 

Nicholas Alaga was born May 21, 1912, in Watson- 
ville, California (90 miles south of San Francisco.) He 
received a Ph.B. degree from the University of Santa 
Clara 1934; L.L.B. Stanford University 1937, He served 
in the Bureau from 
Octpber 1937-October 
1947, being assigned 
in chronological or- 
der to the following 
field offices, viz: Bos- 
ton, Milwaukee, Butte 
(what happened in 
Milwaukee, Nick?) 
San Francisco, Hono- 
lulu, back to San 
Francisco, back to 
Honolulu, Detroit, 
New York, Manila (as 
FBI Liaison Officer 
attached to Army's 
CIO — the most dan- 
gerous part of this as- 
signment was eating 
in the Army mess), 
and San Francisco. His longest assignment was New 
York 1941-1945; the Bureau probably thought he was still 
in the Philippines. Engaged in practice of law in San 
Francisco since November 1947, associated with Hallinan, 
Maclnnts and Zainloch, primarily doing trial work. Single; 
no children (we quote it as Nick put it down). Presently 
serving as Chairman, San Francisco Chapter Ex-FBI's. 




Robert H. Hicks 

Bob is a native of Siaten Island, New York. He at- 
tended the University of Pennsylvania, and Fordham Uni- 
versity School of Law. He was admitted to the New York 
Bar. 

Bob served in the Bureau from September 1934 to 
March 1945, as Spe- 
cial Agent, Special 
Agent in Charge and 
Inspector. He was at- 
tached to the Chicago 
Field Office, and later 
to field offices in Phil- 
adelphia, Washington, 
D. C, Norfolk, Rich- 
mond, Cleveland and 
New York. From 1939 
to 1943 he was SAC 
at the Academy at 
Quantico, Virginia. At 
the time of his resig- 
nation from the Bu- 
reau in 1945, Bob was 
in charge of the Nor- 
folk Field Division. 

He served as Coun- 
sel for the Reconstruction Finance Corporation from 1945 
to 1947. He resigned to accept his present position as 
Secretary and Director of Roberts & Mander Corporation, 




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Natboro, Pennsylvania ; manufacturers of gas and electric 
ranges, and kitchen cabinets. 

Bob is President of the Philadelphia Chapter of the 
Society at the present time. 



John F. Sutton, Jr. 

John F. Sutton, Jr. was born in Alpine, Texas, on Jan- 
uary 26, 1891. He is a graduate of the San Angelo, Texas, 
High School and holds an LL.B. degree from the Univer- 
sity of Texas (1941). 

After a short association with a Texas law firm he 
entered the Bureau 

on March 2, 1942, ,..,,, r; .. r ,.^^.- 

serving in the Butte, 
St. Louis, Philadel- 
phia and Allentown 
offices. He resigned 
from the Bureau in 

November, 1945. : -T^zm®"-- : ^w : * : - 

Leaving the Bureau, U ..H .^^ fit 

John was associated 
for three years with 
the San Antonio Law 
firm of Brewer, Mat- 
thews, Nowlin & Mac- 
farlane but on Janu- 
ary 1, 1949 with two 
fellow Texans, he 
formed the law firm 
of Kerr, Gayer & Sut- 
ton, with offices at 
San Augelo, Texas. 

John was one of the originators of the San Antonio 
Chapter of the Society. Ho is a member of the Tom Green 
County Bar Assn., Texas State Bar, American Bar Assn., 
Reserve Officers Assn (1st Lt. .lAG(C), San Angelo Country 
Club, Phi Delta Phi and Order of the Coif. In 1940 he was 
married to Miss Nancy Ewing of McAllen, Texas. 




THIRD VICE PRESIDENT 
Richard S. Gibbs 

Dick was horn in Ottumwa, Iowa on January 5, 1916. 
He received his B.A. and J.D. Degrees at the University 
of Iowa. 

He was Law Clerk to Chief Justice Paul W. Richards 
of the Iowa Supreme 
Court, and Justice 
Wiley Rutledge, then 
Associate Justice on 
the Court of Appeals 
for the District of 
Columbia. He was a 
Special Attorney for 
the Anti-Trust Divi- 
sion. 

Dick joined the Bu- 
reau in May, 19*12 and 
resigned on Novem- 
ber 30, 1945. He was 
attached to the St. 
Paul, Milwaukee and 
Salt Lake City Offi- 
ces. In the latter 
office he was on the 
Japanese Squad. Dick 




also spent considerable time In the mountains of Utah and 
Western Colorado, on foot and horseback, attempting to 
roundup fugitives. 

Dick is at present Secretary of the Wisconsin Chap* 
ter. He is practicing law as an Associate in the office of 
Qualies, Spehce & Quarles, 828 North Broadway, Mil- 
waukee. He was recently appointed Assistant Wisconsin 
Attorney for the Chicago, Northwestern R.R. 



Leon Levin 

Leon Levin is a native of Trenton, New Jersey, where 
he attended the graded and high schools. He received a 
Bachelor of Arts degree from Lehigh University in 192 t 8 
and a Bachelor of Law degree from George Washington 
University in 1931. 
Entering the serv- 
ice of the Bureau in 
1931, he put in two 
years in the old Iden- 
tification Unit. In 
1932 he was appointed 
a Special Agent and 
saw service in the 
New York, Philadel- 
phia, Washington, De- 
troit, Cincinnati and 
San Francisco Field 
Offices. During his 
service with the Bu- 
reau he gained fame 
as a member of the 
FBI's first basketball 
team which won the 
Government Cham- 
pionship Emblem for both of the years that Leon was toss- 
ing them up. He resigned from the Bureau in 1942 and 
following Horace Greeley's advice— headed west. 

After serving with the Reconstruction Finance Corp. 
and War Assets Administration long enough to find out 
that they do not let you take samples home he concur- 
rently became a benedict and started a venture in a men's 
clothing manufacturing business. Early in 19i49 he re- 
turned to the government service and is now writing in- 
vestigative reports for the Inspector General, U. S. Air 
Forces. He resides in Los Angeles with his wife and two 
children. He is an active member of the Los Angeles 
Chapter of the Society. 




Downey Rice 

Downey Rice, ex-ace spy catcher is now enjoying a 
successful law practice in our Nation's capital. As a 
charter member of the very active Washington Chapter of 
our Society, he helped guide its activities in the early 
stages as Secretary and Chairman. 

Downey's service with the Bureau began in 1934 when 
his athletic prowess helped bring home several basketball 
championships for the F.B.I, five. After his appointment 
as a Special Agent, he served in Omaha, Des Moines, 
Louisville, Boston, New York and Washington Feld Offices. 
In New York where he was assigned from 1938 until 1945 
he achieved immediate notoriety in the Vera Zorina extor- 
tion case when he mistakenly arrested newly arrived- 
Agent Jim Malley at the pay off spot. He is still trying 
to explain this "boner." 

Downey developed speaking acquaintances with num- 



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lltillit 




©reus spies during his long tenure on the major case sijuad 
ftHd his efforts contributed materially to the successful 
prosecutions Jti the Duqueslie, Kurt Frederick Ludwig, 
Gratis fluChantin-Dhiaett, Krllest Frederick Lehmitz, Wil- 
liaM Albi'delit Von 
ftauttth\ Grults^Groie' 
arid other' espitmage 1 
cases. The high poifit 
of his career was the 
George John Dasch 
submarine saboteur 
case. Downey partici- 
pated in the surveil- 
lances and arrests of 
t) ti b J e (i t s Burger, 
thieve' and KeYiirig itl 
New Ydrk add then 
ile'w to" Chicago td as- 
sist iir ttte apprehen- 
sions df rtaubt arid 
Ne^wbauer. It so' hap- 
pened that Dowiiey 
and his inseparable 
companion and tail 

partner Willis Fisher knew subject Newbauer having seen 
him on several occasions while following one of the 
Ducase subjects several years before. Neubauer had re- 
turned to Germany only to be sent back on the submarine. 
In Downey's interrogations of. Haupt sufficient informa- 
tion was extracted to involve six other Chicago subjects 
on treason charges. 

When Gimpel and Colepaugh the last two submarine 
borne saboteurs landed in this country late in 1044, 
Downey, like an old lire horse, jumped into the case fig- 
uring to make a speedy arrest. AH that he could find out 
was where Gimpei had bought an overcoat. Realizing that 
he Was losing his grip, he asked for a transfer to Miami 
and got Washington. Shortly thereafter he resigned to 
practice lav/„ 

Last year the United States Attorney for the District 
Of Columbia Rridured his services as a consultant to a Spe- 
cial Urattd Jury probing gambling activities in the metro- 
politan area of Washington. Downey's expert assistance 
and keen knowledge of investigative techniques led to the 
apprehension of 32 major subjects and their subsequent 
indictment for violation of the gambling statutes. Despite 
the added work of the Grand Jury investigation, Downey 
maintained his law office and found time to cooperate with 
many other former Agents who are now practicing law 
throughout the country helping to solve their legal prob- 
lems. 

Many of the Society members will remember the 
charming Ellen Smith, one of H. II. Clegg's front office 
girls. Ellen Smith is now Mrs. Downey Rice and the 
mother of two children, a boy 11 and a girl 7. Needless 
to say, Downey has a busy home life as well as a very 
happy one. Mrs. Rice, with her Bureau background, does 
not object too strenuously when Downey announces that 
he is going to New York to attend a quarterly meeting of 
the Society. Her policy is to object mildly while polishing 
up his. ten-year key and helping pack his bag. 



FOURTH VICE PRESIDENT 
Lonnie H. Brashear 

Lonnie was born on November 19, 1912 in Henderson, 
Ky. He received his A.B.degree from Evansville College 
(Old Moors-head College), Evansville, Indiana, and his 
L.L.B. from Wayne University, Detroit, Michigan. Since 
August 30, 1945 he 
and his brother, Bill, 
have -been associated 
in the general prac- 
tice of law at 1070 
Penobscot Building, 
Detroit, Michigan, 

Lonnie was in the 
F.B.I, from early No- 
vember, 1940, to Au- 
gust 30, 1945 and dur- 
ing this period was 
assigned to Boston, 
New York City and 
the Bureau in that 
order. While at the 
Thii'eau he received 
the nickname of 
"Brittle-bones" Brash- 
ear, because of his 

propensity for breaking ankle bones in a six inch fall on 
the Volley ball court. He was a member of the original 
Japanese Alien Squad in New York City, and was active 
in the Nazi Party round-up which culminated in successful 
prosecution of the N.S.D.A.P. members in the Eastern and 
Southern Districts of New York. 

He is a charter member of the Detroit Chapter of our 
organization and with the other original signees devoted 
considerable time to getting the chapter rolling in Detroit. 

Lonnie and Rosalie, his wife, reside with their quiet, 
gentle offspring at Confusion, Inc., the name they give to 
their home (for some unknown reason) at 18260 Faust 
Road, Detroit, Michigan, 




Arthur H. Crowl 

Art was born in Texas but his early life was spent 
in Kansas City, Mo. 

He is an accountant and served in the Bureau from 
1932 until 1945. Five 
of these years were 
spent in the Chief 
Clerk's office in 
Washington. He was 
also accounting su- 
pervisor in the New 
York Office and Spe- 
cial Agent in Charge 
at Springfield, Illinois 
and Albany, N. Y. 

In 1945 Art became 
a Staff Officer with 
Merrill Lynch, Pierce, 
Fenner & Beane, 
brokerage Arm in 
New York. He left 
this fi'rm to join Ken 
Piper in Airadio, Inc. 
On ^oyenibet' 1, 




1948 Art became associated with RCA-Vietor with offices 
in Harrison, New Jersey. 

A resident of Flushing, L. I., where he resides with 
his wife and children. 

Art served on the Membership Committee and was 
Treasurer of the Society from 1947 to 1!)48. 



Andrew J. Zimmerman 

Andrew Jackson Zimmerman (Jack) was bom in Car- 
bondale, Illinois in 1904. He received his primary and 
high school education at the local schools and later ma- 
triculated at Southern Illinois University and the Walton 
school of Commerce in Chicago. 

Jack entered the Bureau in 19-34 and while many will 
remember him as SAC at several offices ami as adminis- 
trative assistant to the director he is best known to the 
public for his work on the Grand Coulee Dam Case. He 
left the Bureau in 1945 to become Director of the Depart- 
ment of Public Utilities of the State of Washington. In 
the past four years he has gained national fame in the 
regulatory field, sitting on many important committees 
for the National Association of Railroad and Utility Com- 
mission. Trading upon that fame, he is now practicing 
as a consultant on utility rates and practices in the com- 
munications field. 

In the Zimmerman domicile in Seattle you will usually 
ftnd Mrs. Z and the two children but finding Jack involves 
broadcasting on a national hook-up. He is concurrently 
experting on jobs in Baltimore and British Columbia. That 
gang of X-FBIs on the Pacific Coast are determined that 
some day Jack is going to be governor of Washington. 



TREASURER 
Henry W. Anderson 

Henry W. Anderson, a Connecticut Yankee, was born 
in Milford, Connecticut (on Long Island Sound, midway 
between Bridgeport and New Haven) on May 2'A, 1915. 
Hank and/or Andy, he answers to both, was graduated 
from Brown Univer- 
sity, Providence, 
Rhode Island, Juno, 
1938. Shortly follow- 
ing graduation, he 
started his graduate 
studies by attending 
the summer session, 
1938, at Columbia 
University. In the 
Fall of 1938, he was 
appointed to the Staff 
of Price, Waterhouse 
& Company, Public 
Accountants, New 
York City, and he re- 
mained with this firm 
until February, 1941 
during which time he 
continued graduate 
work in the evening sessions at Columbia. 

Hank resigned from Price, Waterhouse &. Company 
to accept an appointment as a Special Agent of the fed- 
eral Bureau of Investigation and took his Oath of Office 
for that position on March 3, 1941. While in the Bureau, 
he served in the Omaha, Nebraska and Chicago, Illinois 
Field Offices and was assigned to the Seat of- Government 




as a supervisor from December, 1942 until he resigned 
from the Bureau to accept a Navy Commission in May, 

1944. 

Having been born and raised on the water, Hank al- 
ways had a yen to join the Navy and see the world and 
lie says that sitting at his desk in Washington accelerated 
his thinking in that direction in the Spring of 1944. Be- 
cause, of his accounting background, his Commission was 
iji the Supply Corps and following a course of study at 
the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration, 
he was assigned to duty as the Supply and Disbursing 
Officer of the USS Ebert DE768. We are told that he 
really did see the world in the Navy. He made five (5) 
crossings of the Atlantic going to various ports in England 
and France and was also all through the Pacific. He was 
one of the early tourists to visit Yokohoma and Tokyo, 
Japan, shortly after the Japanese surrender. 

Hank was released to inactive duty in April, 1946 and 
after an extended vacation accepted a Special Agent's 
position with the Compliance Enforcement Division, War 
Assets Administration. He remained with this Agency 
until October, 1948, at which time he transferred over to 
the Department of Commerce, where he is now employed 
as a Special Agent of the Enforcement Staff, Office of 
International Trade, 55 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

Hank is married and is the proud father of a six year 
old girl and a 4 year old boy. He still prefers the country 
life to living in the big city and commutes daily to New 
York from his native town Milford, Connecticut. Hank's 
chief hobbies are boating and fishing both of which sports 
he is able to enjoy to the fullest from his vantage point 
on Long Island Sound. 



A. Ernest Larsen 

"Buddy" Larsen is 37 years of age and a resident of 
Bronx County, New York where he presently resides with 
his wife ami two children. He is planning to move to 
Westchester and in 

all probability has al- i 

ready selected his 
home at this writing. 
Bud attended New 
York local p u b 1 i e 
schools and is a grad- 
uate of New York 
University with the 
degree of B.S. in 
Comm. He also at- 
tended Fordhiim Uni- 
versity School of Law. 
Bud received his cer- 
tificate as a Certified 
Public Accountant 
and before his en- 
trance into the FBI 
in 1937 was engaged o 
an a public account- 
ant. He served as a Special Agent in Newark, Detroit, 
and New Yoik, resigning in December 1945. Bud was 
supervisor of the Administrative section of the New York 
office and als^ was supervising agent of the Accounting 
section. Bud was one of the few agents that held a C.P.A. 
certificate upon entrance into the Bureau and he had rare 
ability and could handle well any assignment. 

Bud again engaged in Public Accounting work upon 




his resignation from the Bureau and in 1947 became As- 
sistant to the Manager of the General Claims Department 
of Railway Express Agency lue. 

Bud has been active in the Society and is well liked 
by all. A lot of fellows want to know what the "A" is at 
the start of "A. Ernest Larsen." Well we will keep you 
guessing. It is a nice name and we have always won- 
dered why lie does not use it. Perhaps he will some day. 



Thomas M. McDade 

Tom was born in Brooklyn, N. Y., and resides with 
his family in Rye, N. Y. 

He is both an accountant and an attorney and served 
in the Bureau from 1934 to 1938. Unlike the young man 
who joined the Navy 
to see the world only 
to spend three years 
in the Brooklyn Navy 
Yard, Tom took part 
in two real shooting 
affairs in his first six 
months of Bureau 
service. That the 
shooting was for 
keeps is testified by 
the fact that fiVe peo- 
ple were killed in 
these affrays. He sur- 
vived these to engage 
in the practice of law 
in New York for a 
period of four years, 
when he was commis- 
sioned in the Army 

of the U. S. His overseas assignments included service 
in Australia, New Guinea, the Philippines and Japan. The 
reorganization of the Manila Police Department, in which 
Tom is an Inspector of Police, was his most interesting 
assignment. 

Tom is presently Manager of Accounting, Budgets 
and Methods for General Foods Corporation in New York. 
An active Society member who has served on the Place- 
ment and Publications Committees during the past year, 
he now writes for a hobby, most recently appearing in 
Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine as a contest prize 
winner. 




SECRETARY 
John Lewis Ames 

Lew, as he is known to his friends, was born on July 
15, 1912, at Norfolk, Virginia. He graduated in June, 1933 
with an AB degree from Randolph-Macon College, Ash- 
land, Virginia, and in June, 1937, with an LLB degree, 
from the University of Richmond Law School. He did 
some post graduate law work at New York University 
Law School. Lew was admitted to the Virginia bar in 
1936 and to the New York bar in 1940. 

Immediately following his graduation from law school, 
Lew was employed as an attorney by the Home .Life In- 
surance Company in New York City and thereafter was 
associated with Tanner, Sillcocks, and Friends, attorneys 
at law, in New York City. In 1941 he became house coun- 
sel to Rluthrauff & Ryan, Inc., and in 1943 he obtained a 
leave of absence from this position and entered the Bu- 



reau as a Special Agent. He served in the Bureau from 
August, 1942, to November, 1945, when he resigned and 
returned as secretary and counsel to Ruthrauff & Ryan, 
Inc., which position he still holds. 

Lew's office is located in the Chrysler Building, 405 
Lexington Avenue, New York 17, N. Y. and he has re- 
cently acquired a new home at 125 Rumson Road, Harbour 
Green, Massapequa, 
Lon f Island, where he 
resides with his wife 
Margaret and his two 
children: Margaret 
Lee aged three years 
and John Lewis, Jr., 
aged one and one- 
half years. 

Unlike some of us, 
Lew did not do too 
much traveling in the 
Bureau. He served in 
the Washington Field 
Office in 1942 and 
1943 and in the New 
York Field Office 
from 1943 to Novem- 
ber, 1945 when he re- 
signed. 

Lew belongs to the following fraternities; Phi Kappa 
Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa, and Tau Kappa Alpha. His 
principal interests apart from his work and family are 
college football, baseball, and basketball. He is a mem- 
ber of the National Association of Approved Basketball 
Officials and of the Eastern Intercollegiate Basketball 
Officials Association. He is a member of the New York 
County Lawyers Association and a member or officer of 
many other associations too numerous to mention here. 

Lew served as a member of the Chapter Committee 
in 1947 and 1948 and has shown great interest in the af- 
fairs of the Society. 




William F. Giesen 

Bill Giesen is another native son of New York where 
he was bora some thirty-three years ago. He attended 
the local public schools and Fordham University where 
he received his B.S. 
and L..L.B. degrees, 
with honor. While at 
Fordham, Bill was 
Captain of the Swim- 
ming team for two 
years and he was one 
of the best swimmers 
they ever had. He 
continued his athletic 
endeavors while con- 
nected with the New 
York A.C. and inci- 
dently is a good golf- 
er. 

Bill was admitted 
to practice in 1939 
and after a short as- 
sociation with a down- 
town law firm and as 
law secretary to Federal Judge John W. Clancy, he be- 




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came aflsoclated with the Arm of McCormick and Eckel. 
in 1941 he entered the Bureau as a Special Agent, serving 
In S&n Diego, San Francisco and New York until 1946 
Ted Conroy took him with him to tile Security Bureau 
Where he w a « Counsel. Bill handled the various legal 
matters that afosfe and was very successful in hi s dealings 
With the New York State legislature, being responsible 
for certain special legislation affecting the Port of New 
York. Bill now is Gerteral Manager of the Maritime Asso- 
ciation of the Port of New York* 

Bill was married in 1041 to a lovely Miss Maiy Gilfi- 
gaa and has three charming children. He is active in a 
humber of clufcs and associations including the Bronx 
County B^r Association, The Guild of Catholic lawyers 
tilid th<J Knollwood Golf Club. 

&iU has been active in the Society since 1946 and has 
been ever willing to do all in fan, power to make it more 
successful even going^so far M personally furnishing en- 
tertamment. A good student, a good lawyer and business 
man, a good athlete a nd of all things a good guitar pi lim 



Loeser & Co. as Protection Manager. 

Presently living with wife En and daughter Barbara 
in North Arling, N. J. 



[*■ James Romano 

"Delivered by Sir Stork Christmas eve 1902 in a little 
town outside 6* Naples, Italy. Arrived U. S. March 1909 
and settle* with family in Pelham, N. Y.. where attended 
public Schools. 

After several unsuccessful tries during World War I 
to get in Uncle Sam's 
Navy, finally man- 
aged to convince 
them he was old 
enough and in Febru- ■■■ 
ary 1913 at 16 started , 

a four year hitch in 

the Navy. Saw a bit 

of the world and a 

lot of China's Interior 

for $% years on the '■ 

Vangtse River Patrol. 
Discharged in 1323, 

tried a hitch ashore 

and lasted eight 

months. Then a cou- 

pie of more years 

with the merchant 

marine and a three 

year hitch with the 

"Fighting 694h." 

In Jan. 1927 accepted a temporary appointment with 

the Police Department, North Pelham, N. Y„ which lasted 

all together 21 years. Attended 12th Session National 
Academy in 1939. 

Entered Bureau Jan. 5, 1942 Newark, Philadelphia 
Under Bureau auspices had chance to visit Italy (SIS) 
and the good fortune to visit with relatives hadn't seen 
m 35 years. V-J Day found him in Appenines Mountains 
and didn't know about it till returned to Milan a couple 
ot days later. Interesting case assignments gave him 
chance to see most of Northern Italy and biggest thrill 
was audience with His Holiness the Pope. 

Back in States in time for Christmas 1945 and re- 
signed from Bureau March 1, 1946. Returned to N Pel- 
ham Police Dept. as Acting Chief and retired with 21 
years service. < 

After retirement accepted position with Frederick 




EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
Alfred B. Berry 

. Alfred B. Berry, a native New Yorker, born April 33, 
19U received the degree of Bachelor of Science in elec- 
trical engineering from Purdue University in 1935 and 
thereafter, while employed with the Consolidated Edison 
C o m p a n y of New 
York, attended Ford- 
ham Law School and 
in 1940 received his 
degree. 

Al's service iu the 
F.B.I, covered the 
period January 1941 
to April 1946 and in- 
cluded assignments at 
San Francisco, Wash- 
ington and New York. 
At Washington, for a 
period of time, he was : 
an Instructor in the 
Training Division and 
while assigned to the : 
New York office, was i 
Supervisor in charge I 
of the Criminal Sec- 
tion, the position he held at the time of his resignation in 
1946. He was a qualified firearms man aiid iectured con- 
siderably before police schools and public groups*, 

He was admitted to the New York State Bar while 
still in the F.B.I., and after his resignation, became asso- 
ciated with a firm of patent attorneys iri New fork, in 
1948, he himself becalne a registered patent attorney. In 
May, 1948, he resigned to accept an appointment as Super- 
intendent Of the Security Division of the General Claim 
Department, Railway Express Agency, Inc. 

AI, and his charming wife have two boys and live ott 
suburban Long Island. He was formerly an native day- 
man, but today his weekends are spent improving his 
house, mowing his lawn and occasionally, hacking his way 
out of the woods of one of the local golf courses. 




Morse J. Conroy 

A native of Ohio, 
age 40, married and 
father of two children 
residing in New Ro- 
chelle, N. Y. 

After graduation 
from law school was 
admitted to the Ohio 
State Bar in 1932. 
Three years later in 
1935 entered the Bu- 
reau to serve three 
years. 

In 193S accepted 
position as Home Of- 
fice Inspector with 
Metropolitan Life In- 
surance Company, 




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which position he presently holds. 

Morse was a Captain with the Army Air Forces dur- 
ing the recent war serving as an intelligence officer. 

During 1947 he served as Secretary of the Society 
and in 1948 was Society President. 



John F. Elich 

Jack was born the oldest of 11 children on September 
27, 1304 in Pueblo, Colorado. He finished high school in 
Roundup, Montana, where the family had moved. 

After completing high school, he bounced around the 
country, seeking his 
fortune. He spent a 
couple of years in the 
copper mines of Ari- 
zona and the coal 
mines of Wyoming. 
In 1924 he joined the 
United States Marine 
Corps. He really saw 
the world, South 
America, Honolulu, 
Guam, Australia, the 
Philippines ami China. 
When mustered out 
of the Marines as a 
Sergeant he went to 
Tacoma, Washington, 
where he married 
Frances Hugg. In 
1930 he joined the 

Tacoma Police Force and served with this organization for 
8 years. In 1933 he started to study law at night and in 
October, 1937 was made a Special Agent of the F.B.I. 

Jack served in the Newark, Detroit, Milwaukee, Wash- 
ington, San Antonio and Pittsburgh offices of the Bureau. 
While in Wisconsin he was Resident Agent in Kau Claire 
and in Texas he was Assistant Agent in Charge of the 
San Antonio Office. 

Jack resigned from the Bureau in 1944 and became 
Security Director for all plants of the Sperny Gyroscope 
Company, Inc. 

He is a member of the Masons, Elks, and Veterans 
of Foreign Wars. His bobbies are golf, photography and 
bowling. 

Although one of the newer members of the Society 
he has displayed a keen interest in its affairs and has 
been a regular attendant at all the New York meetings. 

He is the present Chairman of the Placement Com- 
mittee. 




Gilbert H. Meyer 

Gil was born in Brooklyn, N. Y., and attended Brook- 
lyn Public Schools and Boys High School. Entered Col- 
umbia College and received AB degree and continued at 
Columbia Law School and St. John's Brooklyn receiving 
his L.L.R. During these school years he did some news- 
paper work. 

Subsequently admitted to New York State Bar and 
entered a New York law Arm where he remained about 
three years. 

In 1935 Gil was appointed Special Agent in the, Bu- 
reau. His first office was Chicago which was a pretty 
lively spot at the time and remained about one year. 




Transferred to New York City, Gil worked on many 
"specials" and in particular bank robbery cases. Three 
very interesting years were then spent in Miami. Prior 
to the establishment 
of resident agents in 
outlying areas Gil 
covered Cuba, Canal 
Zone and all points 
"s o u t h." Returned 
again to New York 
City for' about one 
year to work on "spe- 
cials" in espionage. 
Resigned from the 
Bureau in November 
1941 to accept posi- 
tion as protection 
manager of one of 
New York's larger 
department stores. 

Gil is with the Na- 
tional Board of Fire 
Underwriters han- 

dling "inland marine investigations." 

Hi s family consists of Mrs. Meyer, Gilbert, Jr. age 11, 
and Jane age 9. Presently residing at 351 B. Shore Road! 
Kings Point, L. I., N. Y. 

His hobbies are hunting, fishing and photography. 

Gil is presently Chairman of the Membership Com- 
mittee of the Society and has served on the Committee 
for the past six years. 



William James Rooney 

Bill Rooney was born in New York City and has been 
a resident of "The Bronx" for all of his thirty eight years 
Bill attended Fordham University where he received his 
A.B. and UL.B. degrees in 1934 and 1926. He has also 
done graduate work 
in Federal Taxation 
at New York Univer- 
sity. 

Upon Bill's admis- 
sion to the New York 
Bar in 1936, he was 
engaged in the gen- 
eral practice of law 
and entered the Bu- 
reau one year later 
as a Special Agent. 

While in the Bu- 
reau, Bill served in 
Chicago (1937), Salt 
Lake (1937), Los An- 
geles (1937-8), Hunt- 
ington (1938-9), and 
while assigned to 
Pittsburgh (1939-41). 
was resident agent at Erie, Pennsylvania. 

From 19,42 to 1945, Bill was connected with the Army 
Air Forces Intelligence where he supervised investigative 
activities security matters, etc. As an Associate with the 
prominent law firm of Simpson Thacher and Bartlett 
from 1945 to 1948, Bill was engaged in general practice 
and in June 1948 he opened his own office at 217 Broad- 
way, New York City. He is very active In professional, 




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fraternal, social and Church organizations including the 
Bar Association of the City of New York, New York 
County Lawyers Association, Bronx County Bar Associ- 
ation, 4th Degree, Knights of Columbus. He is supervis- 
ing a number of youth projects in hia local community 
and has always been active in the Society. Bill was Sec- 
retary, is a member of the Publications Committee and is 
presently First Vice President of the Society and is al- 
ways ready to contribute his time and talent toward its 
success. 

Some may wonder why Bill always uses his full name. 
It appears that a classmate of his at Fordham, William 
John Rooney is also a lawyer and our Bill had been get- 
ting his mail and calls and of all things clients mixed up. 
He wants to stand on his own. 



John W. Vincent 

John Vincent is another of those unreconstructed 
Southerners who do so well in business in New York. 
Born and raised in Hampton, South Carolina, John is a 
true soft-spoken gentleman of the old school. And New 
York, which loves to 

raise its own voire, : ■- 

listens when he 
speaks. 

John was educated 
near home in Furnam 
University in Green- 
ville, taking AB and 

LLB degrees in 1029 .... : .^_. ~*^ f - 
and 1931. After a : ^i^^K.M. 
spell of local law 
practice he joined the 
Bureau and did a long 
tour of duty in the 
eventful years from 
1933 to 1945. At At- 
lanta John was one 
of the most popular 
and understanding of _ 
SAC'S in the Bureau. "" 

He was especially helpful to new agents who had yet to 
learn how to avoid writing memoranda explaining then- 
actions. 

Since 1945 he has been the New York representative 
of Southern Comfort Corp. which seems to be a beverage 
slightly stronger than Coca Cola and more sought after. 
As chairman of the Public Relations Committee of the 
Society, John has had articles about the Society appear 
in national magazines and newspapers and has even spok- 
en over the radio about its activities. 

John is presently the President of the Society. 




TWO YEAR UNEXPIRED TERM OF EX- 
ECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEMBER 
WM. C. DICKSON 

Edward E. Conroy, alias Ted Conroy, 
alias "The Utah Blimp" 

"Ted" Conroy was born in Ogden, Utah, on October 
3 1895. He received his elementary and high school ed- 
ucation in the public schools there. We have no record 
of his scholastic attainments, so assume that they were 
not much. His father, Edward M. Conroy, was an eminent 
physician, served as Mayor of Ogden and was well-known 




throughout the West. Ted graduated from Cornell in id 20. 
In 1919 he won the Intercollegiate lightweight wrestling 
championship of the United States, showing more energy 

and activity at that 
time than he later ev- 
idenced at various 
periods during his Bu- 
reau career. 

Ted was a real 
hero of World War 1. 
He > was attached to 
the Fifth Marine Reg- 
iment, and was 
wounded in Belleau 
Woods in June, 1918. 
He was awaided the 
French Croix de 
Guerre and he is en- 
titled to wear the 
Fouragere since his 
regiment was twice 
cited in French Army 
Orders. He also re- 
ceived the American Silver Star Cross with Oak Leaf 
Cluster and the Order of the Purple Heart. 

Ted came into the Federal Bureau of Investigation as 
a Special Agent on December 28, 1922. During his Bureau 
career, he demonstrated the luck of the Irish, the charm 
of the Irish and their lovability, with exceptions. It is a 
rather hackneyed trite cliche to say that he has a "host 
of friends." He has several "hosts of friends" inside and 
outside of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the 
Society of Former Special Agents. While in the Bureau, 
he displayed a marked investigative flair and outstanding 
success as an agent and administrative ability of a high 
order as an Agent in Charge. He had charge of many 
offices during his career. One of his first offices as a 
Special Agent was in Baltimore, where he associated with 
that other outstanding member of the Society, one Bill 
Seery. Upon leaving Baltimore and separating from Bill, 
Ted showed marked improvement. So did Bill. Time 
and space do not permit a full explanation. Ted was 
Agent in Charge of the New York Field Division during 
the latter part of World War 11 and supervised the inves- 
tigation of many of the Bureau's most important cases 
while there. 

He is a member of many law enforcement organiza- 
tions, including the International Association of Chiefs of 
Police. He was awarded an honorary degree of Doctor of 
Laws by Seton Hall College in 1943. 

Probably the outstanding success of his career was 
his marriage. His wife, who was a stenographer in the 
St. Louis office while Ted was Agent in Charge, was con- 
ceded to be the prettiest girl in the State of Missouri. 
Certain individuals have intimated that her "eyesight" 
was obviously poor, but they are probably prejudiced. 

Ted was appointed the Executive Vice President of 
the Security Bureau, Inc. on February 10, 1947, after re- 
signing from the Federal Bureau of Investigation. 

He is a splendid investigator, an excellent adminis- 
trator, and, best of all, a wonderful friend. 



Vincent W. Gillen 

Vince Gillen has never forgotten the Bureau bulletin 
issued about 1937 which started: "Due to the peripatetic 
activities of bank robbers . . ." He was so impressed by 




the word peripatetic that he soon left the Bureau After 
live years as Inspect- 
or with the Metropol- : 
Han Life Insurance 
Company, followed by 
service in the Army 
Air Forces Intelli- 
gence, he turned to 
Personnel and Labor 
Relations as Assist- 
ant Personnel Mana- 
ger of the Otis Ele- 
vator Company, New 
York. After three 
years there, he as- 
sumed his present po- 
sition of Director of 
Personnel of Liggett 
Drug Company, New 
York, which operates 
over; 170 retail drug 

Co m e pany 0m Mai " 6 ^ 01 "°' aS Part of the ReM » »"* 
Vince wa s in the Bureau in 1935-36-and 37 but is not 

j°oL7wf t0 T^T t0 them aS the " S ° 0d 0ld **y*,» having 
joined when a little below the minimum age. He worked 
in Chicago, Kansas City and Philadelphia. 

He joined the Society in early 1938 and has attended 
almost every New York meeting since. He has served on 
the Membership Committee. 

A graduate of Brooklyn Law School and a member of 
the New York Bar, he lives in the Ray Ridge section of 
Brooklyn with hl s wife and four children. 

Howard V. Ross 

Howard Boss is one of those fellows that when you 
meet him you like him immediately. He seems to be an 
easy going chap, full of life and full of fun. Life is really 
wonderful and it should be when you consider that he has 
a most charming wife and a beautiful little girl. Howard 
baa a nice home in Bronxville Manor in Westchester in- 
cidentally he had just moved in when the snow really 
fell and he was stranded for a number of days. But he 
will tell you now that there is nothing ] ike the country air 

Howard is just one of thousands who live and work 
IB New York but are not native sons. He hails from St 







Joseph, Missouri, where he was born in 1914 and where 
he received his pre- 
liminary and higher 
education. He is a 
graduate of the Uni- 
versity of Missouri, 
having received his 
L.L.B. in 1937. 

Upon his admission 
to the Bar, Howard 
engaged in the prac- 
tice of law at St. "Joe 
until 1941 and entered 
the Bureau as a Spe- 
cial Agent in Decem- 
ber, 1941, and served 
until September, 1344. 
While in the Bureau 
he was assigned to 
Birmingham and after 
a time was resident 
agent at Greenwood, Mississippi. In 1943 he was on Spe- 
cial to New York and later was assigned to that office. 

Howard could not stay away from the practice of law 
for long and in 1944 became associated with the prominent 
law firm of Simpson, Thatcher & Bartlett where he is 
now a senior associate specializing in labor law. His 
legal ability has been definitely established and we are 
sure that it will not be long when he becomes a member 
of that excellent firm. 

The State of New York had insisted upon Howard 
showing his knowledge of law. They refused to admit 
him to practice upon motion despite the fact that he had 
been admitted in Missouri for a number of years. He 
showed them by passing their bar examination on the 
first try. 

Howard is very active in the Society and has never 
been known to miss a meeting or turn down an assign- 
ment. He is always willing to do more than his share 
He is at present on the membership committee 

The practice of law leaves little time for extra cur- 
ncular activities. On week-ends he had played lots of 
soft ball and once in a while sits in at a game of poker 
It you have not played poker with Howard you a re really 
in for something. He is quick, lucky and always wins 
And elections??? 




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PERSONAL 



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Hon. J. Edgar Hoover, Director / 
Federal Bureau of Investigation 4^-&<j*J-\ 
U. S. Department of Justice 
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Dear Mr. Hoover: 



For a very considerable period of time consideration 
has been given by the Bureau and by many of those now out of the Bureau 
to the possibility of creating an organization of former agents that will 
warrant some degree of official FBI recognition. While it is believed 
fair to say that just about everyone appreciates the mutual advantages of 
such an organization, the mechanics of setting up the organization in 
order to obviate certain self-evident pitfalls has been a stumbling block. 



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Bearing the foregoing in mind, the 
observations are being set forth with the thoughtjflHp 
provide a starting point for further discussions **^ 



following 
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1 . The organization must have the approval and sanction' 
of the Bureau and should be called the FBI Reserve. Former agents of TOe 
Bureau, however loyal and devoted they may be, would like to have the "* ^ 
feeling of a closer, official tie to the FBI. 



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2. The Reserve should have positive reasons for being, 
above and beyond fraternal and social considerations. These reasons, in 
my opinion, include, among others: 




(A) Constituting a qualified reserve of manpower for 

the Bureau to call upon as an emergency or 
other exigencies may require. 




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(B) Constituting an effective projection of the 
Bureau into spheres where, by reason of 
peculiar circumstances, the Bureau, as such 
may find it impolitic or unwise to function at 
any given time. 

(C) Constituting a body of former law enforcement 
officers, now employed in all walks of life, 
who are genuinely interested in improving the 
standing of law enforcement everywhere. 

(D) A mobilization for service. 

3. Admission to membership in the Reserve must be by 
invitation rather than by application. Pride, I believe, is less offended by 
failure to receive an invitation than by rejection following application. 

4. The Reserve must do the "policing" of its own member- 
ship. 

5. An oath of allegiance to the ideals of the Bureau and 
the principles of high moral and professional conduct should be a prerequisite 
to membership. 



Mechanics of establishing the organization 

Some ten or twelve former agents regarded as qualified to 
launch such an organization should meet to do some preliminary thinking. 
This group should then address a letter to you outlining its proposal for an 
FBI Reserve. Assuming approval by the Bureau, a letter could then be sent 
by you to the formative committee indicating the Bureau's generally favorable 
disposition toward the proposal. 

Copies of the letter to and from the Bureau could then be 
sent picked former agents throughout the country asking their reaction toward 
the formation and their joining such a Reserve. Assuming a favorable 
response, as I know will be the case, invitations to membership would then be 
sent by the formative or founding committee. Membership would be perfected 
upon acceptance of the invitation and execution of the required oath, together 
with payment of the prescribed dues. 



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After perfecting the organization through select members, 
subsequent invitations to membership could be sent out over a period of time. 

Manifestly, the Bureau's principal concern will lie in 
the possible resentment that may be created among those former agents who 
do not receive invitations to join the FBI Reserve. Of course, where any 
degree of selectivity is exercised there will inevitably be some resentment. 
I believe, however, that the following factors minimize and virtually 
eliminate the possibility of actual resentment, save in the case of capricious 
individuals whose sensibilities suffer without real provocation: 

(1) The invitation to membership is extended by a 
group of men who sought the Bureau approval 
of a Reserve, obtained it, and are zealous 

to preserve its official recognition. 

(2) The Reserve has a positive purpose, contemplating 
actual, arduous duty if called upon. This considera- 
tion alone provides innumerable genuine bases 

for not extending an invitation; e.g. , age, 
health, availability for extended tour of duty, 
financial capacity to perform a Reserve function 
without remuneration, etc. (The age limitation 
alone would eliminate a great many of the 
"vinegar vintage"). 

I believe that the "gamble" taken by the Bureau in founding 
and following through with the FBI Academy is far greater than would be 
true of the FBI Reserve. In the case of the Academy, any resentment 
created through expulsion or disapproval of an application following an investi- 
gation is experienced at the grass roots of law enforcement itself where Bureau 
men daily work. And, yet, I believe everyone agrees that the Academy is 
worth the gamble and has been an unqualified success. 

While the advantages of a Reserve are legion, one 
sentiment I do feel should be mentioned. To those men who were in the Bureau 
before the war and who courageously stood by their guns in the Bureau's 
service all during the war, the FBI is their Army--their Navy— their Marine 
Corps. They feel and want to feel themselves veterans of the FBI. More than 
anything else, they want to preserve the comradeship of their Bureau 
associations. In my opinion, recalling the emotional considerations in the late 



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years of the war, it required far more guts to stick with the Bureau than to 
take the easy way out, as some did, and join one of the uniformed services. 
Of course, it is easy for me to say this since I "stuck", but I believe I would 
feel this way in any event. ' f 

I don't mention this with the idea of suggesting that the 
Bureau owes such men recognition of a Reserve; for we all received far 
more from the Bureau in fundamental values than any of us ever gave. But 
I do feel that in sanctioning a Reserve the Bureau will be taking cognizance of 
a very fine and genuine loyalty. 

Furthermore, today we have Reserve Officers organizations 
in the various services. Just the other day, it was suggested that I apply 
for a reserve commission. My answer to the suggestion was simply that, 
in the event of war, I wanted back in the FBI — if the FBI would have me. 
Many of us feel the same way. Indeed, most of us in our conversations still 
refer to you as "The Boss." 

An FBI Reserve would do much to strengthen and render 
more meaningful the devotion of every loyal ex-agent. If we try it, and it 
proves a dud, I've yet to see any organization that cannot be permitted to 
pass into innocuous desuetude. 

With highest esteem and warm personal regards, 



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ma* recently in to eee me' ne aiscussxa generally the desirability 
of the formation of a group of ex-Agent* who could be close 
to the Bureau and with ushdm the Bureau would have cordial 
and friendly relatione* He stated that there were quite a 
number of ex-Agent* mho shared this view and that the preeent 
association of ex-Agent* doe* not meet the situatio n ae many 
of the ex-Agent* mould like to have it do, I asked ] 1 

to submit this matter in writing to me *t> that we might have 
the benefit of his idea* and auaaestiona+f Along th* earn 
line I have aleo asteed former Special Agen tl \ to likewise 

furnteh hi* view* as he had previously inadtnthe sane suggestion* 



1 would like to have this matter studied by the 
Executive* Conference . I realise it has been previously 
considered and J have not acted fauvrahly upon it* X think 
there i* son& nerit $ a* well as soke disadvantage*, and 1 theref* 
-jould like to have it again reconsidttredubQA * A<£i&~- fA$k 

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Mr. J. Edgar Hoover, Director 
Federal Bureau of Investigation 
Washington, D. C. s 

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g l Qffinp .a memorandum for your consideration which [_] 

v^L l and I have prepared in regard to the proposed FBI 

Reserve. In the event this general plan meets with your 
approval, we are confident that it will work out to the 
best interests of the FBI. We will be glad to be of any 
assistance possible. 

With best wishes and kindest personal regards, 



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MEMORANDUM t 

It is suggested that the organization of former FBI 
agents be known as the "FBI Reserve". If the organization 
is to have the backing of the Bureau, it might just as well be 
known as the "FBI Reserve" and, as such, would command more 
respect and attract the more desirable type of member. Since 
an "FBI Reserve" organization should have a closer connection 
with the Bureau than an ordinary association of former agents, 
it is recommended that the element of contact with the Bureau j^ 

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be through a "Board of Planning". This "Board of Planning" l \i 

would preferably be made up of Bureau executive personnel, and V, 

it is suggested that it consists of three (3) or more Assistant 
Directors of the FBI. 

This "Board of Planning" would act in an advisory- 
capacity to a "Board of Governors" of the "FBI Reserve" . The 
"Board of Governors" should consist of approximately live (5) 
members of the "FBI Reserve". 

It is suggested that the "Board of Governors" and the 
"Board of Planning" meet at frequent intervals in 7/ashington 
for the purpose of conferring on the operations of the 
organization. 

It will be the responsibility of the "Board of Governors" 
to consider all applications for the "FBI Reserve", to evaluate 
their eligibility and to reach a decision as to whether the 



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the best interests of the FBI and the "FBI Reserve" would be 
served by admitting them to membership,, It should be noted 
that the "FBI Reserve" must, by its nature, be more selective 
in admitting members than an association of former FBI agents. 
The "Board of Governors" will confer with the "Board of Planning" 
concerning available information on the eligibility of applicants 
for membership in the "FBI Reserve". After all information is 
available, it is the responsibility of the "Board of Governors" 
to accept or reject the applicant. 

The "FBI Reserve's" relationship to the FBI would be 
somewhat of the same nature as the relationship of the FBI 
National Police Academy Associates. 

Members of the "Board of Governors" could be appointed 
by the "Planning Board" . 

The "Board of Governors" will choose a nominating 
committee to nominate candidates for the offices of President, 
Vice-President, Treasurer, and Secretary. The membership of the 
"FBI Reserve" will select these officers by popular vote. 

The President could be allowed to attend meetings of 
the "Board of Governors" in an ex officio capacity. However, 
the "Board of Governors" will be the policy-making and executive 
body of the "FBI Reserve" under the guidance of the "Planning 
Board". The functions of the President and other officers will 
be to carry out the plans, policies and decisions of the "Board 
of Governors". 



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An Executive Secretary vdth necessary clerical 
personnel would be employed by the organization in order that 
an active and progressive organizational program could be 
pursued. An annual meeting could be held in Washington, D. C* 
This meeting could be attended by officials of the FBI and 
members of the "FBI Reserve" could attend special lectures 
and spend a short time at Quantico. 

The local chapters throughout the country could be set 
up according to field office districts. They could have monthly 
meetings to be attended by the local Special Agent in Charge of 
the FBI, and, in addition, there could be suitable social events 
throughout the year. 

Frequent joint meetings, at least quarterly, could be 
held in Washington between the "Board of Planning" and the 
"Board of Governors". 

The "Board of Governors" should be an active, aggressive, 
and energetic group so that the national organization -will be 
effective • 

Monthly publications, newsletters and miscellaneous 
literature could be sent out by the organization through the 
Executive Secretary. The information contained in this literature 
would be to a great degree obtained from the FBI, 

The Rules, Regulations, By-Laws and other organizational 
details should be worked out by the "Board of Governors" and the 
"Board of Planning". At first, these two Boards could be 



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represented by two small committees in order to set up the 
initial organization. For this reason no detailed organiza- 
tional plan is being set forth at this time. 

An active, aggressive organization would be always 
ready to call to the attention of the membership the various 
problems confronting the FBI in order that the membership could 
be of assistance. 

In organizing and in administering an organization such 
as this, a number of problems will arise. With effective 
guidance by the "Planning Board", the advantages and benefits 
to the FBI -will more than justify any temporary problems* 



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MEMORANDUM FOR MR. TOLSOK 
MR. NICHOLS 

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wxork and stated 
Collier* s Magazine had been in touch 
-with him and was desirous of having a l ucheon -with! 
and myself when lam next in New 1fork as l I c ollier's" 

had in m ind to do apersonal story on me. I inquired 6f | 
| | as to the purport of the story in view of my rather 
unpleasant e xperience with Collier's in years past. He stated 
that this was | H and that he had a high regard for 
the Bu reau and ther efore the story would tee fair amd objective. 



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that I did not expect to be in New Yorfc 

t,qt tne iirst of the year and I would keep this in mind 
and try to arrange such a meeting* 



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at some length the possibility of i firming Some 



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an organization to which ex-Agents might belong and be at 
least informally associated and in contact with the. Bureau 
I told him that this matter had received considerable thought 
in the Bureau and basically I was in favor of the idea but there 
were a number of obstacles that I could not see how we could 
get around without doing more harm than good to the Burea u in 
develpping such a program. He stated he and | [ would 
talk the matter over further and arrange to see me alter the 
first of the year # 

Very truly yours, 



John Edgar Hoover 
Director 



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THE EXECUTIVES CONFERENCE 

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The Executives Conference consisting ofU& 
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QttfiidflEad ^ ft qw fs-k ion of the Bur e*fl |g, » ftUAflB te*axds ^ 

QJXaaajsafclBa ftf Cftcmw^Hfcl tesaU. The Conl^renc 

Bjureaw^who are definitely interested in this organization and who -want 
everything they reasonably can in behalf of the FBI. Three views were 
by the Conference. 

1. The majority of the Confer ence, cons isting of M essrs. Tol son. 
Glavin, Mohr, Mease, Ladd, I l MoCabe, andl I 

recommended that those former Agents who have recently contacted 
the Director concerning the formation of an organisation in the 
nature of an FBI Reserve be advised that they should meet as a 
group and consider in more detail the methods to accomplish a 
formation of a new organization and administratioi*tof such an 
organization when formed. This initial group ftflSmg in the 
nature o f a committee would consist of UesME 
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approved by the Bureau* When as a 
definite plans the Bureau would*, 
extent it could render its coope" 1 
proposals need be changed. 

It was felt by some that although this new prj^ajaizaMon, r\&v 

if approved, would not be set up necessariljr in competition Jfitn 
the former Agents society that within a relhtivSIy^sn'ort per^Bd /^ 
of time the former Agents of the Bureau whojwoul^ join a new 3 V 
organization would consist of practically a).l of thcuso/Qtafy whq 
were acceptable as well as many other Agent fe who have r'efraiMen '9Si'* 
from joining the society because they recognized* ifctwfc W&** Bfut|tftt1i*fi|| 
4id not sanction that organization and t her e*"«Btlld"' J Be* moTe 6* "r~TOT8"~*"— ' 
an autom^JB^ and possibly formal, dissolution of most of the 
chapters or J the former Agents society. 



2. Messrs. Harbo and[ 



I recommended that we^ snggest to some of 
the former Agents of the FBI, injefcu'Jgng^^rateal^ers and non- 
members of the society, that forlner Agents of the. Bureau should 
enter into and participate in th©' iuxsejfcions of th§ former Agents 
society. In this manner they wauld do ; their own "house cleaning 11 
and that eventually the society of former Agents siapuld consist of 
former *igents and be headed by former Agents who were acceptable to 
the Bureau. They were of the opinion well over ninetyfive percent 



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of the members of the former Agents society are basically loyal to 
the Bureau and that if the society felt that the Bureau was 
recognizing the organization they would do everything to make the 
organization acceptable to the Bureau. 

3. Mr. Rosen was of the opinion that if the Bureau would 

communicate directly, maybe on a monthly basis, with former 
Agents who are acceptable to the Bureau, that a great deal of 
good could be accomplished in this manner. The information to 
be sent to them would explain, for example, the Bureau 1 s 
responsibilities in the loyalty program, the Atomic Energy 
program, and current unwarranted attacks against the 3ureau 
such as that of the National Lawyers Guild. These former Agents 
with the knowledge of the true facts would be in a position to 
correct many erroneous repressions existing in the minds of 
some people concerning the FBI* 

It was reoogaised that there may be some objections to most any plan 
that can be formulated. It was felt, however, that basically the advantages out- 
weigh the disadvantages. 

RECAPITULATION 

1. Formation of a new organization - majority view 

2. Indirect collaboration and recogn ition of pr esant sooiety of 
former Agents - Messrs. Harbo and 



Direct communication with former FBI Agents - fir. Rosen. 




Respectfully, 

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date: February 1 >J&^> 




TO : THE EIRECTOR 

FROM : the EXECUTIVES CONFERENCE 



SUBJECT: FBI RESERVE 



The Executives Conferee had previously consider eel the question 
of the organization of an FBI Reserve on J anuary' 30. 19fiQ, Th« ma^nfar 
o£Jthe Conference recommended that Messrs. | 

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c .°^ i ^ er in ^mor o_ j^Mail .the methods . to^acc^^j.^ 

organization* Subs equent to the conside ration on January SO, by*the"*" 
Conference, Messrs. | | .aaladfcfcfld_a,nejflO , randua in regard to 

the proposed FBI Reserve, xne TTrecTor felt .that this should. he studied in 
Tri©w^of_the ^reoonuaendation made by the majority of the Executives Conference. 

The Executives Conference, consisting of Messrs. Tolson. r,1a.TriTi. 



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reviewed the suggestions in the memo ran dum~o7" 



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unanimously recommended that Uessrs.l Ibe advised 

that they should meet with a committee Representing the Bureau "bo consider in 
more detail the possibilities of the formation o f such &n organization. It 
was recommended that Messrs. Traoy, Nichols, and 
in discussing this matter with the former Agents] 



represent the Bureau 



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On January 30, 1950, at the Executives Conference, Ifr. Rosen was of 
the opinion that the Bureau should conmlhioate direotly, maybe on a monthly 
basis, with former Agents who are acceptable to the Bureau. The information to 
be sent to them would explain to them, for example, the Bureau's various 
responsibilities and current unwarranted attacks against the Bureau. The 
Director noted that Mr. Rosen's idea might be implemented by adding such names 
■v^ to our mailing list. He also suggested that maybe a specijjKList might be 
•< prepared to send material that we do not send to those oiWte regular mailing 
^ : ^ list. At the present time all Agents whose resignatipjfliwere accepted under 
^0, favorable conditions and who are in good standing w^jtfilthe Bureau are placed 
on the mailing list. This procedure was inatituttjjgipproximately three years 
ago * jBfc^y r ■ ■' ' '■'" * ■" ** 

It was the unanimous recommendation of the SSfecufedTe's Conference that . . 
this particular suggestion be held in abeyance until a ifinal determination^Sfc 
been made concerning the forp&tipn of ^wr organization it it is finally \$ 
determined that a new organization Snould'b^isstablishea. The Bureau might then 
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broug ht up his association with the Former Agents Society, of which organi- 
zation | | Generally, he stated that the organization is now 

in the hands of an aggressive bunch of young men, most of whom had com- 
paratively recently resigned from the Bureau; that they were honestly 
endeavoring to do a good job and are hopeful of assisting the Bureau in 
every way possible. He pretty definitely indicated that they are hopeful 
of eventually working more closely with the Bureau and receiving the Bureau's 
approval of their activities. He stated that he realized there had been at one 
time a great number of this Society belonging to the "I hate the Bureau" 
group but that they were endeavoring to get rid of these individuals and 
he stated that he also realized that there would probably always be some few 
in the organization which the Bureau would not approve of. He emphasized 
that they are certainly in the minority and not a controlling factor. 

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IEEERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, INC. 

Room 1025 1 70 Pine Street 

New York 5, N. Y. 



February 1, 1950 



Dear Member i 



The first quarterly meeting of the Society for the year 1950 will be held on 
lhursday, February 16th, 1950 at 7 P.M. in the Georgian Room, Lobby Floor of the 
Hotel Martinique, 32nd Street 6 Broadway, New York City* The convivial cocktail 
hour will begin at 6t00 P.M. Everyone should arrange to arrive early for this op- 
portunity to renew old friendships. The dinner will be served promptly at 7 P.M. 
The charge for the dinner, including gratuities will be $5*00. 

The menu for the dinner will be as follows t 

Hearts of Celery & Queen Olives 
Bavarian Lentil Soup 
Roast Prime Ribs of Beef au Jus 
Broccoli Polanaise Baked Idaho Potato 
Parfait TrI-Color Petit fore 
Coffee 

Arrangements have been made by Bill Dunne, Chairman of the Program Coondttet 
to have as one of our guest speakers Frank Mitchell, Director, U. S. Office of Pay* 
roll Savings, State of New York* 

The Hotel requires a guarantee as to the number of persons to be served, 5 days 
in advance of the date of the dinner; explaining that they must have this time to 
enable them, to purchase food and hire waiters* It is therefore requested that mem- 
bers planning to attend the dinner so indicate in the space provided below and re- 
turn the fos?m as soon as possible to the Secretary with oheck for $5*00 payable to 
the Society, any member who, after forwarding his cheek finds he is unable to at* 
tend and notifies the Secretary prior to February 13th will have his check returned 
to him* 

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programs for the second and third quarterly meetings and the annual sleeting. Be < 
present on February 16th and let us have your opinion as to what we have in mind. 



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ship in this Society. ., is requested that you careful^ itudy this list and in the 
event you possess any information bearing adversely upon the character Or reputation 
of any of the applicants which you believe would render them unfit for membership ii 
this Society f please communicate with the undersigned NOT LATER THAN 10 DAIS after 
the receipt of this letter, 



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will be treated strictly confidential. Utters bearing adversely upon the character 
or reputation of any applicant will be immediately destroyed or returned to the 
authors upon their request* 

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MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION 



SOCIETY OF FOIttER SPECIAL AGENTS 
of the 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, INC. 
70 Pine Street 
New York 5, N.Y. 

DATE: 



NAt£ OF APPLICANT (please print) 
RESIDENCE ADDRESS 



Phone No, 

BUSINESS ADDRESS __ 

(INDICATE BY (X) PREFERRED MAILING ADDRESS) Phone No. 



PRESENT OCCUPATION 



IN EVENT OF RETURNED MAIL SEND TO: 
( Relative with permanent address ) 



PERIOD OF SERVICE as Special Agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, 

From 19 to 19 

NOTE: Former Special Employees or Former Employee Agents 
are not eligible for membership in this Society. 

REASONS FOR RESIGNATION :- as Special Agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. 
Give circumstances under which you severed your connections with the Bureau, If 
requested to resign or if discharged give full and complete details* 



mm of sponsor 



REFERENCES ( give names of two additional Society members ) 

(1) 

"(2) 



N01E: Initiation fee of $10,00 and annual dues of $5*00 must accompany this appli- 
cation, otherwise it will not be considered. If application is made between Sept- 
ember 1st and March 1st, dues payable with application will be $2,50, in addition 
to initiation fee. If applicant is not acceptable for membership, initiation fee 
and dues paid will be immediately refunded. Regular annual dues are payable on 
April 1st of each year thereafter. 

SIGNATURE 



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SOCIETY OF FORMER SPECIAL AGENTS 

of the 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, INC. 

Room 1025 f 70 Pine Street 

New York 5, N. Y. 

March 10th, 1950 
Dear Member: 

At a recent meeting, the Executive Committee of the Society, by unanimous 
vote, passed a resolution declaring it to be the policy of the Society to enroll as 
members all qualified former Special Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation* 

While the Membership Committee is charged with the administration of 
matters in connection with applications for membership, this committee alone is not, 
of course, in a position to know the identity of all those ex-agents eligible for 
membership* We believe that there are many former agents qualified for membership 
who he.vw not applied solely because they do not know the procedure fcr applying and 
that if these men were contacted by a Society member they would apply for membership 
at once. 

It is incumbent upon every member of the Society to do his share in going 
forward with this program. If each of us puts forth a little extra effort the 
Society will be immeasurably strengthened and we will all benefit. 

To facilitate your task we are enclosing a blank application form which we 
trust you will have returned to us in the very near future by a qualified applicant 
for membership. We shall be very happy to send you additional application forms 
if you can use them. 

Sincerely yours, 

Howard V, Ross 
Chairman, Membership Committee 

SOCIETY OF FORMER SPECIAL AGENTS OF THE 
FEIERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, INC. 
70 Pine Street, Room 1025 
New York 5, N. Y. 

ANNUAL DUES 



Bues for Year April 1, 1950 to March 31, 1951 $5.00 

Make check or money order payable to order of Society, as above 
(avoid sending currency, if possible). Membership cards for 
1950-51 will not be issued until remittance is received. 



Kindly print name and mailing address below and return to insure 
proper credit. 



SUBPOENA 



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GREETINGS! 

You are hereby commanded, all business and excuses being 
set aside, to appear in person 

At the "Governor Room", 

Governor Clinton Hotel 
7th Avenue & 31st Street 
New York City 

and then and there produce a female (your wife or otherwise) 

On Saturday, May 13th, 1950 
At 6:30 P.M. 

and then and there participate in the dinner dance sponsored by the Society. 

Cocktails will be served from 6:30 to 7:30j 
Dinner at 7 J 30 P.M. sharp; and 

Dancing from 8:30 to 12:30 or until such later hour as 
the majority of those present desire. 

Music by Harry Arnold and his orchestra. 

Dress strictly informal. 

The cost $5.00 per person for the dinner and dance; 
cocktails extra. 

Enter in your diary now so that you may not later be 
adjudged in contempt. Make your Hotel or Theatre arrangements now; make it 
a gala week-end I 

Dated: New York, N.Y. William D. Dunne 

March 14., 1950 Chairman, Entertainment Committee 



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OFFICIAL 
PUBLICATION 




SOCIETY FORMER SPECIAL AGENTS 

OF THE 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

INC. 



ROOM 1025, 70 PINE ST., NEW YORK 5, N. Y. 



HARPER'S MAGAZINE 

and 

AMERICAN LAWYERS GUILD 

The October issue of Harpers for the year 1949 con- 
tained an article "Due Notice to the FBI" by Bernard De- 
Voto and all members are acquainted with recent news- 
paper dispatches relating that the American Lawyers 
Guild were attempting to obtain a citizens investigation 
of the Bureau. There Is printed hereinafter communica- 
tions which will bring members up to date on what the 
Society has been doing with respect to these two situa- 
tions. 

"Dear Mr. Blaisdell: 

I .am sending this communication as Chairman of the 
Washington Chapter with the approval of the executive 
committee of this chapter. It has recently come to our 
attention that Harper's Magazine has published what ap- 
pears to us to be an entirely unwarranted and unjustified 
attack against the Federal Bureau of Investigation. 

The following is a brief resume of the controversy. 
The October issue or Harper's contained an article by 
Bernard DeVoto entitled "Due Notice to the FBI." This 
article severely criticized the Bureau for prying into the 
private lives and the thoughts of citizens in the conduct 
of its investigative function. Mr. DeVoto referred to 
Bureau agents as "college trained flatfeet," and states that 
the Bureau has been collecting and disseminating "a hash 
of gossip, rumor, slander, backbiting, malice, and drunken 
invention," etc. He concludes his article by stating that 
he will never again furnish any information of any type 
to the FBI and suggests that other citizens follow the 
same course of action. In the same October issue in the 
"Personal and Otherwise" column of the magazine it is 
stated that they agree with DeVoto's position and express 
the hope that everyone will follow DeVoto's advice and 
refuse to furnish information to the FBI. 

Some ten days ago Director John Edgar Hoover issued 
a national press release in reply to this attack in Harper's 
Magazine. In the December issue of Harper's it is stated 
that the editorial policy of the magazine does not require 
it to agree with DeVoto or the editor of the "Personal and 



Otherwise" column, but it publishes a rebuttal letter by 
DeVoto which again criticizes the FBI. 

We feel that these attacks on the Bureau are a mass 
of half-truths and misinformation which might well have 
a very harmful effect upon the future effectiveness of the 
Bureau as a law enforcement agency. We also feel that 
these articles constitute a vicious slur upon the men now 
in the FBI and are a reflection upon those of us who have 
served in the past. 

It is, therefore, respectfully suggested that you review 
these articles and prepare an appropriate reply from the 
Society to Harper's, with the request that our reply be 
printed in the magazine or as an alternative that a press 
release in answer to this criticism be prepared by the So- 
ciety and released through the wire services. This chap- 
ter does not believe that the Society should stand idly by 
and allow this type of attack to go unanswered. We feel 
strongly that such unfair criticism is detrimental to us 
and to the Bureau. 

As former special agents we are familiar with the 
investigative methods of the FBI and are fully cognizant 
of the fact that the Bureau has gone to great lengths to 
conduct fair, impartial and thorough investigations in every 
type of case. We believe that as a completely independent 
organization of over sixteen hundred former agents our 
views will be given more than passing consideration by the 
public which has been misinformed by the distorted views 
of Mr. DeVoto. 

Several of our members have considered communicat- 
ing with Harper's in their personal capacity, but we feel 
that a critical reply by the national organization would be 
much more effective. We also believe that time is of the 
essence if a reply is to be made to these charges. For that 
reason we request that you advise us promptly as to the 
decision of yourself and the executive committee in this 
matter. The reason for this latter request is that if the 
national officers do not desire to reply, some of the mem- 
bers here intend, as I stated above, to make personal re- 
plies. 

Sincerely, 
(sgd) FRANCIS D. FLANAGAN, 

Chairman, Washington Chapter" 

According to Associated Press dispatches J. Edgar 



Hoover accused the Harper's magazine and DeVoto of pub- 
lishing "half-truths, inaccuracies, distortions and misstate- 
ments" about the Bureau and quoted Mr. Hoover in his let- 
ter as follows; "I do not care to dignify Mr. DeVoto's 
compilation of half-truths, inaccuracies, distortions, and 
misstatements with a denial or an explanation. The edi- 
torial injunction of Harper's in urging Mr. DeVoto's read- 
ers to refuse 'in the future to answer the FBI's questions 
except in open court, under oath and before witnesses is 
amazing.' Would the editors of Harper's advocate that a 
citizen refuse to testify before the secret proceedings of 
a grand jury? if a citizen had knowledge of the where- 
abouts of a fugitive, would the editor urge him to refuse 
to advise the investigators? Would the editors deprive 
an applicant for a Government position who listed their 
name as a reference to their indorsement? Does the edi- 
torial admonition mean that Harper's advocates protecting 
a foreign agent against the security of the "United States 
by not advising an investigator of this information. If the 
advocacy of such a course of action is to be taken seri- 
ously, that is exactly what Harper's does." 

Note: In the column "Personal & -Otherwise" of 
Harper's it invited readers to line up with DeVoto and 
refuse "to answer the FBI's questions except in open court, 
under oath and before witnesses." In a subsequent issue 
of the magazine it stated it's editorial policy did not re- 
quire it to agree with DeVoto or the column editor how- 
ever it did allow DeVoto a rebuttal letter. 

President Blaisdell in behalf of the Society wrote 
Harper's Magazine the following letter: 
'Editor Harper's Magazine: 

Your attention is called to the article "Due Notice to 
the FBI/' and your "Personal and Otherwise" column ap- 
pearing in the October 1949, issue of Harper's magazine. 
Reference is also made to the letter of protest from J. 
Edgar Hoover and the rebuttal letter of Bernard DeVoto 
appearing in the December issue of Harper's. 

The Society of Former Special Agents of the Federal 
Bureau of Investigation is a nationwide, non-political asso- 
ciation of 1597 former agents of the FBI. Many important 
executives and administrators in American business and 
government service and numerous outstanding attorneys 
and accountants throughout the nation are members. The 
one great tie that binds these men of divers business ac- 
tivities together is their common association with and loy- 
alty to the Federal Bureau of Investgation. 

An esprit de corps was developed in the F.BI. based 
upon the great mutual respect of one agent for the other 
and the realization that this governmental agency stood 
for outstanding personal conduct, and the fair, impartial 
and thorough investigation of all matters within its inves- 
tigative jurisdiction. Without these and untold other pre- 
requisites, a voluntary association of former agents would 
never have resulted. 

We do not question the right of all periodicals to 
print freely any article submitted for publication. How- 
ever, for an American magazine with the circularization 
of Harper's to publish such vicious and slanderous attacks 
on the Federal Bureau of Investigation and its personnel 
is without precedent. Have you so quickly forgotten that 
during the greatest war in history not one major act of 
sabotage was committed in the United States? Are you 
completely unaware of the civilian security measures and 
crime prevention methods that must be effected in these 
turbulent post war days? To whom, Mr. Editor, would you 
first turn for immediate assistance if your very own child 
was kidnapped and held as a hostage? Certainly, you 
must realize how the task of the F.B.I, would be increased 



if patriotic and courageous citizens give any cognizance to 
the scurulous suggestions of a literary malcontent. 

We who have resigned from the F.B.I, and returned to 
civilian life take marked exception to these completely 
unwarranted thrusts. Such releases are uncalled for and 
your selection of insidious literary sabotage must be 
roundly condemned. 

In the December issue of Harper's you maintain that 
your editorial policy does not necessarily agree with the 
views expressed by the author of "Due Notice to the FBI" 
or the comments of the editor of your "Personal and Other- 
wise" column. Yet you quickly permitted one of these ob- 
structionists in letter form to repeat his attacks in the 
December issue. Perhaps you will print this letter in your 
periodical with the same degree of promptness accorded 
these antagonists of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. 
Very truly yours, 

(Sgd.) CHARLES 0. BLAISDELL, 
President, Society of Former Special Agents 
of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Inc." 

Under date of December 21, 1949 the following reply 
was received by the Society from the editorial offices of 
Harper's Magazine, New York, N. Y. 
"Dear Mr. Blaisdell: 

Thank you very much for your letter about the article 
"Due Notice to the FBI" and the letters which we printed 
and the Personal & Otherwise column in the December 
issue. Among the various points of View which have been 
expressed on this subject, yours ha s certainly very great 
importance. Since your letter comes rather late, we can't 
promise to publish it in the immediate future. Our Jan- 
uary issue is already in print and February is now going 
to press. But we will turn over your letter to the Editor 
of the "Letters" column for inclusion at a later date if 
possible. 

Sincerely, 
(sgd) CATHARINE MEYER" 

Mr. Hoover's letter of December 22, 1949 addressed to 
the President will* be of interest to the members of the 
Society. 
"Dear Mr. Blaisdell: 

Your letter dated December 19, 1949 has been received 
and r appreciate very much your thoughtfulness in furnish- 
ing me a copy of your letter bearing the same date ad- 
dressed to the Editor of Harper's Magazine. 

It was most gratifying to note the expressions of sup- 
port and confidence in this Bureau which you conveyed on 
behalf of the fellow members of your Society and I am 
grateful for your highly commendatory references to the 
manner in which the FBI is discharging its responsibilities. 

I hope that the work of the Federal Bureau of Investi- 
gation will always be deserving of your complete approval. 
Sincerely yours, 
(sgd) J. EDGAR HOOVER." 

On January 25, 1950 the National office of the Society 
in conjunction with the Washington Chapter, sent the fol- 
lowing telegram to President Truman. 
"President Harry S, Truman 
White House 
Washington, D, C. 
Dear Mr. President: 

We have noted with alarm increased criticism in the 
public press of the Federal Bureau of Investigation In 
the very recent past the National Lawyers Guild which 
many responsible persons have stated is a Communist 
front organization, has requested you to order an investi- 
gation of that Bureau. We respectfully address this com- 
munication to you as a completely independent organization 



of over sixteen hundred men who formerly served as Spe- 
cial Agents of the FBI. 

Our membership includes men in all walks of life. A 
substantial percentage of our members are active attorneys 
and we believe that our views might be of some interest 
to you. 

As average Americans we have a genuine interest in 
the preservation of civil rights and as former law enforce- 
ment officers we have a keen appreciation of the constant 
need of protecting those sacred rights of our fellow Amer- 
icans. However, we feel that our government also has the 
duty of protecting "the security of our country. We believe 
that our government has the duty to use every moral and 
proper means authorized by proper authority to combat 
espionage, treason, and other traiterous subversive activ- 
ities which imperil the present or future security of this 
nation. It is of special interest to note that most of these 
recent attacks have centered around investigations by the 
FBI, in loyalty and espionage eases. There is no doubt 
that many of the critics of the FBI, often unfortunately 
misinformed, are motivated by a sincere desire to render a 
public service. However, there are those who for reasons 
which do not include a patriotic devotion to American 
principles, desire to reduce the present effectiveness of the 
FBI in security investigations. 

In recent weeks the FBI has been criticized for the 
use of wire taps in the conduct of espionage Investigations. 
Many of these critics have left the erroneous impression 
with the general public that the FBI has been engaged in 
the unauthorized use of wire taps. That is not a fact. 
The Attorney General of the United States has very re- 
cently stated that the F'BI uses wire taps in national de- 
fense and kidnapping cases and then only upon his au- 
thorization, This policy was approved by the late Presi- 
dent Roosevelt in 1941, and has been followed consistently 
by the Attorneys General since that time. Under these 
circumstances, when the situation warranted, if the FBI 
failed to avail itself of this method of obtaining informa- 
tion in either national defense or kidnapping cases, it would 
be derelict in its public duty. The Joint Congressional 
Committee on the Investigation of the Pearl Harbor Attack, 
in its report to the Congress, after pointing out that Jap- 
anese diplomatic establishments on our mainland and Ha- 
waii, had uncensored channels of communication with 
Tokyo up to the lime of the attacks on Pearl Harbor, 
stated: 'The situation should never again be permitted 
whereby the efforts of our government to combat forces 
inimical to our national security are hamstrung by restric- 
tions of our own imposition which aid the enemy." 

We heartly subscribe to these views of that committee. 

We feel that recent criticism of the FBI's wire tap- 
ping activities has lead to an entirely distorted conception 
in some quarters as to the extent of the wire tapping done 
by that agency. Many persons have been lead to believe 
that the FBI has engaged in indiscriminate wire tapping 
to the detriment of many innocent persons. That also is 
not a fact. As Mr. J. Edgar Hoover recently stated pub- 
licly, the FBI had less than 170 telephone taps in operation 
and all of these were used in internal security investiga- 
tions. When it is considered that the FBI has thousands 
of cases under investigation at all times that small number 
of wire taps is indicative of the fact that wire tapping has 
not been used indiscriminately by that agency. 

Today the FBI stands as a symbol of integrity and 
efficiency in law enforcement. Interstate gangsterism and 
many types of vicious crimes, including kidnapping and 
bank robbery, have been sharply reduced as a result of 
the work of that agency. Through the police-training pro- 



gram of the FBI, police organizations at the state and local 
level have made unprecedented advances during the past 
two decades. The war record of the FBI is an excellent 
one. Not a single act of foreign inspired sabotage was 
committed in the United States during the last war, and 
many espionage agents and others intent upon wrecking 
our security were uncovered and brought to justice. 

We deem it most regrettable that unwarranted attacks 
■ are being made on one of the most efficient agencies of our 
government. It is not improper to suggest that current 
criticism is emanating from the same individuals and 
groups who over many years have sought to undermine 
the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Such criticism only 
indicates a complete lack of concern for the fundamental 
security of this nation. We believe there never has been 
a time in the history f this Republic that greater vigi- 
lance is required to insure the internal security of Amer- 
ica. Internationally we are engaged in a titanic struggle 
with great totalitarian forces of aggression, and national 
chaos would result should we be called upon to meet this 
challenge with an impotent FBI and a public disunited by 
the influences of subversive propaganda, sabotage, and 
espionage. 

To those of us who have lived and worked in the FBI, 
charges of the character being impressed upon you are 
not merely unwarranted— they are outright lies. There is 
today no public servant more vitally concerned in preserv- 
ing our fundamental civil rights than the Director of the 
FBI. Our members are proud of their past service with 
the FBI. We are proud of the fact that we were able to 
take some part in the relentless fight made against do- 
mestic lawlessness, and subversive activities. We are 
proud that we dispatched our duties without resorting to 
illegal tactics. And we are proud of the genuine confi- 
dence which the great bulk of the American people reposes 
in the FBI. 

It is for these reasons that we are constrained to write 
you in this instance, as well as by reason of the further 
consideration that the FBI, occupying the position that it 
does in our governmental structure, is unable to defend 
itself from the unwarranted and malicious attacks to which 
it has been repeatedly subjected. It is our sincere con- 
viction that you will not be swayed by the attacks of those 
whose primary purpose it is to discredit and harass the 
FBI, nor will you be influenced by the criticism of sincere 
but misinformed individuals and groups. 
Respectfully yours, 
(Sgd) CHARLES O. BLAISDELL, President, 
Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI, Inc. 
70 Pine Street, New York 5, N. Y." 

Of interest to members will be the following responses 
to above telegram. 
"Mr. Charles O. Blaisdell 
President 
Society of Former Special Agents of the Federal Bureau 

of Investigation, Inc. 
70 Pine Street 
New York 5, N. Y. 
Dear Mr. Blaisdell: 

Your letter of January 25, 1950, was delivered to me 
by Mr. AI Muzzey together with a copy of your release con- 
cerning the telegram which was directed to the President 
of the United States by the Society of Former Special 
Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Inc. 

It is most encouraging to know that the officers and 
members of the Society approve of the manner in which 
the Bureau is discharging' its responsibilities in matters 
affeetng the internal security of our country. 



You have my sincere thanks lor the spirit of coopera- 
tion and support which has been manifested by your or- 
ganization, and I hope that the work of the FBI will al- 
ways he deserving of your complete approval. 
Sincerely yours, 

(Sgd) J. EDGAR HOOVER." 
"Charles O. Blaisdell, President 
Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI, Inc. 
70 Pine Street— New York, N. Y. 

Re Urtel to the President expressing concern over 
unjustified criticism of Federal Bureau of Investigation of 
the Department of Justice. Rest assured that complete 
government and public confidence in the Federal Bureau 
of Investigation will not be weakened in the slightest by 
unwarranted and malicious attacks. You may also rest 
assured that the government will not be swayed adversely 
to the interest of either the National Security or the Fed- 
eral Bureau of Investigation by the attacks of those whose 
primary purpose is to weaken our security and discredit 
the FBI, nor by the criticism of sincere but misinformed 
individuals and groups. The interest and views of the 
Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI in this mat- 
ter are sincerely appreciated. 

(Sgd.) PEYTON FORD, 

The Asst. to the Atty Genl." 

Editor's note: In addition to the above Mr. Blaisdell 
informed us on February 14th that he held press confer- 
ences in Washington, D. C, at which time releases were 
made pertaining to the Society's communications relative 
to the National Lawyer's Guild. Mr. Blaisdell also has 
appeared on the radio twice in respect to the same subject. 

On page A 1163 of the Congressional Record for Thurs- 
day, February 16, is set forth our wire to the President 
and Peyton Ford's reply. 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
November, 1949 

The following members of the Executive Committee 
were present: Messrs. Edward E. Conroy, Morse J. Con- 
roy, John Vincent, Eugene Ward and Charles 0. Blaisdell. 

Chairman Blaisdell advised that the first order of bus- 
iness would be the selection of the various national com- 
mittees and that in conjunction with such selection serious 
consideration should be given to the personnel placed on 
the committees, inasmuch as their function was of ex- 
treme importance to the organization as a whole. 

The following Committees and personnel were named: 
The Nominating Committee: William F. Seery, New York; 
Gilbert H. Meyer, New York; Nicholas Alaga, San Fran- 
cisco; Albert H. Johnson, Chicago; William James Rooney, 
New York, and Peter J. Nolan, Wilmington (alternate). 

The Chapter Committee: Alfred B. Berry, New York; 
Gerald B. Tracy, New York; and Wayne Merrick, New 
York. 

Mr. Berry was designated as Chairman of the Com- 
mittee and directed to set up a special committee consist- 
ing of one representative from each Chapter. 

The Publications Committee: Robert W. Dick, New 
Jersey, Chairman; Dwight H. Scott, New York; Harvey 
E. Rath, New Jersey; Ben Willis, New York; and Wesley 
E, Carter, New York; that such Committee select a mem- 
ber from each Chapter to serve as a member of the Com- 
mittee. 

The Public Relations Committee: Jack Keenan, New 
York, Chairman; Ralph D. Brown, New York and George 
P, Maginness, New York. 

The Membership Committee: Howard V. Ross, New 



York, Chairman; A. Ernest Larsen, New York; William 
J. Losty, New York; Joseph D. Beach, New Orleans; Harry 
C. Deckert, St. Louis; and Vincent W. Gillen, New York 
(alternate). 

The Placement Committee: John F. Elich, New York, 
Chairman; Joseph Horn, Peoria, 111.; Harold C. Breuel, 
New York; and the said Committee would select or have 
each Chapter select a representative to serve on such 
Committee. 

The Entertainment Committee: William D. Dunne, 
New. York, Chairman; William B. Moran, New York. 

Thereafter the Chairman read a letter from Mr. Sharp 
of the Washington Chapter concerning publication in the 
Grapevine of a letter sent to the Executive Committee 
last spring by the Executive Committee in the Washington 
Chapter. Following a general discussion among all mem- 
bers present, it was decided that Mr. Sharp's letter would 
be answered by a letter from Mr. Blaisdell, pointing out 
that the Executive Committee would be willing to print a 
short statement in the Grapevine but that there should be 
eliminated therefrom any specific reference to a particular 
project. It was also decided that the Executive Commit- 
tee would have the right to change or rewrite a portion 
of such statement if they deemed it desirable to do so. 
Mr. Blaisdell advised that he would be present in Wash- 
ington at the next Chapter meeting and would discuss 
with the members present the problem presented by such 
meeting and would discuss with the members present the 
problem presented, by such letter. 

Mr. Blaisdell then advised that the possibility of a 
Life Membership had been raised at a previous meeting of 
the Executive Committee and that such suggestion had 
originated in the field. Mr. Morse Conroy submitted a 
written report setting forth in brief detail the fact that 
actuarially this would not be sound from the standpoint of 
the Society. After discussion, and upon motion duly made 
and seconded by Messrs. Edward Conroy and John Vincent 
respectively, it was unanimously 

RESOLVED that the report of Mr. Morse Conroy be 
accepted and made part of these minutes and that 
the matter of Life Membership be tabled; and it was 
FURTHER RESOLVED that a brief statement be put 
in the Grapevine setting forth the reasons why such 
suggestion had been tabled. 

Mr. Blaisdell then read to the Committee a letter from 
Leslie E. Murphy of Kansas City suggesting that the or- 
ganization print a lawyers register to be circulated among 
all members of the organization. Upon motion duly made 
and seconded it was 

RESOLVED that Mr. Murphy be advised that it was 
the attitude of the Executive Committee that if the 
national organization were to print a lawyers register, 
it would open the door for other requests to print 
similar registers for members of other industries rep- 
resented among the membership. 

Following the foregoing, a general discussion was had 
concerning the advisability of having the President or some 
other officer attend Chapter meetings throughout the coun- 
try with the payment of traveling expenses being made by 
the national organization. 

The Executive Committee has been considering very 
seriously the allocation of an expense allowance not to 
exceed $1000 annually for use by the President to afford 
him an opportunity to visit Chapters of the Society at 
places other than New York City; the expenses to be re. 
stricted to such travel and expenses thereto. The matter 
came up at the Annual Meeting and the Executive Com-. 
mittee in accordance with the discussion would appreciate 



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having this matter Drought up at the various Chapter 
meetings. 

The question was brought up at the annual meeting 
that deceased members appear in the directory. The Ex- 
ecutive Committee moved that all deceased members of 
the Society he listed immediately following the alphabetical 
listing. The listing to carry the name of the deceased, 
the dates of his service in the Bureau and the date of his 
death if known. 

Motion by Morse J. Convoy, seconded by John W. Vin- 
cent that the books of account of the Society be audited 
as of December 1, 1949. The audit to be conducted by 
Art Cvowl, the cost of such audit not to exceed $100. Mr. 
Crowl is also requested to report to the Executive Com- 
mittee at its January meeting as to the proper suggested 
allocation and investment of Society funds. 



January, 1950 

The following members of the Committee were pres- 
ent: Messrs. E. E. Conroy, Morse J. Conroy, Henry Dolan, 
Gene Ward and Charles O. Blaisdell. 

Mr William Dunne, Chairman of the Entertainment 
Committee, gave a lengthy report concerning the survey 
he had made of the various places in the City of New York 
where the Society might hold its meetings. Following a 
general discussion among all members of the Committee 
present as to the pros and cons of the advisability ot the 
best places to have the various meetings, the day of the 
week on which to hold them, and the substitution of a 
dinner dance for one of the quarterly meetings, it was, 
upon motion made by Mr. Ward and seconded by Mr. 
Dolan, unanimously 

RESOLVED that the first quarterly meeting for 19a0 
be held on Thursday evening, February 16, at the 
Hotel Martinique, Broadway and 32 Street, New York 
City; and it was 

FURTHER RESOLVED that the, second quarterly 
meeting be held in the nature of a dinner dance on 
Saturday, May 13, at the Hotel Shelbourne, Lexington 
Avenue and 37 Street, New York City; and it was 
FURTHER RESOLVED that the third quarterly meet- 
ing be held on Wednesday, September 20, at a place 
to be designated at a future date; and it was 
FURTHER RESOLVED that the annual meeting be 
held on Friday, November 17, at a place to be selected 

Following the foregoing, Mr. Howard Ross, Chairman 
of the Membership Committee, reported on the number of 
pending applications for membership and requested the 
Committee to advise whether they wanted a concerted 
drive for new members or whether they desired to tollow 
the usual course practiced in the past. Following a dis- 
cussion it was 

RESOLVED that it shall be the purpose of the So- 
ciety to secure the membership of as many ex-agents 
as possible through normal means, but without con- 
certed drives and without lowering any of the stand- 
ards set for membership. 

Following the foregoing, Mr. Arthur Crowl presented 
to the Executive Committee a detailed auditor's report re- 
lating to the finances of the organization for the period 
ending November 30, 1949. Such report contained a full 
summary of the assets and liabilities of the organization, 
together with certain suggestions which Mr. Crowl deemed 
it advisable for the organization to put into practice. The 
Chairman advised that, in view of the length of such re- 
port, he felt final approval should be tabled until the next 



meeting of the Executive Committee in order to allow the 
members present adequate time to study the same. At 
the same time, the Chairman 'advised that Mr. Crowl had 
presented a bill for $100 for the work performed by him. 
The Chairman thought this sum was reasonable indeed 
and Mr. Blaisdell recommended to the Executive Commit- 
tee that it authorize payment of such bill. 

Mr. Blaisdell then gave an oral report concerning the 
annual meeting of the Washington Chapter, with other 
recent information. Subsequently, the Chairman read a 
letter from ' Mr, Francis D. Flanagan, Chairman of the 
Washington Chapter, wherein he enclosed an open letter 
to members of the Society setting forth the views of his 
Chapter concerning an organized program for the organ- 
ization. In the letter of transmittal, Mr. Flanagan asked 
that the open letter be printed in the next issue of the 
"Grapevine." Upon motion made by Mr. E. E. Conroy 
and seconded by Mr. Ward, it was unanimously 

RESOLVED that . the Editor of the "Grapevine" is 
hereby directed to print in the next issue of such pub- 
lication the open letter from the Washington Chapter 
to members of the organization. 



Open Letter To Members of the Society 

December 22, 1949 

Dear Fellow Members: 

For some time there has been considerable discussion 
in the Washington Chanter concerning the advisability of 
expanding the purposes of the Society. This letter writ- 
ten at the direction of our local executive committee is 
addressed to all members of the Society to present this 
problem for their comments and suggestions. 

Many of our members feel that the Society has now 
attained sufficient status nationwide to become a useful 
instrument for civic good. While preserving our present 
social and mutual aid purples it is felt that these basic 
objectives can be strengthened by having the national or- 
ganization and the local chapters or both espouse some 
worthwhile civic undertakings. 

Several proposed courses of action including the fol- 
lowing, have been suggested. A plaque or some other 
honorium to be periodically awarded to those making out- 
standing contributions in the field of law enforcement; 
the raising of funds or other assistance for boys clubs or 
similar organizations which assist in combating juvenile 
delinquency; the establishment of a scholarship fund for 
the deserving children of deceased Society members; and 
the establishment of a fund for handling the school ex- 
penses of qualified and deserving police officers at the Na- 
tional Police Academy. Others also feel that the Society 
should issue public releases or otherwise publicize its posi- 
tion on such matters as unjustified public attacks against 
the Bureau, the activities of Communist groups, or other 
matters of interest to the Society. 

It is the understanding of the Chapter that from time 
to time consideration has been given to expanding the pur- 
poses of the Society. However, we believe that this issue 
deserves further consideration by all our members and we 
therefore suggest that other members and chapters sub- 
mit their views on this subject to the Grapevine or to the 
national headquarters, or both. It is felt that this is one 
way for the entire membership and our national officers to 
determine the wishes of the majority in this matter. 
Very truly yours, 
(sgd) FRANCIS D. FLANAGAN, Chairman, 
Washington Chapter. 



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A Wonderful Thirteen Year Plan 

i Felix O. Cox our Southern correspondent under the 

date of February 8th advised he visited with Bill Rorer at 
Albany, Georgia and found Bill looking very fit. About 
two months ago Bill became the father of a boy, the first 
child we understand. In fact our correspondent reports 
the first in thirteen years and say 3 Bill says he is going 
to have one every thirteen years. Felix being the father 
of fourteen children himself is worried that Bill is going 
to catch up with him on such a plan. Typical of all our 
correspondents he never bothers to set and give details 
such as name, birth date, and weight, which are always 
of interest to close friends. 



Another Plan 

Mr. & Mrs. Melvin H. Purvis announced the arrival 
of a son Christopher Perronneau Purvis on February 2, 



1950. 



Dinner Dance in May 

At the February 1950 "meeting of the Society it was 
announced .there would be held a dinner dance at the 
Hotel Governor Clinton on May 13th, at a cost of $5.00 
per person or $10.00 per couple. It is informal. We un- 
derstand the Society must guarantee attendance of at 
least 200. It would therefore be a nice gesture if you 
could indicate to Bill Dunne if you are presently plan- 
ning to be present. 



Presidential Travel 

At the annual meeting in November 1949 and the Ex- 
ecutive Committee meeting of November 29, 1949, there 
was a discussion relative to the Society paying the exr 
penses of the Society president to visit some of the more 
distant chapters. The subject Is set out more fully in 
the minutes of the .Executive Committee meeting and you 
may wish to refer thereto herein and express your views 
to the Secretary, Any member wishing to express himself 
pro or con on the subject will be provided space in the 
Grapevine if they desire to reach the general membership 
on what they think of the proposal. 



CROSSED WIRES 

BOB DICK 

Danton Walker, columnist, we tuned in late on WOR 
Feb. 11th, to hear him tell about having a complete din- 
ner service in pewter. Very, very, nice but most people 
with the high price of potatoes, meat, milk and effs find 
it easier to have a complete dinner service than a com- 
plete dinner, 

Mr, Hoover made the cover page of United States 
News & World Report for February 17th, 

A lady from Pittsburgh says she has heard of the 
Grapevine which she understands cannot be purchased on 
newsstands and would like to subscribe. 

Do you think we should sell advertising? 

We could also run a for trade and barter column. 

We spend millions to combat juvenile delinquency 
and then permit the movies to hold up, marajuana users, 
adulterers, adulteresses for our te?n age boys and girls 
to admire. Has the time arrived when these people can 
sin with impurity and we send 18 year old boys to pene- 
tentiaries for a few hours or days of joy riding in an- 
others auto. It isn't the sins that is objected to but the 
attempted capitalizing on sin. 

We forgot to tell you Eddie Grogan was in Europe 



last summer; Mr, & Mrs. Jerry Tracy were blessed with 
a little daughter Kathleen last October. 

Don Brennan homeside for New York, 

Sam D'Anna is in the Street. 

Jack Welles wrote us the nicest letter, the kind that 
encourages you with Grapevines. 

Why doesn't H. A. Blomquist send us some news and 
pictures from Rio? 

George R, Blue is a member of the law firm Beard & 
Blue, New Orleans. Why not just Blue Beard? Should 
attract the lady clients!. 

Bill Bolan, Newark attorney lives in what is often 
describel the best commuter town in New Jersey — 'Madison. 

Hal D. Bray sells Studebakers at Nevada, Missouri. 

Ed Brennan, retired should come back to a New York 
meeting because we all enjoyed his last visit. 

Ralph D. Brown of Penny's where art thou? 

You didn't think we would use the Congressional Rec- 
ord did you? Guess we fooled you! Many thanks! Come 
again! 

George A. Callahan left Lord & Taylors for big job 
with N.Y.N.H. & H. R.R. several months ago. 

Wm. A Carmody couldn't count enough votes for the 
New Jersey Assembly last fail. 

Jerry Carney — How is Trlxle? Trixie is just a wire 
haired dog for the benefit of the nosey people. 

Wayne Merrick tries to appear nonchalant about a 
cocker spaniel but Straffer has got under his hide. 

Many a fellow of thirty -five could wish for the youth 
of Frank Cole. National Board of Fire Underwriters and 
many a Romeo of 21 years hasn't the twinkle in their eyes. 

We won't print the earnings of John Manning, Matt 
Murray and Walter Higgins this year. Last year we had 
to live in a steel fortress for several months until the hur- 
ricane blew over. 

We are like a school boy and his teacher with Art 
Crowl — Arfdoesn't ask us any questions to which we know 
the answers. 

Gordon W. Davis, Laramie, Wyoming, do you know a 
Jack Croft practicing law out there — if so say hello for us. 
We knew him when he was a cop. 

Sam DeVlne, Columbus, did last Grapevine answer 
your question? 

Abe Dickstein drinks nothing stronger than coca cola. 

Selling pills for Rexall Drug Company must be quite 
tame for Franklin P. Falvey after his war experiences. 

We wonder, does John M. Hart ever have any affairs 
of the heart. 

Jim Kearns, Reporter, St. Louis Dispatch, what is the 
news about St. Louis members? 

Who would have ever thought Bill Larson would ever 
get connected with the vegetable business. 

Frank McArdle— How about another article? 

If you see a pipe it is a two to one bet the man 
behind it is John T. Madigan. 

We hope Bob Mahoney had a good season at Holiday 
Inn, Lake Placid, this winter. 

Would it be too late to tell that Gilbert H. Meyer has 
joined A. Bruce Bielaski's forces. 

We understand Matt O'Brien now rides the Erie. 

Understand Jack Osten is now in store protection 
work, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Joe Bishop, of Cleveland, former Chairman of Cleve- 
land Chapter and National Vice President of the Society 
leaves Association of Casualty & Surety Executives in 
Cleveland on March 15, 1950. 

Tom Moore, Jr., moved from West Orange, N, J„ to 



Houston, Texas last December— Are you still with Shell 
Oil Tom? 

Ben S. Stotts has left his employment in Venezuela 
and friends can find him at 408 N. 6th Street, Garden City, 
Kansas. 

All comments we have heard were good about the 
food and facilities at the Hotel Martinique for February 
meeting. Congratulations to our genial host Frank Kridel, 
Manager. 

Bob Dick is very much interested in a young man 
who is graduating from West Orange High School in June. 
He is an orphan and would like to have employment in 
Washington, D. C-, where he expects to enroll in Septem- 
ber at George Washington University. Needs work to go 
to college. I would appreciate hearing from any Society 
member in D. C. who could help. Thanks! 

Russ Fellowes is now residing at Edgewater Beach 
Hotel, Chicago. 



Conroy Leaves Security Bureau, Inc. 

The papers announced on February 20th that Edward 
E. (Ted) Conroy for the past three years Executive Vice 
President of the Security Bureau, Inc., had resigned his 
post effective February 28, 1950. The Security Bureau 
had become well known through the maritime industry 
for the waging of a relentless war against crime and pil- 
ferage along the docks of New York. We have not been 
able to learn Ted's immediate plans for the future. 



Walter Kuntz Promoted With Drug Firm 

Walter Kuntz effective January 1, 1950, was desig- 
nated General Manager of the Houston Division of the 
Southwestern Drug Corporation in addition to his election 
as a Vice-President and becoming a member of the Board 
of Directors of the same Arm, 



Sheeketski Tells All 

Joe Sheeketski former Agent and at present Athletic 
Director and Football Coach, University of Nevada, hit the 
sport pages recently in a big way. 

A former Notre Dame star backfield man, he is re- 
ported to have said that colleges cannot play top-flight 
collfege football teams with pennies. Joe admits the fel- 
lows don't play football for fun of playing. A good living, 
full tuition, rairoad fare plus spending money of $50 a 
month is a sure way of getting a good football player to 
play for some other college or University. Joe would also, 
like to see the "profs" give the players a little credit on 
their examination papers for the ability and intelligence 
displayed on the football field. He leaves a definite im- 
pression of the latter upon commenting on loss of his num- 
ber one quarterback. It seems he was thrown out of the 
game when a professor or two found he had fouled an ex- 
amination. Probably unnecessary roughing the questions 
or offside on an answer. Joe also spoke on competition of 
other schools and meeting same. 

(Suggestion for free Joe: How about establishing a U. 
■S. Department of Football. The government can then set 
minimum price levels and subsidize all players. The Gov- 
ernment has taken over almost everything else under such 
plans so why not football? With all the revenue pouring 
in each week end from September to January first each 
year, the government wouldn't need any income tax and 
you coaches would have more take home pay. 



Testimonial Dinner for James Mclnerney 

On April 25, 1950 there will be a testimonial dinner at 
the Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D. C, for James Mc- 
lnerney former agent and presently Assistant Attorney 
General in charge of the Criminal Division, U. S. Depart- 
ment of Justice. The dinner is sponsored by the Alumni 
of Fordham University and they recognizing the interest 
of former agents asked the Washington Chapter of the 
Society to participate with them in the sponsoring of the 
dinner. There are as many tickets available to the Society 
members' as 'to the Alumni. The Society is presently an- 
ticipating representation for a hundred or more members. 
Inquiries for reservations should be made of Francis D. 
Flanagan, Chairman of the Washington Chapter, 3630 
Whitehaven Parkway, N.W., Washington, D. C. or Carmine 
S. Bellino, 917-15th St., N.W., Washington, D. C. 



SOCIETY FUNDS 

BOB DICK 

We understand there is approximately $17,000.00 in 
funds held by the Society. Usually when there has been 
an announcement of the financial condition of the Society 
there has been numerous inquiries from members raising 
the question about what we are going to do with all the 
money. EVer since, we have had anything to d with the 
publication of the Grapevine, we have from time to time 
advocated many things for the benefit of the Society, many 
of which the newer members of the Society are probably 
not familiar with. In keeping with the past we would like 
to make some comments about the funds on hand. 

To review a little of the past, as editor of the Grape- 
vine, I continually advocated increasing the membership, 
and personally inserted application blanks with Grapevines 
at time of mailing. I advocated formation of more and 
better chapters at a time when there were only five or six 
chapters in the Society. Advocated the increase in dues 
after they had been reduced for a short time. Another 
time, I wrote in the Grapevine something to the effect 
that it required capital to shine shoes in the park, and 
that we should build a reserve fund through the years for 
the Society. 

If the group life insurance plan is voted by the mem- 
bership we will have need for our present funds because 
I understand the Society will be required to pay the prem- 
ium and in turn secure it's reimbursement from the mem- 
bers. 

We suggest that consideration should he given to 
using the funds we now have on hand for purchasing a 
piece of property in New York for the National Head- 
quarters, where we could establish our offices. Too long 
has the Society depended on Scully, Merrick, Frankel and 
Seery to provide office space for the Society. We believe 
that day has passed when we should accept free accom- 
modations. We have sufficient funds to buy a piece of 
property which would house our files, paid secretary, and 
in addition provide a place where visiting members could 
stay .when in New York. We believe that it could be 
worked out where it would carry itself in addition to pro- 
viding a supplement to our treasury. Many other organi- 
zations no larger than our own have been able to do as 
much. Later we could have another place on the west 
coast, middle west and in the South. 

It is our contention the Society has unlimited possi- 
bilities and we still say the dues are inadequate and there 
is no other organization as worth while that one can be- 
long to for so little as five dollars per annum and get so 
much, as from the Society of Former Special Agents of 



the FBI, Inc. An associate membership in the Interna- 
tional Association of Chiefs of Police cpsts ten dollars per 
annum. Think it over! 



IN MEMORIAM 
R. C. Singer Passed Away 

It was not until February 5th, 1950 that it was learned 
that Mi-. R. C. Singer passed away on July 23, 1349. The 
Los Angeles Chapter sent a floral pie-ce. We are sure 
that these late advices will be received with sincere sym- 
pathy by the members for his widow Mrs. R. C. Singer. 



Mother of Colonel Murray 

Members will be sorry to learn of the death of Mrs 
Mary B. Murray, mother of Colonel John E. Murray, oj 
Friday, February 3rd, 1950. 



Samuel C. Simon Dies in Florida 

Word has been received that member Samuel C. Si- 
mon died on January 24, 1950 at Orlando, Florida. Mr. 
Simon served in the Bureau from 1926 to 1938 and was 
retired and living in Orlando when the end came. He is 
survived by his widow. 



Wife of Frank Garbarino Died January 8th 

Mrs. Fay Garbarino, wife of member Frank Garbarino 
died at" Ventnor, New Jersey, on January 8th, 1950. Mrs. 
Garbaiinos death terminated a happy marriage of twenty- 
seven years. She is survived by her husband Frank, and 
daughter Janet Louise. Funeral services were held at two 
P. M. January 11th, 1950 with interment at Vinita, Okla- 
homa. Mr. Garbarino's many friends in the Society ex- 
tend to him their sympathy during his bereavement. 



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Sincerely yours, 
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Francis MTlannagan, former Special Agem and presently local 
President of the Sodiety of Former Special AgentyQ called the writer this 
morning to advise that the telegram sent by the Society of Former Special 
. Apfttlta.to President Truman defending the Bureau of charges made by 

I l &nd others, has been sent by the President to the DepartmeMr-o 

— rne department has been instructed, according to Flannagan, to prepare an 
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the major newspapers throughout the country. He Indicated hewquld 
this matter with someone in the Bureau for the Bureau* s Ct. BS^aforl 
release was made. * * 



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On March 21 Mr. c harles 0, Blaisdell, former Special Agent of the 
Bureau, called to see me D Mr, Blaisdell is new practicing law in Kew York Oity 
and is President ef the Ex-Agents Association. Mr. Blaisdell stated that he was 
hopeful that at least during his administration of the Ex-Agents Asseciation and in 
years to come that that organization might become closer to the Bureau* Ho state! 
he realized that some years hack there were elements in the Association who were 
not particularly friendly to the present Bureau administration but he believed these 
elements were now in the minority and the great majority of the Ex-Agents Associa- 
tion members were pro-FBI. He said, of course, he realized the Association would 
have to prove itself before the Bureau could even informally indicate its friendliness 
toward the Association* 

I told Mr. Blaisdell that I of course realised ther= were some very 
•xcellent men in the Ex-Agents Association who were particularly friendly to the 
present administration of the Bureau, but there likewise were elements present 
in the Association, probably in the minority, who had a hostile attitude toward my 
administration. I told Mr. Blaisdell I w&" particularly surprised to note that in 
the current issue of the Grapevine there appeared a photograph of a group of 
Ex-Agent8 attending a luncheon for former Agent Turrou who had been dismissed 
from the Bureau with prejudice some years ago, I told Mr. Biai-dell I was cognizant 
of the feet that the heading of the photograph did not indicat the luncheon had been 
extend** formally b,y the Ex-Agents Association but nevertheless it was a fact that 
the photograph appeared in the official organ of the Association and naturally I 
thought it wss very bad judgment, if that Association even had any expectation of 
becoming closer to the Bureau, to carry photographs of a testimonal luncheon 
given for an Ex-Agent who had been dismissed with prejudice. Mr. Blaisdell stated 
that wes an entirely unwarranted action, and that the photograph should never have 
been carried and he believes no such incident would ever recur in the future. 

He stated that they were endeavoring not to take into membership any 
Agent whose record was not clear in the Bureau, but th&t they hed no way or 
means of axcertaining what the rpcord of en Ex-Agent wes. Itold him that 
of course this Bureau, at least at this time, was in no position to advise the 



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£x-Ageat« Association of how men left the service. I pointed tut that dismissal 
with prejudice eccurred in some cases but in ether cases resignations were ac 
accepted even though the empleyee would net again he reemployed in the bureau* 
He stated he realised this and it was this problem that was giving him seme concern, 
Hr. Blaisdell's attitude was excellent and I believe he has a very sincere 
desire to administer the Bat-Agents Association, as long as he is President, in a 
manner that wouttbe satisfactory to the Bureau, but of course 1 do not know what 
the future may hold when his team ef office erpiroso 

Tory truly yours, 

/s/ JXH 

John Sdgar Hsover 
Director 



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March 1, 1950 
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to say hello and stated that he is in tovCh rather frequently in connection with 
his law practice and that he will. .particularly be in town on March 2J and 







to tell you briefly of the spontaneous reaction on the part of the various 



some of the older members who had be. 
inception of the Society have a feeling that it should be 



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accomplish something He remarked that those who 

about what the Society should do do the ; 

e a sincere interest in it are attempting 
. it into an outstanding organisation and make something of it, ; l- 
so but inferred that they were interested in getting rid of the 
le stated that this matter is to be discussed at 
rs meeting of the Society, at which some decision is expected 
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Concerning the recent letter sent to the President on behalf of 
the Bureau by the Society, Blaisdell remarked that he had prepared the 
letter on his own time and had come to W ashington for the purpose -of 
releasing it here and that former Agents 
also members, o£ the Society, had pitched in and forked diligently on the 
letter. He indicated that if you could see him and time permitted, he would : 
like to personally advise you of these matters, I told Biaisdell thai f was 
sure you would he glad to see him if you were in the city and lime, permitted; 
and that w« would drop him a note letting him, know whether you could see 
him upon his next trip to Washington, 1 pointed out to him. of course, that 
your schedule is very uncertain,, however, 

I was favorably impressed with Blaisdeli. He appears to be pretty ; 

much a live- wire and a* go-getter and does appear to he sincerely interested' 
in the welfare of the Bureau, 

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society of Tomer Special Agents, had come to Washington 
today* Be stated that the draft of the letter of protest 
the society had gotten up, a tickler eopy of which is 
attached, has been briefed down by Slaisdell and he has 
already sent it to the President in the form of a telegram* 
Blaisdell is meeting some friends of his in the press this 
afternoon and is going to try and get the telegram out so 
it will be in the hands of the press* 



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CHARLES 0, BLAISDELL, HATIONAL PRBSIMSHT C THE SOCIETY 
OF FORMS? SPECIAL AGENTS OF *KS FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, INC, 
AMOSHCED XH, T THE SOCim TODAY SENT THE FOLLOWING VIBE TO PRESIDENT 
TRUMAH: 

*Ve hare noted with alarm Increased criticism in the public 
press of ^he Federal Bureau of Investigation* In the very recent past 
the/Kational lawyers Guild, Inc., which many responsible persons have 
stated is a Communist front organization, has requested you to order an 
investigation of that Bureau, We respectfully address this communica- 
tion to you as a completely independent organisation of over 1600 men 
who formerly served as Special Agents of the FBI, 

■Our membership includes men in all walks of life, A sub- 
stantial percentage of our members are active attorneys and we believe 
that our views might be of some interest to you. 

B Ag average Americans we have a genuine interest in the 
preservation of civil rights and as former lav enforcement officers we 
have a keen appreciation of the constant need of protecting those sacred 
rights of our fellow Americans. However, we feel th; t our Government 
also has a duty of protecting the security of our country. Ve believe 
that our Government has the duty to use every moral and proper means 
authorized by proper authority to combat espionage, treason, and other 
subversive activities which imperil the present or future security of 



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this nation. It is of special interest to note that most of these 
recent attacks have ©entered around investigations by ithe FBI in 
loyalty and espionage cases. There is no doubt that many of the 
critics of the FBI, often unfortunately misinformed, are motivated by 
a sincere desire to render a public service. However, there are t ; ose 
vho for reasons which do not include a patriotic devotion to American 
principles, desire to reduce the present effectiveness of the FBI in 
security investigations. 

"In recent weeks the FBI has been criticised for the use of 
vire taps in the conduct of espionage investigation. Many of these 
critics have left the erroneous impression with the general public 
that the FBI has been engaged in the unauthorized use of wire taps. 
Th&t is not a f.-ct. The Attorney General of the United States has very 
recently stated that the FBI uses wire taps in national defense and 
kidnapping cases end then only upon his authorization. This policy was 
approved by the late President Roosevelt in 1941, and has been followed 
consistently by the Attorneys General since that time. Under those cir- 
cumstances, when the situation warrants it, if the FBI fails to avail 
itself of this method of obtaining information in either nation?-! defense 
or kidnapping cases, it would be derelict in its public duty. The Joint 
Congressional Committee on the Investigation of the Pearl Harbor attack, 
in its report to the Congress, after pointing out that Japanese diplomatic 
establishments on our mainland and Hawaii had uncensored channels of 





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cawaunioation with fokye up to the time of the attack on Pearl Harbor, 

statedt 

'The situation should never again be permitted 
whereby the efforts of oar Gorernment to combat 
forces inimical to oar national security are ham- 
strung by restrletlens of our own imposition whiah 

*Ve heartily subscribe to these views of that committee, 
*Ve feeX that reeent criticism of the FBI*lksfire tapping 
actlYities has led to an entirely distorted conception in some 
quarters as to the extent of the «ire tapping done by that agency* 
Many persons have been led to belev* that the TBI has engaged In in- 
discriminate wire tapping to the detriment of nany innocent persons* 
That also is not a fact. As Mr* «T« Edgar Hoover recently stated 
publicly, the TBI has less than 170 telephone taps in operation and 
all of these were used in internal security investigations* Vhen it is 
considered that the TBI has thousands of cases under investigation 
at all times, that snail number of wire taps is indicative of the 
fact that wire tapping has not been used indiscriminately by that 



•foday the FBI stands as a symbol of integrity and effi- 
ciency in lav enforcement* Interstate gangsterism and many kinds of 
vicious crime, including kidnapping and bank robbery, have been sharply 






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reduced ax a result of the work of that agency. Through the polio* 
training program of the FBI, police organizations at the state and 
local lerel have made unprecedented advances during the past two 
decades. The war record of the FBI is an excellent one. Not a single 
act of foreign inspired sabotage was committed in the United States during 
the last war, and many espionage agents and others intent upon wrecking 
our security were uncovered end brought to justice. 

*Ve deem it mo»t regrettable that unwarranted attacks are being 
made on one of the most efficient agencies of our Government* It is 
not improper to suggest that current criticism is emanating from the same 
individuals end groups who over many years neve sought to undermine The 
Federal Bureau of Investigation, Such criticism only indicates a complete 
lack of concern for the fundamental security of this nation. Ve believe 
there never has been a time in the history of this republic that greater 
vigiUnce is required to insure the internal security of America* Inter- 
nationally we are engaged in a titanic struggle with great totalitarian 
forces of aggression and national chaos would result should we be called 
upon to meet this challenge with an impotent FBI and a public disunited 
hy the influences of subversive propaganda, sabotage, and espionage. 

"To those of us who have lived and -worked in the FBI, charges 
of the character being impressed upon you are not merely unwarranted — 
they are outright lies. There is today no public servant more vitally 
concerned in preserving our fundamental civil rights than the Director of 
the FBI. 







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^SFT te$ t(3r tinted February 1$ has been received 
u?twUa copy of the letter dfreeted bu yon on be- 
haJf of the Society of Former Special Agents of the Federal 
Eurcau of investigation^ Xno mf Ifew Orleam Chapter, to the 
Honorable Bale Bogg$ $ limber of Congreee* J also note that 
you /taw© very kindly directed identical letters to otfier 
nemberx of the Congress representing the state of Louisiana* 

Ton imw my heartfelt appreciation^ and that of 
my associates* for the eom:ien>h,tory references rfitah yon 
have nado to the aocmpl ishnonts of the P£I and my service 
as tt j Director* At a tttvo iften attacks are being leveled 
against this Bureau from sources whose motives denand care- 
fill scrutiny $ it is higtily encouraging to imoio that the 
members of your Chapter of the Society approve of the rmnnor 
in viitoh we are discharging otzr re-spam ibtl it tej m J ixze 
particularly heartened to note ttie ob-'eettee mnner in vihioh 
yon onphaatsed the role of the FBI in mint lining invest U 
jative corerane of criminal ami stivers fife activities affect- 
ing the internal security of our covntmK 

Ton iuzve my sincere tftan&pPfpr toft offer of 
support extended on behalf of thas matefcow ^of , yot^r Jeciety* 
and it is my earnest hope thattffo^mmjk - o£>MU liareau wtll 

almyc be iteservtng of yottr mqvnlufed^^ircbattQn^^ 

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Mr, John Edgar Hoover, Director 
Federal Bureau of Investigation 
Washington, B. C. 

Dear Mr. Hoover: 

I thought you might be interested in knowing 
that the New Orleans Chapter of the Society of Former 
Special Agents of the F.B.I., Inc. voted unanimously 
to send a personal letter, a copy of which Is enclosed 
herewith, to each member of Congress from Louisiana. 
You will observe that this letter is similar in many 
respects to the communication which the national organi- 
zation sent to President Truman recently. However, 
there is one fundamental difference. We feel that 
the F.B.I, should be permitted by law to tap telephone 
wires in all matters affecting national security and 
that Congress should pass adequate enabling legislation. 

As justifiable and warranted aa the bureau's 
present policy regarding wire tapping mayvvjjyi, we are 
of the opinion that the F.B.I. , stanq^l^gWS it does 
for Integrity and honor in law enJfd^cwnfont , should have 
the full power of the written law3^o sanction its 
operations and procedures. Thlr is the reason we 
believe it essential to endorse a proposal to amend the 
present law regarding wire tapping. ... - q p j_ /|0 

The Chapter has authorized me to extend you 
and the bureau our wholehearted support in your relent- 
less battle against the forces that seek to : destroy it v 
our nation. INDEXED - 21 " 



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February 15, 1950 



Honorable Hale Boggs 
Member of Cong re as 
House Office Building 
Washington* D. C* 

Dear Mr* Bogge: 

We are addressing this letter to you In your 
capacity as a representative of our State in Congress* 
The Hew Orleans Chapter of the Society of Former Special 
agents of the F.B.I., Inc. is made up of the local members 
of our national organisation of over 1600 men who formerly 
served as special agents of the F.B^£, We have in our 
membership men from all walks of life. A substantial 
percentage of our group is lawyers. 

Because of our past affiliation with the F.B.I. 
we are ever mindful of the Increasing dangers to our 
national security from forces both within and without 
our country. We are likewise vitally interested in 
seeing that our traditions of personal liberty and 
individual freedom are preserved and protected. Yet 
we recognise that our government has the duty of pro- 
tecting the security of our nation so that we can enjoy 
those very liberties and freedom^ - Wm believe our govern- 
ment has an obligation to use every means sanctioned by 
proper authority to defend and protect us from the enemies 
who seek to destroy our nation. One of the valuable 
weapons in the fight against espionage and other traitor- 
ous subversive activities is^sire tapping. As you know 
and we know our present law Wgarding wire tapping Is 
inadequate and needs revision. We feel that Congress 
should pass legislation to authorise wire tapping in 
all matters affecting our national security. Appro- 
priate restrictions and safeguards can be incorporated 
in the legislation to prevent the unwarranted use of 
wire taps. This progressive step should do much to 
dispel the cloud which has been placed over the F.B.I, 
by critics who would have you believe that the F.B.I, 
has been engaged in the unauthorised use of wire taps. 
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The Attorney General of the United States 
has very recently stated that the F.B.I, uses wire 
taps In national defense and kidnapping cases and 
then only upon his author! zati on *- This policy was 
approved by the late President Roosevelt in 1941, and 
has been followed consistently by the Attorneys General 
since that time* Under these circumstances, when the 
situation warranted, If the P,B*I, failed to avail 
itself of this method of obtaining Information in 
either national defense or kidnapping cases, it 
would be derelict in its public duty. The Joint 
Congressional Committee on the Investigation of the 
Pearl Harbor Attack, in its report to the Congress, 
after pointing out that Japanese diplomatic establish- 
ments on our mainland and Hawaii, had un censored chart* 
nele of communication with Tokyo up to the time of the 
attacks on Pearl Harbor, stated: "The situation should 
never again be permitted whereby the efforts of our 
government to combat forces inimical to our national 
security are hamstrung by restrictions of our own imposition 
which aid the enemy 1 *, 

We heartily subscribe to these views of that 
committee. 

We feel that recent criticism of the F#B»I**s 
wire tapping activities has lead to an entirely distorted 
conception in some quarters as to the extent of the wire 
tapping done by that agency* Many persons have been lead 
to believe that the F*B.I. has engaged in indiscriminate 
wire tapping to the detriment of many innocent persons* 
That also is not a fact* As Mr* J* Edgar Hoover recently 
stated publicly, the F.B.I* has less than 170 telephone 
taps in operation and all of these were used In Internal 
security investigations* When it is considered that the 
F.B.I, has thousands of cases under investigation at all 
times that small number of wire taps is indicative of 
the fact that wire tapping has not been used indiscrimi- 
nately by that agency* 

Today the F*B«X* stands as a symbol of integrity 
and efficiency in law enforcement. Interstate gangsterism 
and many types of vicious crimes, including kidnapping and 
bank robbery, have been sharply reduced as a result of the 
work of that agency. Through the police-training program 
of the F.B.I *, police organizations at the state and local 
level have made unprecedented advances during the past two 
decades* The war record of the F.B.I, is an excellent one* 
Not a single act of foreign inspired sabotage was committed 
In the United States during the last war, and many espionage 
agents and others intent upon wrecking our security we're 
uncovered and brought to justice* 



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We deem It moat regrettable that unwarranted 
attacks are being made on one of the most efficient 
agencies of our government. It Is not Improper to sug- 
gest that current criticism Is emanating from the same 
Individuals and groups who over many years have sought 
to undermine the federal Bureau of Investigation. Such 
criticism only Indicates a complete lack of concern for 
the fundamental security of this nation* We believe 
there naver has been a time in the history of this 
Republic that greater vigilance Is needed to Insure 
the Internal security of America. We are facing attacks 
from totalitarian forces of aggression in many quarters 
of the world* National ohaoa would result should we be 
called upon to meet these challenges with an Impotent 
F.B.I, and a public disunited by the Influence of sub- 
versive propoganda, sabotage and espionage. 

To those of us who have lived and worked in 
the F.B.I,, charges of the character being Impressed 
upon you are not merely unwarranted — they are outright 
lies. There Is today no public servant more vitally 
concerned in preserving our fundamental civil rights 
than the Director of the F.B.I. Our members are proud 
of their past service with the F.B.I, tfse are proud of 
the fact that we were able to take some part in the 
relentless fight made against domestic lawlessness! 
and subversive activities* We are proud that we dis- 
patched our duties without resorting to illegal tactics. 
And we are proud of the genuine confidence which the 
great bulk of the American people has In the F.B.I. 

We urge you to give this matter your personal 
attention and recommend your support of all measures to 
maintain and strengthen the F.S.I. as an efficient, 
fearless protector of our internal security. 

Very truly yours, 



Harold B, J^udell 
President 
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On. and Agricultural Properties 

H1BERN1A BANK BLDG. 
NEW ORLEANS 12. LA. 



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Dear Mr. Hoover: 

Thank you very much for your kind letter 
of February 24. The response to our letters to the 
Congressmen was most gratifying. Each letter is a 
tribute to the bureau and reflects the esteem in 
which you are held by the members of Congre^i^^.,.,.. 

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I have enclosed the letters bjrew$tll so " -^ 
that you might share the pleasure j*# i iJjHPln re**4ng 
them. After you have made sucit^s^oi' them]as^ou-|^ 

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February 17, 1950 



Mr. Harold B» Judell, President 

New Orleans Chapter 

Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI 

613 Hibernia Building 

New Orleans, Louisiana 

Dear Mr# Judell: 

Thank you very much for your letter of 
February 13, with reference to tiie work of the Federal 
Bureau of Investigation* 

I fully agree with you that the FBI has done 
and is continuing to do splendid work in exposing criminals, 
especially in connection with our national security. I do 
not believe, however, that there is any serious threat to 
the proper functioning of the agency. As a matter of fact, 
as you probably observed from the press, Mr. J. Edgar 
Hoover has been appearing before our Senate Committee to 
request additional funds for his agencyo He has made some 
startling revelations about the work of the FBI in connection 
with the National Security program. As a member of the 
■Senate Appropriations Committee, you may rest assured his 
request for additional funds will receive my full study and 
cons ideration* 

With kindest regards, and again thanking you for 
your interest, I am 

Sincerely yours, 

/s/ Allen J. Ellender 

ALLEN J. ELLENDER 
TJ, S. Senator 

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CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES 
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 
WASHINGTON, D. C« 

February 18, 1950 



Mr, Harold B. Judell 
613 Hibernia Building 
New Orleans, Louisiana 

Dear Mr. Judell: 

I thank yon for your letter with reference to the interest 
of the Society of Former Special Agents of the Federal 
Bureau of Investigation in maintaining and strengthening 
the F.E.I, as an efficient protector of internal security, 

I believe that the work of the F.B.I. Agents, under the able 
direction of Honorable J. Edgar Hoover, is an indispensable 
service to this country, particularly in times of many types 
of vicious crimes both against the person and the State, and 
I agree that it is most regrettable that the attacks made 
against the F.B.I, are not warranted* I feel that all 
measures to strengthen the F.B.I, are worthy of the utmost 
considerat ion* 

Very sincerely yours, 

/s/ E. E. Willis 

Edwin E. Willis, M. C. 




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Henry D. Larcade , Jr. Public Works Committee 

7th District, Louisiana 



Congress of the United States 
House of Representatives 
Washington, D. C. 



February SI, 1950 



Mr. Harold B. Judell, President 
Society of Former Special Agents, FBI 
New Orleans Chapter 
613 Hibernia Building 
New Orleans, Louisiana 

Dear Mr. Judell .* 

This will acknowledge receipt of your letter 
of February 13. with reference to the Federal Bureau of 
Investigation* 

I wqnt to thank you for writing me at length as 
you have regarding the Federal Bureau of Investigation* 
I am very glad to have this express ion from your 
organisation regarding the FBI and the fine work it has 
and is doing. Tou may be assured that I shall give my 
full support to the FBI. 

With Kindest regards, I am 

Sincerely yours, 

/s/ Henry D* Larcade, Jr., M.C. 

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CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES 
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 
WASHINGTON, D. C. 

February 17, 1950 



Mr. Harold B. Judell 

President, New Orleans Chapter 

Society of Former Special Agents of the 

Federal Bureau of Investigation, Inc. 

613 Hibemia Building 

New Orleans, Louisiana 

Dear Mr. Judell: 

Thank you very much for your letter of February 13 
in which you express the views of your Organization concer- 
ning the activities of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. 

I appreciate having this expression from you and find 
a great deal of merit in your comments* I feel, as do most 
Americans, that the work of the Federal Bureau of Investigation 
is superlative in its field, and much good comes from the Bureaus 
relentless fight for the protection of America and its citizens. 
Your recommendations with respect to activities of the Federal 
Bureau of Investigation are noted and will have my very best 
co ns id erati on. 

Glad to have heard from you, and with kindest regards 
and best wishes, I remain 

Sincerely yours, 

/s/ Otto E. Passman 

OTTO E. PASSMAN 
>er of Congress 




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CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES 
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 
WASHINGTON, D, C. 



February 16, 1950 



Mr. Harold B. Judell, President 

New Orleans Chapter 

Society of Former Special Agents 

of the Federal Bureau of Investigation 
613 Hibernia Building 
New Orleans, Louisiana 

My dear Mr, Judell: 

I want you to know I am most appreciative of your 
letter of February 13. Let me say further that the great 
Federal Bureau of Investigation needs no defense in my 
thinking* In my judgment the FBI is without exception the 
most outstanding agency in the federal government. 

I not only am opposed to weakening this vital agency 
but I am actively supporting legislation now providing for 
additional aids and whatever further security legislation 
is deemed necessary by the Department of Justice* 

I, too, am proud of the genuine confidence which 
the vast majority of the American people has in the FBI* 

With best wishes, I am 

Sincerely, 

/s/ Hale Boggs 

HALE BOGGS, M. C. 



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CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES 
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 
WASHINGTON, D. C. 

February 18, 19 50 



Mr. Harold B. Judell, President 
Society of Former Special Agents of 

the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Inc. 
New Orleans Chapter 
613 Hibernia Building 
New Orleans, Louisiana 

Dear Mr. Judell: 

Thank you very much for your letter of February 13* 

I assure you I am in full accord with your observa- 
tions. I am very sympathetic towards the F.B.I, and the fine work 
which it has done in the past. 

Please know that you may depend upon my cooperation. 
With kindest regards, I m 

Sincerely yours, 
/s/ F. Edw. Hebert 
F. Edw. Hebert 

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Congress of the United States 

House of Representatives 
Washington, D* C* 

February 17, 1950 



Mr* Harold B m Judell, President 
Society of Former Special Agents 
Federal Bureau of Investigation, Inc* 
New Orleans Chapter 
613 Hi hernia Building 
New Orleans, Louisiana 

Dear Mr* Judell* 

This acknowledges receipt of your letter 
of February 13th, written at great length and in 
support of all measures "to maintain and strengthen 
the F*B*I* as an effici ent, fearless protector of our 
internal security*" Tou also enclose an article by 
Thomas M. McDade entitled "The Most Carefully 
Selected Men in the World," X a% glad to have this 
information; and you may rest assured the recommendations 
of the New Orleans Chapter are receiving my most 
careful consideration* 

Sincerely yours, 



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Oil and Agricultural Properties 

Bibernia Bank Building 

New Orleans 12, Louisiana 

Dear Ur* Judellt 

I want to express my sincere thanks for 
your letter of March 7 $ enclosing the communications 
addressed to you by members of the Congress , with 
respect to my administration of the FBI* 

It is a source of inspiration to all of us 
in the Bureau to have the support and confidence of 
these public officials. I am also deeply grateful 
for the continued friendly (interest displayed byt r £he 
new Orleans Chapter of the Society of Tomer Sjyeiial 
Agents of the Federal Bureau of invest t gat ton • -It $& 
the desire of my associates that our effort* wifl 
never fail to deserve the high regard and approbation 
of the American people to whom our services are^T 
wholly dedicated* 



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The letters which you forwarded are biing 
returned to you with my gratitude for the thou^ts,: 
which prompted you to make them available* 



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J. IS gar Hoover 

fvlAK 16 !9KT.Pi ?/»?,.„ 

i cm jFf tttfjJhylffZi entered on duty 6-26*?3&j Jfes^gned 
st efficVene% Suiting Good. In letted €tf £-24*50, 

he was thanked fojfrAirectiirg t&tt&rs to member^ iq^ fhecjjcngress 
in support of the jfvPefffcpTi. Enclosures being zretu$nea\i are 
letters addressed to^&tt^QlVlby Allen J. Ellen^Ler^ knifed 
States Senate; Edwin E. Willis, Henry D. Larcade&Jr^, 



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Washington, D # C. 
January 25, 1950 



Dear Mr. Hoover: 
xl I an enclosing a copy of a 

> letter sent by the Society of Former Special 

Agents/of the FBT to ^resident Truman on 

January 25, 1950. 

I trust that this communi cation fri.ll be 



^ of interest to you. 

' Warmest personal regards. 



Sincerely yours, 

/s/ Charles 0. HLaisd< 



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President 

Society of Foroier Special Agen 

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Dear Mr, Blaisdell: 

^S Tour letter of Janu ary 2 5. l-y r was 

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ogether with 

(Yk a copy of your release concerning the telegram 

v which was directed to the President of the United 

Q\ States by the Society of Former Special Agents of 

the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Ino # 

^ It is most e cour aging to know that the 

\^ officers and members of the Society approve of the 

X manner in which the Bureau is discharging its respon- 

sibilities in matters affecting the internal seucrity ^g 

$ of our country* 

■■'* You have my sincere thanks for the 

spirit of cooperation and support which has been 
manifested by your organization, and I hope that 
the work of the FBI will always be deserving of 
your complete approval* 

q Sincerely yours, 

J. Edgar Hoover 

co - New York 

NOTE: Mr* Blai sdell is a former S pecial Agent - EOD 

I 1 Reaigned l l and his las t efficiency 

report was excellent* This letter is based on an artiole 
from the Washington Post on 1-26-50 under ihe letterhead 
Former FHE Agents assail (National Lawyers ) Guild 
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J advised Frip Flanagan the Director would be very 
glad J or the Washington Chapter of the^hociety of Former 
SA's/to hold a meeting with their sons at Quantico on 
ifay 20* They will go to Quantico in thei r own c ars: their 
\plan ie to arrive at 10:00 A* If* -r^~ — — 




J told him we would arrange for a firearms demonstration. 
We could also have a Jufutsu demonstration for the boys} that they 
could have lunch at the Academy and it would be jtJ^2Q-ggr_ person* 
After lunch we would take them on a tour of the building* ffe was 
very enthusiastic about this and stated that he would let us know 
a week ahead of time as to the number* ffe subsequently called back 
to inquire as to whether former Special Agents who did not have 
boys of their own could bring a neighborhood boy* I told him this 
would be satisfactory as long as we kept it a stag affair* 



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Honorable J. Edgar Hoover 

Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation 

Washington, D* C* 



Dear Ur« Hoover; 

I enclose copy of a letter iddch is self-explanatory. 

Best wishes, 

Sincerely, 



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February 18, l?5o 



Honorable Allen J* Ellender 

Senate Office Building 

Washington, D. C [ 

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Dear Allen: 

Harold B. Judell, who is presently chairman of the local chapter 
of our Society of Former Special Agents of the Federal Bureau 
of Investigation, addressed to you a letter under date of 
February 13th. I won't go into any detail in regard to the 
subject matter, because he has covered every phade that I could 
rthink of in a very excellent manner, I simply want to endorse 
the letter in its entirety. 

So that perhaps you nay understand a little more fully the senti- 
ment of our members on this question, X would like to say that 
our full membership met and si sc us sod in detail the matter of 
wire tapping, that has, in the last few weeks, been the subject 
of many newspaper articles . You understand, I am sure, that 
the members I speak of have all served as age*ts of the FBI. 
for various periods* Personally , I was an agent of this organisation 
for nearly eleven years. 

We believe that nothing mould justify the enactment of legisla- 
tion to hinder envestigation of our F. B. I. in the matter of 
national security. It is the personal opinion of the writer 
that every true America^, deep down in his heart, must agree 
that the matter «f wire tapping, when necessary for the preser- 
vation of our government in its fight against subversive activ- 
ities, is surely justified, and it is our hope that you, Senator 
Long, and all the members of the Louisiana delegation in 
Washington will support these views. 

Personally, I havelknsmn^JX r fdgar Hoover for many years, and 
worked with him during World War I. I know him to be an out- 
standing American, and probably the most efficient director of 
the T.B.I, since its organisation. I believe that any interfer- 
ence with Mr. Hoover, in his sincere desire to protect our coun- 
try, and to unmask the amende s who are fighting from within our 
country, would be a national catastrophe. I beg of you, there- 
fore, to do all in your power to cooperate with that splendid 
organization headed by Mr. Hoover. 




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Honorable Allen J. Ellender 

February 18, 1950 
Page 2 



Because of our long friendship, I |elt free to write you in this 
manner, and I have faith that you will do the right thing. 



With best wishes, 



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former SA TripjKflanagan, presently General Counsel with 
the Senate Investigating Committee, advised me that several 
members of the association of former Special Agents had indicated? 
to him a desire to have a father and son affair and they wonderel 
if they could go to Quantico some day, take the boys on a tour *__ 
of our facilities there, have a firearms demonstration and possibl y 
have a demonstration on jujutsu, Have * lunch and then return 



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After the Director approved the idea Mr* Clegg advised ihoA : 
we would have In-Service classes at Quantico on Saturday Hay BO >W^?y 
an d June 3* I advised Flanagan that we would be very gla^to~md1ul\ 
arrangements for the tour on either of these two dates; that we would 
like to ftat?« ample notice as to the day they would be down in order 
that arrangements could be made for lunch* I told him that the 
normal charge for lunches would be all that would be involved* 

As soon as they advise us when they would like to take this 
tour we can then work out a program* I think this has several very 
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along with a judo demonstration* on Saturday, 
preparing for it now so this will be a top flig 
the former Special Agents and their sons who will visit Quantico 
that day* 



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T0 '* Director, FBI 
FROij^sAC, Houston 

subject: SPEAKING ENGAGEMENT 
HOUSTON DIVISION 



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At the request of former Special Agent James H. Kerr, Jr., 
President of the Houston Chapter, Society of Former 
Special Agents of the FBI, I attended a luncheon given 
by this Society on May 17, 1950 and gave a short talk. 

It is requested this office be given credit for a 
speaking engagement. 

This group of former Agents in Houston appears to be 
quite substantial and very friendly toward the Bureau. 
I feel they are a potential source of assistance to 
the Bureau in the event their various talents are needed. 

Among the more prominent members of the Society are: 



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Qlavln. 
Mr. Ladd 



Mr. Nichols^ 
ur. Rosen 



Mr. Tracy_ 

Mr. Eg&n 

Mr. Gurnaa 
Ur. HarboJ 
Mr, Mohr 



iagan phoned me -this morning. He stated they 
already haj5e\ 94 persons signed up for the trip to Quantico 
on Saturday morning. They contemplate meeting at the Washing- 
ton Monument at 8:45 AM and arriving at Quantico at 10:00 AM. 
There will probably be more and he will let me have the final 
figure tomorrow* 

In line with our conversation I am planning on goi ng down 
to Quantico on Saturday morning. I have already talked to\ 
and a special program has been arranged for them. 



Mr^ Penningwn_ 
Ur. Qulmi ?um 

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Mr, Nease 

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of the 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, INC. 




May 22, 1950 



Honorable John Edgar Hoover 

Director 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 

Washington 25, D. C. £p 

Sear Mr. Hoover: *S OClEry Of TomEfr K 



I wish to extend the sincere thanks of our entire member- 
ship for your courtesy in making it possible for us to have our 
Father and Sons Day at Quantico last Saturday. The former agents, 
their sons, and young guests who were at Quantico will long remember 
that grand occasion. 

The FBI Academy at Quantico revived many fond memories 
for those of us who have been in the Bureau. The opportunity to 
visit our old alma mater was more than a day of entertainment. It 
vent a long way toward building closer friendship and understanding 
between the boys and their Dads, and helped to strengthen the bonds 
of loyalty which exist between the Bureau and its former agents. 
Since Saturday I have had occasio^uQMQAiscuss this matter with many 
of the Chapter members and »th^\rF*unanimous in their agreement 
that this was one of tte 
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our appre ciation 

and the^embers of his 
staff who did a magnificent job in making the cto j& real success. I 
sincerely hope there will be other occasions whgn jSie Society may 
assist in fostering the common interests which exist between the FBI 
and those of us who were privileged to have served with you in the 
past. 







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DATE: May 25, 1950 



SUBJECT : 



w Reference is made to the attached letter from the 
Houston Office dated May lb, 1°50, wherein SAC Lorton slates 
that he attended and gave a short talk at a luncheon offthe 
Houston Chapter of the/ Society of Fcrmer Special Agents! of 

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This is the first advice the Bureau has had that the 
SAC intended to speak before this organization and Lorton did 
not clear the matter with the Bureau fi)A» Accordingly, Mr. 
McOuire spoke with him on the phone and instructed that in the 
future in every instance ha claar t.h»s« matt*™ with th» n.n^s.t,. 
Lorton stated thajj 



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lunch and joined him and found that they were f^oin^ to meet with 
the Former OpeAAty of Special Agents, Lorton states there were 
approximately 30 former agents at the luncheon and he was in- 
troduced to the proup inasraich as he is new as SAC in that area, 
and that he only spoke for two to three minutes, and that the 
whole natter was more in the nature of an introduction. Lorton 
was advised that none the less the Bureau specifically wanted him 
in every instance to obtain Bureau authority before he attends 
or arrna^es to make any appearances before the Society of Former 
Special agents. 



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Tour kind letter of May 22 hoe been 
received, and it wo* meet thoughtful of you to 
make reference to i&e courtesies which me of 
the FBI were happy to extend to wwnbero of the 
Society of ?ormr Special Agents $ their 9 one and 
guest e when they visited Quanttco recently* 

T em happy to know that your associates 
and you enjoyed your visit at the FBT Academy and 
you nay be sure that the continued interest and 
confidence in the Bureau en the part of these 
membere of the Society are uoet welcome* 

Assistant Director fftchols and Special 
Agent in Charge Sloan considered it a privilege 
to do everything possible to make your visit an 
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Dear Mr. Hoover: 

I was pleased to learn of the recognition and honor fcfiven you by Masonry 
in Hew York recently and, as a 32° Mason fromr 



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work and the thought occ 
valuable contact. 

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At a dinner meeting of the Society of Former Special* Agents of the Federal 
Bureau of Investigation last evening » I mentioned the possibi lity ojjjwrit- 
ing you along this line. I I this action 

is taken with the approval of the Chapter and with the further assurance 
that, if we can be of any assistance to you or the Bureau, we- s-4lnd* 3 £fe&dy 
at all times. Each of us has the highest personaL regard forJthe^dsYS&Hdfc 
service and loyalty you have given the Bureau and our Government -for 
many years. 

With personal regards and best wishes, I am, 

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J7i«rc fa attached hereto for record purposes, 
a 2i*t 0/ thff former agents who visited Quantico with their 
sons on Saturday, May 30. There were approximately 114 in 
all. There was a great amount of enthusiasm on the part of 
the former agents, Mr. Sloan did an exceedingly good Job* 
I think the whole thing was very much worthwhile* 

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FORMER G-MEN— Nine of the former FBI men who have formed a central Ohio organization are 
shown here. Left to right: (standing) Safety Director Donald D. Cook; William J. Lohr, president, 
afrd Sam L Devine; (seated} Richard C. Saxton, Frederick P. Kopp, Carl E. Stanford, Oliver C. 
Brutf^, Daniel I. Rosenthal and^George A. Schwer.— Journal Photo. 



FORMER AGENTS OF FBI 
HERE PICK LOHR CHIEF 



Eighteen Columbus and central 
Ohio former FBI agents have 
formed a Columbus chapter of the 
Society of Former Special Agents 
of the FBI. 

Nine of the group, meeting at 
the Columbus Athletic Club, elected 
William J. Lohr, 208 Erie Rd., gen- 
eral manager of Harris, Inc., 200 
E. Long St., as president. 

JThe aim of the chapter will be 
to>fturtb.er co-operation between 
locafWoJiee authorities and the 
FederafeiBureau of Investigation, 



and make former agents' per- 
sonal resources available to the 
Civil Defense program. 

Other members of the group are. 
Safety Director fyafr$ D. Cook, 
Sam L. Devin0B^Hpnck P. Kopp, ' 
Carl E. |*t^fep0, R. Brook Allo- 
wayi^Aw&iraV^ L. Hughes, Harry 
^f$Mer^ajra Bruce G. Lynn, all 
flPColumbus; Common Pleas Judge 
James F. Bell of London; Richard 
C. Saxton, Chillicothe; Oliver C. 
Brumm, Daniel I. Rosentlltl, 
George A. Schwer, Charles E. F*, 
Elmond L. Martin and Louis S. 
Fitel, all of Springfield, and MaT- 
vin W. Lewis, Zanesville. * 



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Recently, Mr. FRANCIS PARKER, former Special Agent of this Bureau, 
called at the Detroit Division in person to advise that he had 
addressed letters to the Honorable G. MENNEN YillilAMS, Governor 
of the State of Michigan, and the Honorable ALBERT E. C0B0, Mayor 
of the City of Detroit, in which he has offered the services of 
the Michigan Chafer of thl^^&sAgents Association during the 
current emergency* 

Mr. PARKER advised that he signed these letters in his official 
capacity as President of the Michigan Chapter of this association. 
He said his action was predicated upon a resolution passed recently 
by the Michigan Chapter. In addition, Mr. PARKER pointed out that 
the organization contemplates assisting the mayor and the governor 
primarily in an advisory capacity. 

Mr* PARKER stated that it is not anticipated at this time that any 
members of the Michigan Chapter of the Ex-Agents Organization will 
make any public addresses nor is it contemplated that anything will 
be said or done which will in any way embarrass the Bureau* 

This is for the Bureau's information* Unless advised to the con- 
trary, however, no action is contemplated by this office* 

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August 11, 1950 



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Former Special Agent Charle^TttJlaisdell/ who is presently prj a-et-tctng — 
law in New York and is the President of the Former Agents Society, called 
me today. You will recall having had a personal interview with him some 
weeks ago. Blaisdell stated that he will be in Washington next Tuesday and 
Wednesday and, if possible, would like to come in and see you for a few 
minutes or talk to someone that you might designate. He stated he has received 
numerous inquiries from various chapters of the Former Agents Society wanting 
to know what the Society is doing and planning along the lines of cooperation 
with the Bureau in connection with the present national emergency. He stated 
that it has come to his attention that several members of the Society are 
interested in coming back to the Bureau if the Bureau would be interested in 
having them. He understands, of course, that all such individuals need do is 
file an application if they are interested in coming back to the Bureau. The 
purpose of his interview down here next week woulfl^S^e to get some positive 
answer which he might definitely give the membelSxtf the society as to what 
the Society can do to aid the Bureau. I explained your absence to him and told 
him I was certain you would designate someVWe to discuss the matter with him 
and he indicated he would call at the Direc^y*s Office next Wednesday morning 
at ten o'clock for this purpose. Cm -^ -*■- " "'""'* 

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At the same time, Mr. Blaisdell advised -that in the past you have 
been invited on one or two occasions to be the honor guest at the annual xfciriner 
which is held in New York by that organization. He stated there has been a 
tremendous demand by the members of the Society that every effort be made 
to get you to attend their annual dinner, which will be held around the middle 
of November, and address the Society at that time. Blaisdell stated that they 
are particularly anxious for you to be able to do this in view of their tremen- 
dous admiration for you and in view of the national emergency. He also pointed 
out that he thought this would go a long way toward bringing about the elimination 
of some of the unfavorable aspects of the Society which have been distasteful 
to this Bureau in the past. I told Blaisdell that certainly I would telllyou that 
they were interested in having you attend their banquet and then^^JiH^pfcrse, if 
they desire to extend to you an invitation, that was up to them. >f advised 
that I did know that it had been necessary for you to decline to ace 
engagements at this time and for a long time past in view of the t] 
pressure of work but I was sure if the invitation was extended to you you would 
give it your thorough consideration. No action is required in this regard at 
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Agent and I believe a great admirer of the Bureau and it is ray understanding 
he has made a sincere effort to get rid of the undesirable element of the 
Former Agents Society and develop it into a sound organization. 

RECOMMENDATION: 



It is recommended that when Blaisdell calls at your office next 
Wednesday morning, he be referred to one of the Assistant Directors, 
preferably Mr. Glavin, and unless advised to the contrary this will be 
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Mr, Charles 0. Blaisdell ;' 
President 

Society of Former Special Agents of the 
Federal Bureau of Investigation, Inc. 
Room 903 
70 Pine Street 
New York 5, New York 

Dear Mr. Blaisdell j 

Upon my return to the city, Mr. W. R, 
Glavin Mentioned to me his recent talk with you. 
I appreciate your invitation to address the 
j Society, of Former Special Aaentsjof the Federal 
Bureau of investigation, Incorporated at your 
annual banquet. 

I know you will understand that the 
extremely heavy pressure of my official schedule 
in these critical times precludes me from indi- 
cating an acceptanco. The same is true with 
respect to my assistants in Washington and New 
York. 



Sincerely yours, 



J. Edgar Hoover 

cc - New York 

ATTENTION SAC; Blaisdell visit the Bi ^^ 
8-16-50 and extedded an invitation ffij>*tflBr!i ff or 




you to speak at the annual banqjbt o§tne Society of 
Former, Special Agents of the SJeral Bureau of Invest i. 
gation, Inc. 

NOTE j Former SA Blaisdell E0P | "I resigned 

and his last efficiency rating was EXCELUENT. 



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subject,- CHARLES BI^ISBELL * 

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Special Agents of the FBI ( 

Reference is made to Mr, Mease l s memorandum of Auousi 1' 
to the Director concerning the above-mentioned former Special Aoel 
mho im® deatroua of discussing certain matters concerning ike * 

Tomer Agents Society with a representative- of the Bureau at the <*«* 

time he was im Washington, Blaisdell called at my office as pre- 4m . 

mously arranged on the morning of Wednesday, ■ August 1.6* Mr, MaiMeU 
P"!f\ wl t& m ® * ftat *« had received a number of requests from members 
i */ th* former Agent* Stciety as to whether the Society could bt , any 
l^assisimnee to the Bureau in the -.present critical situation. Be stated 
■ th-Qt he kntw personally a number of member® of the Society mho mould 

be mmi happy to as&i&t the Bureau in any may possible at this time. 

I pointed out to Mr* Blaisdell that the Bureau wa® not makina 
..■my ^pprmeh to any. outstde organisation, requesting that it 9 member* 

Immsidwr employment in the- Bureun* I pointed out further to him' that 
.tn-th* e-mnt any former Special Agents presently members 0/ the- Society 
mem mmr®m ef- being considered for re-appaintuent as Ag*nts in the 
Smrmm^ thtjireetor rouiti be m.ost happy to consider their applications 
for reinstatement m tubmitUd and that each case mould b® decided on 



to the society recruiting it* mtmber* and that no Mock appointment*"' 



thai there were $ome members &f th® Agent* Society mho mould not' under 
T4f CK %l G Z a t im / h € <*»*"•«*/«• ^appointment in the Bur-eZXTe-Z 



Society mere milling and anxious to b* of ami-stance to the Bureau at 
thia or at any other period $/■ emergency + . ^ af eau az 

** v & pointed out that in the 9 vent Mere are bombinas <rr§3L*it 

ottac* Wen the ccuntry at any time that he knvm the wemb&t of the 
Society will pMce tnemselm^ at the Director's aiapotal, kea could 

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?'!." f ftGt . caMic £r*KandUd informally for the Bureau by ^ifh^r him- 



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ana mould n-rnhtihl n innnli*** ■**>« b.,. ,..».-.., -*« ., _ _ . '^ , ^ ««■*.»*«.« 



with certain disgruntled former Special Agents. I pointed out to 



/or ftia ««*;>« raAip connittee to /*»d out whether a «an r«*<pned" poltm-- 

tariiy or ©as- di«|$sed or dfacAarped, since Jprf«nitf tA«t «»»« 

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appear to me tAat tAe se^ersftlp committer should hum gimm c&n*idefo 

tion to such document® in the past* 

Mr. Blaiadell further pointed out to me that he A«d r^mimd 
{inquiries from a number of member® of the SocUty a* to whether this " 
icould be utilised by the intelligence services of the armed f&rm&f 
Jlfr. Blaiadell stated that he wa® wondering whether the Bureau would 
Via Ve any objection® to member® of the. Society considering appointment* 
iin the military intelligence and naml intelligence services, Z-.&&24 
Mr. Blaiadell that, of course^ these men are ne longer in the mr&um 
and what they do o,n their own is of no concern to the Mmr®mu and th*'-'' 
Bureau was not in -any position to tell them they should er @h®m2d n#t' 
endeavar to- secure such ■ appointment »* 

■ Blaiadell also commented concerning the possibility of fft.e "' ■ 
Director addressing the members of the Society at their annual dimmr* 
I expreasea the Director's regret®^ pointing out that hia commitments 



mould not permit his acceptance of such an invitation, Blaiadell was 

wondering whether the Director would haue any objection to another repre- 
sentative from the Seat of Government addressing the members of the 
Society at their annual banquet or whether SAC Scheldt of the Mem fork 
Division could make such an address* J pointed out to Blaiadell that, 

as he undoubtedly knern-^ the Bureau mas tremendously bu^y at this time 
and I doubted whether officials at the Seat of Government mould have 
time to fulfil such an engagement* Me did want me to mentiQn this matter 
to the Director however* J told him J would* — ^ ** 

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lie also was high in his praise of the Father and Son 'Stay of 
which the Director had approved for members of the Society at Quant I cq . 



tmeen present Bureau Agents and former Agents in the various diwisi&nal 

territories in the field* Ee stated that there are local chapter®, of / 
the Society in many cities in the country and. he mas hopeful that at v 
some time in the not too distant future Agents in Charge of eur mrism t 
diuimonal offices mould be able to appear at luncheon® held by them- 
chapters and perhaps say a fern words at those luncheons* 



Blaiadell wa$ highly commendatory of the Director during hi$r>- 
vfeit with me and he pointed out that he was very hopeful that during- ■. ■ 
thA term, of Presidency he could de something to bring the Soetttg mnd / 
\the\Bureau closer tageth$rf that insofar a$ the majority 0/ the m$mb@rw 
of i%e Society ar$ concerned^, they are entirely loyal to the. Mmet&r': , 
and \he Bureau^ and he feel9 that the m@m.ber& of the Society mould h«'.'- . 
willing tQ volunteer to assist the Bureau in. any future emergency*- 

~^^^J 1 thanked Mr* Blai^d^ll for his interest ®m.d ccurt0~-*u tm. , 
droppT)t$**i>ijthe Bureau and told him. that I urotUd pass on to the Di» *^ 

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(Elected November, 1949) 



President 

CHARLES <). UI.AISniBI.Ij 



First Vice President 

JOHN L. 1IARUIOAN 

Second Vice President 

KOI'.EKT H, HICKS 

Third Vice President 

I!. DOWNEY JUCE 

Fourth Vice President 

ARTHUR JT. CROWIj 



Secretary 

J. LEWIS AM US 



Treasurer 

THOMAS M. M^DADE 



Executive Committee 

JEROME F. CARNEY HENRY ]• DOL \N 

EDWARD E. CON ROY JOHN W. VINCENT 

MORSE J. CONROlf UUtiKNK M. WARD 



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CHAPTER COMMITTEE 

ALFRED 11. JIKUKV, Chairman 

Itaihvay Express Agency, Inc. 

Security 1 Jivission, Geul. Claim l>e]'t. 

212 East 13rd Stivet, New York, N. Y. 

Phone: MIT fi- 71*00 



ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE 

WILLIAM 1). DIJN.YK, Chairman 

lilaisdel] & Dunne 

3-17 Madison Avenue, New York 17, X. V. 

Phono: Mi.' (S-5121 



MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE 

HOWARD V. ROSS, Cli airman 

Simpson, Thachor &, Bnrllelt 

aJ5<), 120 Jtroiulwjiy, New York 5, N. 1. 

J'hom-: WO 4-lilOO 



PLACEMENT COMMITTEE 

JOHN F. EL1CI1, Chairman 

Sperry Oyroseope Company, Security Division 

Omit Neck, L. I., X. i'. l'liono : FI 7-3000 



PUBLICATIONS COMMITTEE 

ROBERT W. DICK, Chairman 

00 John Street, Room 1202, New York 7, X. Y. 

Phone: HA 2-9420 



PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE 

JOHN (.;. KEEN AX, Chairman 

Alexander & Keenuu 

42 Broadway, New York 4, N. T. 

Phone: WH 4-2212 



CHAPTERS 
Los Angeles, California 



Chairman 

Everett W. I J row n 

1025 North Highland 
Ave., Hollywood, Calif. 
Phone:. HI-70S4 



Secretary 

Houston H. Slatr 
030 South Spring St. 
Los Angeles 14, Calif. 
Phone: VA-1336 



MEET— Every two months; locations vary. 
San Francisco, California 



Chairman 

Nicholas Ataga 
345 Franklin St. 
San Francisco, Calif. 
Phone: Hemlock 1-74.S3 



Secretary 

1'eter A. Ribar 
190S Filbert St. 
San Fnniciseo 23, Cal. 
Phone: West 1-3DS7 



MEET — Second Tuesday Of each month Fly Trap 
Restaurant, 73 Sutter Street, San Francisco, 
Calif. 

Bridgeport, Connecticut 



Chairman 

Frank J. Whelan 
603 Central Ave. 
New Haven 15, Conn. 
Phone: N.H. 7-0863 



Secretary 

Leonard P. Johnson 
157 Church Street 
New Haven, Conn. 
Flume: N.H. 6-9010 



MEET— Various times — Various places. 

Washington, D. C 



Chairman 

Francis D. Flanagan 
3030 Whitehaven Pkwy. 

N.W. 
Washington, T). C. 
Phone : Woodley 11474 

MEET— Co it tact Secret a ry , 



Secretary 

Leonard R. Viner 
735 Lamont St., N\V 
Washington, ]). C. 
Tlione: Randolph S000 



Miami, Florida 



Chairman 

Elmer Gross 
Res. 3120 Lueayti Street 
Miami, Fla. 
Phone: (48-5234) 



Secretary 

Elmer Gross 
3120 Lucaya St. 
Miami, Fla. 
Phone: 48-5234 



MEET — Different yhice — no definite time set. 



Chairman 

Felix O. Cox 
702 IIumk-IIowoII Bldg 
A tin ii tti X (in. 
Phone: LA 4118 



CHAPTERS (Cont'd) 
Atlanta, Ga. 

8«c rotary 

Ward Wight, Jr. 
202 Henly Building 
Atlanta, Ga. 
I'll one: LA 7585 



MEET— Second Monday night, each quarter Jan. 
April, July, Oct. 

Chicago, Illinois 

LT. WILLIAM S. DEVEREAUX 
Chairman Secretary 

John A. Lynch j;„-k T. Ryan 

Sir) Wnlden Lane <t.S21 N. Hiimiltou 

Lake Forest, III. Chicago, 111. 

Phone: l.k. n:i7 Phone: Ambassador 

2-5027 
MEET- Quarterly -Merchandise Mart— «:30 I'.M. 



(Chairman 

Paul Hanson 
:!1H) Enjdo Punk lid. 
LouiMville 1,'i, Ry. 
Phone: MA :W!)S-,1 



Louisville, Kentucky 



Secretary 

James U. Young 
">14 Mover Road 
Louisville, Ky. 
Phone: TA 7024 



MEET No wpevined time or place. 



New Orleans, La. 



Chairman 

Dudley 0. Foley, Jr. 
[Sits, 505 Caronilolet 

Bhlg. 
New Orleans 12, La. 
Plione: Magnolia 1048 



Hwretary 

Harold IJ. Judell 
(ll-'i Ifibernia Bank 

Building 
New Orleans, La. 
Phone: CA S)6«8 



MEET— Third Tuesday of January. April. July mid 
October. These meetings are held at Interna- 
tional House nt <U0 P.M. Luncheon each month 
when possible In get the members together. 



CHAPTERS (Cont'd) 
Boston, Massachusetts 



Chairman 

Arthur IS. Haley 

WlfMS, S5 Court Street 

Boston, Mass. 

Pltonv: LA 3-5B16 
MEET — -Second Tuesdays of 
October and December 



Province St., Boston- 
ner 6:M0 P.M. 



Secretary 

Williiini It. Ilulbert, 
84 Slate Street 
Boston 0, Muss. 
Phone; LA ,'t-7.'J4» 
February, April, Ju 
The Smorgasbord. 



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Detroit, Michigan 



Chairman 

William .(. (jninii 
11)235 Stratford Komi 
Detroit. 21, Mich. 
Phone: Univ. 4-4183 



Sfffrtiiry 
I'eler ll. Luryess 
841 ISallour Koad 
Orossr Poime Park 3b 

Mich. 

Phone : Tuxedo 5 2022 
MEET— Irregular or scheduled :is convenient.. 



Kansas City, Missouri 



Chairman 

John A. Morrison 

Bus. 1701 Bryant Illdff. 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Phone: VI rail) 

MEET— Second Monday of 
ginning with January 



Secretary 

Leslie Murphy 
Res. 5147 Maple Street 
Mission, Kauris 
Phone: HE 1221 
every other month be 
of each year held at 



Hotel President, Kansas City, Mo. at « P.M 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Chairman Secretary 

«ene E. Strong Robert W. Herr 

721 Olive Street. Siu olive Street, 

St. Louis, Mo. st. Louis. Mo. 

Thotie: MAtn 4142 Phone: CH 2242 

MEET— Weekly luncheon meetings, Tuesday 12:*!<) 
P.M., Leonard's Restaurant. 117 Not (h ' Ei-hth 
St. Quarterly dinner meetings. 4th Thursday. 
Jan., April, July and Oct. Belvedere Joe's. Brent- 
wood Blvd. tit Eager lid, 



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Omaha, Nebraska 

Chairman Secretary 

Leslie 1). Carter James R. McGreevey 

«00 Kef line Bldg. 618 Keeline Bldg. 

Omaha, Nebr. Omaha, Nebr. 

Phone: AT 5311 J A 4570 

MEET Castle Hotel, 033 8. 16th St., Omaha, Neb. 
(Quarterly). 

Newark, New Jersey 



Chairman 

Ralph Batch 

C-02 

State Highway 25 

Newark, N. J. 

Phone: Biglow 8-2200 
MEET — Monthly nt members' homes. 



Secretary 

Raymond Connell, Esq. 
6 S. FnHerton Ovenue 
Montclolr, N. J. 
Phone: Montclair 
3-2287 



Buffalo, New York 



Chairman 

Arthur C. Rutsien 
Rudolph Wurlitier Co. 
No. Tonnwandn. N. Y. 
Phone: Tona. 2500 



Secretary 

Hobart H. Rockwell 
1315 Genesee Rldg. 
1 Genesee Street 
Buffalo, N. T. 
Phone: WA 0870 
MEET — Crotty's Pence Pipe Restaurant, 47 Niagara 
Street, Buffalo, N. Y. Every Wednesday 12:15 
P.M. 

Cincinnati, Ohio 



Chairman 

George W. Rose 
The Kroger Co. 
35 E. Seventh Street 
Cincinnati 2, Ohio 
Phone: DU 8000 



Secretary 

Herbert Ostendarp 
Cincinnati Cut Flower 
Exchange, 15 W. 3rd 

St. 
Cincinnati 2, Ohio 
MA 1002 



Chairman 

Robert G. Boes 
3016 Terminal Tower 
Cleveland 1, Ohio 
Phone: MA 0000 



MEET — Luncheon meeting on call of Chnirmnn, 



CHAPTERS (Cont'd) 
Cleveland, Ohio 

Secretary 



David L. Buchanan 
1614 Rockefeller Rldg. 
Cleveland, Ohio 
Phone: CH 1069 



MEET — Quarterly meetings held at Hotel Carter ns 
arranged. Call Secretary for dates of meetings. 

Tulsa, Oklahoma 

Chairman Secretary 

n. R. (Hal) Sundvahl Forney Hutchinson, Jr. 

8165 E. 5th Place 211(1 E. ]8th St. 

Tnlsa, Okla. Tulsa, Okla. 

Phone: 9-4046 Phone: 7-3621 
MEET — First Thursday every mouth at 40 & 8 club 
rooms, Tulsa, Okla. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Secretary 

Edgar A. Jones 
Alrien Park Manor 
Philadelphia 44. Pn. 
Phone: Tenn. 0-4705 

nt University Club, 16th 



Chairman 

Charles A. Gannon 

113 Chestnut Street 

Philadelphia 6, Pa. 

Phone: Walnut 2-6821 
MEET— Tuesdays, usually 
& Locust St 5. 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Chairman Secretary 

John H. Devlin Herbert V. Brownlee 

1677 Sea ton St. 3268 Wnlthnm Ave. 

Pittsburgh 26. Pa. Pittsburgh 16, Pn. 

Phone: Fl 1-5835 Phone: LO 1-1428 

MEET — Determined by agreement at each meeting 
as to time and place next ensuing meeting. 

Houston, Texas 

Chairman Secretary 

James H. Kerr Earl J, Wills, Jr. 

Sterling Building 2902 Virginia 

Houston, Texas Houston, Texas 

Phone: CH 6488 Phone: LY 5388 

MEET— Houston Club, last Wednesday each month, 






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CHAPTERS (Cont'd) 
San Antonio, Texas 

Secretary 

J. Burleson Smith 
703 Nation*! Bank of 

Commerce BIdg. 
San' Antonio, Texas 
Phone; G 2409 
-On mil of Chairman. 



Chairman 
Hyde T. Clnyton 
2024 So. 17th East 
Salt Lake City, Utah 
Phone: 5-2276 



Salt Lake City, Utah 



Secretary 
Richard A, Van Winkle 
1726 Millcreek Way 
Salt. Lake City, Utah 
Phone: 4-7705 



MEET— 6:30 P.M. Third Wednesday of Oct., Jan.. 
April and July at University Club, 13« Kant 
South Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Seattle, Washington 



Secretary 

Max C. Turner 
423 Jones BIdg. 

Seattle 1, Wash. 
Phone: EL 7625 



Chairman 

Harry S. Redpatli 

Res. 6242-28th Avenue, 
N.E. 

Seattle 5, Wash. 

Phone: VE 1307 
MEET — Four times a year — changes. Annual Meet- 
ing, election of officers and family picnic is held 
at lakeshore residence of Glenn V. Dierst, 1215 
SW 152, Seattle on first Sunday of September. 
Chapter dinner and business meetings are held 
at 6:30 P.M., College Club, Sixth and Spring, 
Seattle, on first Fridfiys of November, February 
and May, 



Chairman 

John F. Savage 
3110 No. Summit Ave. 
Milwaukee 11, Wise. 
Phone: ED 2-7342 



Milwaukee, Wisconsin 



Secretary 

Philip L. Schiedermayer 
74()9 No. Longacre Rd, 
Milwaukee 11, Wise. 
Phone : DA 8-0525 



MEET— Quarterly; time and place to be scheduled. 



SOCIETY OF FORMER SPECIAL AGENTS 

of the 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

Inc. 

70 Pine Street, New York 5, N. Y. 

FRANCES KEOGH-CLERICAL SflCY. 
BOwling Green 9-4630 



ALPHABETICAL LIST 



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ABBE, ROBERT E. (1042-45) 

Res 4738 N. Kenton Ave., Chicago SO. Ill- 
5ns. Haber Company, 864 W. North Ave. 
cago 22, 111. 
Certified Public Accountant 

ACKERMAN, JAMES N. (1942-47) 

AC Res. 3070' Stratford ^e Lincoln Nebr. 

Bus. 312 Bankers Life BIdg., Lincoln, Nebraska 

Lawyer 
ADAMS, ALEXANDER B. (1&42-46) 
Res. R. D- 2, Coraopolis, P«. 
Bub. Mellon National Bank & Trust Co.. P. O. 

Box 656, Pittsburgh 30, Pa. 
Banking 

ADAMS, C. TORREY <™«-40) 

lies. 1522 Alameda, Lakewood 7, Oh'o 
Bus. 11615 Detroit Ave., Cleveland 2, Ohio 
Field Representative 

ADAMS DALE B. (1940-45) 

AD T1'001 Germania St., Bay City, Mich gan 

Bus. Bay- Lincoln-Mercury Co., 313-3rd Street, 
Bay City, Michigan 

Owner 



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ADKTNS. KLMER H., JR. (1939-43) 

Bus. Creole Petroleum Corp., Apartado 889, Car- 
acas, Venezuela 
Director of Industrial Service 

ADOLF, EVERETT J. (1940-46) 

Res. 166 So. Arlington Ave., Bast Orange, N. J. 
Bnc. Bankers Indemnity Insurance Co., lfi Wash- 
ington Street, Newark, New Jersey 
Special Investigator 

ALAGA, NICHOLAS (1937-47) 

Res. 861 Sutter St., Apt. 105, San Francisco 9, 
Calif. 

Bvua. Hallinan, Maclnnls & Zamloch, 345 Frank- 
lin Street, San Francisco, Calif. 

Attorney 
ALDRICH, FRANK C, JR. (1942-45) 

Res 3545 Detroit Street, Dearborn, Michigan 

Bus. Matheson, Dixon & Brady, 2280 Penobscot 
Bldg., Detroit 26, Michigan 

Attorney at Law 

ALE, CLEM W. (1942-46) 

Res. Hatton Road & 3rd St., Carmel, Calif. 
Bus. Ale & Sctiell, 467 Alvarado St., Room 17. 

Monterey, Calif. 
Insurance Claims Service & Investigations 
ALEXANDER, WILLIAM H. (11)41-46) 

Res. 1204 Lebanon Street, Silver Spring, Mil. 
Bus. Economic Cooperation Administration; HI 5 

Connecticut Avenue, N.W., Washington 25, 

D. C. 
Chief Compliance and Investigations 

ALLEURA, GASPARE J. (1920-29) 

Res. Belvedere Hotel. New York. X. Y. 

Bub. National Board of Fire Underwriters, 85 
John Street, New York 7, N. Y. 

Special Agent 
ALLKN, CHARLES B. (1942-45) 

Res. 131 St. Botolph St., Boston, Mass. 

Bus. 161 Devonshire St., Boston 10, Mass. 

Certified Public Accountant 
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ALLEN, FRANK W. (1928-38) 

Res. 2025 Delaware Ave., Buffalo 16, N. T. 

ALLENDER, JOHN S. (1943-48) 
Ros. P. O. Box 355, Perry, Iowa 
Bus. Naval Intelligence 
Agent 

ALLOWAY, E. BROOKE (1942-45) 

Res. 1811 Coventry Rd., Columbus 12 Ohio 
Bus. 17 South High St., Columbus .15, Ohio 
Attorney 

AMBROSE, CLYDE B. (1909-18) 

Res. 1851 Columbia Rd., Washington 9, D C 
Buyer 

AMES, J. LEWIS (1942-45) 

Res. 129 Rumson Road, Harbour Green Massa- 
pequa, L. I., N. Y. 

Bus. Ruthrauff & Ryan, Inc., 405 Lexington Ave- 
nue, New York 17, N. Y. 

Secretary & Counsel 

AMPRIM, FRANK L. (1942-46) 

Res. 5931 Lumley, Detroit 10, Michigan 
Bus. Darin and Amprlm, Cahalan Bldg., Wyan- 
dotte, Michigan 
Attorney at Law 

AMYOT, J. RAYMOND (1941-44) 

Res. 167 Lake Avenue, Saratoga Springs, N. Y 
Bus. Carroll, Amyot & Doling, 432 Broadway. 

Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 
Attorney 

ANDERSEN, HAROLD E. (1927-43) 

Res. 3216 Avalon Way, Seattle, Washington 
Special Agent 

ANDERSEN, ROBERT A. (1941-48) 

Res. 726 N. Forest Rd„ La Grange Park, III 
Bus. Wintersports, Inc. ; Strom & Co., Inc., 11 S 

La Salle Street, Chicago 3, 111. 
General Manager 

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ANDERSON, HENRY W. (1041-44) 
Rea 3 Reed Street, Milford, Conn. 
C Office of international Trade, Dept of 
Commerce, 55 Broadway, New York, N. T. 
Special Agent 

Bus 15 South 5th St., Minneapolis, Minn. 
Property Protection Engineer 

Bus 1025 No. Highland Avenue, Suite mo, 

Hollywood 38, Calif. 
Private Investigator 

"S^ ^Av^Ta^L Heights, N. T. 

ANT ^ionr B 7vd., nZes 6, Call, 

bTs Research Institute of America In - 1 J 
West Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles 15, Calif. 
Sales Representative 

APPEL CHARLES A., JR. (1624-48) 

Res.' 3383 Stephenson PL, N.W., Washington, II. 

Document Examiner and Lawyer specializing In 
scientific evidence 

"^JX^ H ate Jr^n f e^ -if- 
Bus. 6363 Wilshire Blvd., Los Ange es 36, Calif. 
Advertising Agency Account Executive 

ATKINSON, JOHN (10« -46) 

lies. 83 East Elm Street, Chicago ,11, III- 

Bub. Hartford Eire InsuranceCo., Room 1060, 

410 No. Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. 
Investigator 

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AUD, WILLIAM E. (1943-45) 

Res. Poolesville, Maryland 

Bus. War Assets Administration, Compliance En- 
forcement Div., 3rd & C St., S.W., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Investigator 

AUSTIN, JUDD A. (1942-47) 

Bus. Anderson Clayton & Co. S.A. de C.V., Esta- 
gion Leona, Monterrey Nvevo Leon, Mexico 
General Sales Manager— Industrial Division 

AUSTIN, ROBERT M. (1933-36) 

Reg. 4602 Brookvlew Dr., Washington 16, D. C. 
Bus. 609 Barr Bldg., Washington 6, D. C. 
Manufacturer's Representative 

AVERY, KENNETH Q. (1942-45) 
Res. 4514 Wlshon, Fresno, Calif. 
Bus. Dearlng, Jertberg & Avery, 605 Security 

Bank Bldg., FreBno, Calif. 
Attorney at Law 

AXTELL, RICHARD W. (1937-46) 
Res. 1 West 14th, Spokane, Wash, 
Bus. Associated Industries, 403 Peyton Building, 

Spokane, Washington 
Attorney 

ATER, FREDERICK, JR. (1941-45) 
Res. South Hamilton, Mass. 
Bus. 53 State Street, Boston, Mass. 
Attorney 

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BACIGALUPI, RAYMOND J. (1941-45) 

Res. 333 Lombard Street, San Francisco 11, Cali- 
fornia 
Bus. Poultry Producers of Central Calif., 840 
Battery Street, San Francisco 11, California 
Chief Accountant 

BAER, GEORGE R. (1927-32) 

Res. 2400 Wsst 2?tb Avenue, Dearer 11, Colo. 
Attorney 

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ItAILBY, JASON S. (1040-47) 

lies. 1026 S.W. Moss St., Portland 11, Oregon 
Bus. District Attorney, Room 680, County Court- 
house, Portland 4, Oregon 
Deputy District Attorney 

BAIN, "WILLIAM W. (1636-38) 

lies. Jefferson at Moore, Devine 1 , Texas 

Bus. Medina Valley State Bank, Devine, Texas 

President 

BAIBD, EDGAR A., JR. (1940-45) 
Res. 415 So. 89th St., Omaha, Nebr. 
Bus. The Conservative Savings & Loan Associ- 
ation, 1614 Harney St., Omaha, Nebr. 
Asst. Secretary-Treasurer 

BAIRD, WILLIAM J. (1941-45) 
Res. Third Street, Pikeville, Ky. 
Bus. Auxier, Baird and Hays, Pikeville National 

Bank Bldg., Pikeville, Ky, 
Lawyer 

BAKBR, JAMBS W. (1941-45) 

Kes. 802 N. Verdugo Rd., Glendale 6, Calif. 
Bus. Thoroughbred Racing Protective Bureau, 

Inc., 649 S. Olive Street, Los Angeles 14, 

Calif. 
Investigator 

BAKBR, JOHN F. (1941-46) 

Res. 495 B. Deerpath Rd., Lake Forest, 111. 
Bus. 29 So. La Salle St., Chicago 3, 111. 
Lawyer 

BAKBR, L. PHILIP (1942-45) 

Res. 1380 Spencer Ave., San Jose, Calif. 

Bus. Baker Food Products Co., 1795 Lafayette 

Street, Santa Clara, Calif. 
Manager 

BAKBR, ROT L., JR. (1942-46) 

Res. 1011 West Nicholson Avenue, Harrison, Ark. 
Bub. Coffman Building, Harrison, Ark. 
Attorney at Law 

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BAKER, WILLIAM H- (1930-45) 

Res. Los Angeles Athletic Club, 431 W. 7th 

Street, Los Angeles 14, Calif. 
Bus. P. O. Box 86, Los Angeles 53, Calif. 

BALCH, DBWEY B. (1935-39) 

Res. 3508 Park Avenue, So, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Bus. General Mills, Inc., 400-2nd Ave. So., Min- 
neapolis, Minn. 
Asst. Secretary— Asst. Treasurer 

BALD RIDGE, JAMES H. (1935-41) 

Res. 330 Knollwood Ave., Douglaston, L. L, N. Y. 
Bus. American Airlines, Inc., 122 Bast 42nd 

Street, New York 17, N Y. 
Director of Employment and Training 

BALLANTINB, WHITNEY W. (1942-44) 
Res. 3424- Clark Street, Wayne, Mich. 
Bus. Ballantine, Kennedy and Huhn, 720-1 Ford 

Building, Detroit 26, Michigan 
Attorney 

BANGERT, HAROLD A. (1927-39) 

Res. 3560 Riverview Dr., Weirton, W. Va. 
Bus. Weirton Steel Co., Weirton, West Va. 
Director of Service and Safety 

BANKS, WILLIAM L. (1942-48) 
Res. Haddam, Conn. 
Bus. The National B(l. of Fire Underwtrs., 85 

John Street, New York 7, N. Y. 
Special Agent 

BARDIN, DAN G. (1942-45) 

Res. 217 Riata Street, Salinas, Calif. 

Bus. Bank of America Bldg., Room 14, Salinas, 

Calif. 
Attorney at Law 

BARKER, GEORGE C. (1941-47) 

Res. 179 Dutcher St., Hopedale, Mass. 

Bus. Draper Corporation, 25 Hopedale Street, 

Hopedale, Mass. 
Asst. Purchasing Agent 

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BARKHAUSEN, LESTER J. (1919-27) 
Res. 2844 Dahlia Street, Denver 7, Colo. 
Bus. U. 8. Bureau of Internal Revenue, Alcohol 

Tax Unit, 13th District, 522 Symes Bldg., 

Denver 2, Colo. 
Chief, Bonded Accounts Section 

BARNARD, LeROT H. (1936-47) 

Res. 4115 North 23th Street, Arlington, Va. 
Bus. U. S. Army, Room 1807 Main Navy Bldg., 

Washington 25, D. C. 
Army Officer (Lt Col.) 

BARNES, CLIFFORD E. (1941-41) 

Res. 54 Greenbush Street, Cortland, N. Y. 
Cortland County Sheriff 

BARNES, FRED L„ JR. (194147) 

Res. 5415 Fifth Avenue, Apt. B304, Pittsburgh 3L>, 

Pa. 
Bus. Barnes Buick Inc., 923 Main Street, Sharps- 
burg, Pa. 
Owner 

BARNBTT, W. J. (1919-32) 

Res. 728 North Broadway, Shawnee <5, Oklahoma 
Bus. Taylor Lumber & Supply Co., 405 North 

Oklahoma Ave,, Shawnee 2, Oklahoma 
Retail and Wholesale Lumber & Bldg. Supplies 

BARRETT, LESTER E. (1942-45) 

Res. 8052 Venetian Dr., Clayton 5, Mo. 

Bus. Barrett Electrical Supply Co., 2936 Locust 

Blvd., St. Louis 3, Mo. 
President 

BARRY, CHARLES D. (1942-46) 

Res. 87 Church Street, Pittsfield, Mass. 

BARTH, ROBERT J. (1942-45) 

Ree. Farlook Drive, Cincinnati 11, Ohio 

Bus. Lincoln National Bank, 4th & Vine St.. 

Cincinnati 1, Ohio 
Vice President 

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BARTON, BLAYNEY J. (1940-44) 

Res. 11 South Lake Avenue, Albany 3, N. Y. 
Bus. Winthrop Stearns, Inc., 33 Riverside Ave- 
nue, Rensselaer, N. Y. 
Director, Industrial & Public Relations 

BATCH, RALPH F. (1935-43) 

Ren, 111 Wellington Ave., Short Hills. N. .T. 
Bus. C.O-Two Fire Equipment Co., U. S. High- 
way 1, Newark 1, N, J". 
Secretary 

BATES, DONALD B. (1942-45) 

Res. 866 Monroe St., Reno, Nev. 
Bus. Nevada Bank of Commerce, 1 N. Virginia 

St., Reno, Nev. 
Banking 

BATES, J. M. (1942-47) 

Res. 3070 W. 12th Place, Los Angeles 6, Calif. 
Bus. 826 E. Gtirvey Ave., Garvey, Calif. 
Radio & Appliances, Sales & Service 

BATTEN, CALEB L. (1043-48) 

Res. 6710 Hillandale Rd., Chevy Chase 15, Mil. 
Bus. U. S. Govt, Washington, D. C. 

BATTLE, BRENDAN P. (1941-44) 

Res. 3 Wilton Road, Tuckahoe, N. Y. 

Bus. National Board of Fire Underwriters, 85 

John Street, New York 7, N. Y. 
Special Agent 
BAUMEISTER, H. BRUCE (1940-45) 

Res. 9427 Fieetwlng Avenue, Los Angeles 43. 

Calif. 
Bus. Wright, Wright, Green & Wright, 321 South 

Beverly Drive, Beverly Hills, Calif. 
Attorney 
BAYLISS, JOSEPH E. (1921-28) 

Res. 310 Johnstone St., Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. 
Retired 
BEACH, JOSEPH D. (1942-46) 

Res. 5942 Gen. Halg St., New Orleans 19, La. 
Bub. 8629 Airline Highway, New Orleans 20, Lb, 
Retail Furniture 

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BEASLEY, SAM B. (1940-46) 

Res. 202 North Lybarger St., OJympla, Wash. 

UEGOVICH, MATTHEW W. (1943-45) 
lies. 80 Fulton St., Weeliawken, N J 
Bus. U. S. Steel Export Corp., 30 Clmrth Street 

New York ;, n. Y. 
Salesman 

BELESS, JAMES W., Jn. (1941-45) 

lies. 802 East South Temple, Salt Lake City 2 

Utah 
Bus. Tracy-Collins Trust Co., 151 South M«I.i 

Street, Salt Lake City 1, Utah 
Asst. Trust Officer & Attorney 

BELL, DORMAN B. (1042-46) 

Res. 2359 Royal Blvd., Berkley, Mich 
Bus. Ford Motor Co., 3000 Schaefer Road Dear- 
born, Michigan 
Investigations 

BELL, JOSEPH V. (1918-21) 

Res. 2022 Blodgett Street, Houston, Texas 
Bus. Railway Express Agency, Inc., 706 Milam 
Bldg., Houston, Texas 

Chief Special Agent 

BELLINO, CARMINE S. (1934-45) 

Res. 105 Jessup Lane, Bethesdii 14 Md 
Bus. 017 Fifteenth St., N. W., Washington 5 
1). C; also 286 North Broad Street, Eliza- 
beth, N. J. 
Certified Public Accountant 

BELLOW, GEORGE K. (1939-44) 

Res. 423 S. Genesee Avenue, Los Angeles 30 

Calif. 
Bus. State Board of Equalization, Room 521, 357 

S. Hill Street, Los Angeles 13, California 
Hearing Officer 

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BENNATTS, RICHARD S. (1042-43) 

Res. 2036 North White Circle. Salt Lake City 6, 

Utah 
Bus. First Security Bank of Idaho - National 

Association, 396 Park Avenue, Idaho 

Falls, Idaho 
Bank Officer 

BENNETT, CARL L. (1940-47) 

Res. 93-18 Lamont Ave., Elmhurst, L. I., N. Y. 
Bus. Erwin-Wasey & Co., Inc., 420 Lexington 

Ave., New York, N. Y. 
Advertising — Media & Marketing 

BENNETT, THOMPSON (1942-48) 

Res, 817 South Park Street, Kalamazoo, Michi- 
gan 

Bus. Howard & Howard, 301-304 Kalamazoo Na- 
tional Bldg., Kalamazoo 9, Michigan 

Attorney 

BBNSENE, ELWYN B. (1942-45) 
Res. Union Grove, Wise. 
Bus. Box 375, Union Grove, Wise. 
Attorney at Law 

BENSON, EMERY B. (1942-45) 

Res. 2004 Three Mile Road, Racine, Wisconsin 
Bus. Benson, Butchart, Haley & Benson, 310 

Baker Block, Racine, WIbc. 
Attorney at Law 

BENTLEY, ROBERT L. II (1942-45) 

Res. 420 Evans Ave., Willow Grove, Pa. 

Bus. West Virginia Pulp and Paper Co., 230 

Park Avenue, New York 17, N. Y. 
Auditor 

BERKNS, it, G. (1933-41) 

Res. 438- 15th Ave. S.W., Rochester, Minn. 
Bus. Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. 
Attorney 

BERGON. FRANK A, (1942-46) 

Res. Rt. 3, Box 796, Madera, Calif, 
Rancher 

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BERNEGGER, JOSEPH H. {1042 4ft) 

ttes. 43-31 Ithaca Street, Elmhurst, L. I NY 
Bus. Empire Diamond Corp., 350 Fifth' Avenue 

New York, N, Y. 
Bus. Berdolt & Co., 1*1 Broadway, New York 6 

N. Y. ' 

Controller— C.P.A. 

BERNSTEIN, LEWIS G. (11)28-31) 

Res. 350 Central Park West, New York 25, N. Y. 
Bus. 730-5th Avenue, New York 18, N. Y. 
Lawyer 

BKRRY. ALFRED B. (1041 4fl) 

Res. 282 Depot Road, Huntington, Long Island, 

N, Y. 
Bas. Railway Express Agency, Inc., 212 East 

43rd Street, New York, N. Y. 
Supt. Security Div. Genera] Claim Dept. 

BBRBY, EUGENE W. (1930-31) 

Bes. 8231 Laurel Canyon Blvd., North Holly- 
wood, Calif. 
Investigator— Accountant 

BERRY, J. H. (JIM) (1041-47) 

Res. 307 West 7th St., North Little Rock, Ark 
Bus. Talley & Berry, Matthews Bldg,, 224 Main 

Street, Little Rock, Ark. 
Attorney 

RimRYHILL. JOHN R. ( 1041-46) 

Res. 31» South F. Street, Tulare 4 Calif 
Bus. Calvin 1, Russell, Berryhill and Henry 2">4 

Eiist Tulare Street, Tulare, Calif 
Attorney 

BEYHAN, SAMUEL J. (1942-45) 

Res. 1118 Ramblewood Avenue, Baltimore 12, Md 
Bus. Cooperative Mills, Inc., 2101 E. Port Ave. 

nue, Baltimore 30, Md. 
Executive Vice-president 
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BlHHL, JOHN W. (1043-45) 

Res. 1813 Steuben Road, Reading Pa 
Bus. 45 N. 6th Street, Reading, Pa. 
Attorney at Law 

BIELA8KI, A. BRUCE (1001)-]!)) 

Res. 1£2 Gilchrist Rond, Great Neck N Y 

Bus. National Board of Fire Umlrs., 85* John 

Street, New York 7, N, Y. 
Lawyer & Assistant General Manager 

BIELSKI, RICHARD M. (1042-44) 

Res. 1223 South Euclid Ave" Sioux Falls So 
Dak. ' 

■ Bus. Rielski, Elliott & Lewis. 209 Security Bank 
Bldg,, Sioux Falls, So. Dak. 
Attorney at Law 

BIERLY, KENNETH M. (1040 40) 

Res. North Porehuek Rd., Greenwich, Conn 
Bus. Kenby Service, 208 W. 23rd Street New 

' York, N. Y. 
Research 

BIGLAN, HENRY M. (1040-46) 

Res. 804 Harrison Avenue, Seranton 10 Pa 
Bus. 301 Connell Building, Seranton 3, Pa 
Attorney 

BIGLER, WAYNE II. (1042 43) 

Res. 6408 Enright Avenue, St. Louis Mo 
Bus. 915 Olive Street, St. Louis 1, Mo. 
Attorney 

BILLINGS, T. ELTON <1!>33-3fl) 

Res. 3414 Military Ave.. Los Angeles 34. Calif 
Bus. B & B Liquors, (5127 Sepulv.edu BJvd Van 

Nuys, Calif. 
Merchant 

BIONDI, RAY W. (1037-41) 

Res. 140 N. 28th St., Allentown, Pa. 

Bus. Arbogast and Bastian, Meat Packers Itrc 

1 Hamilton Street, Allentown, Pa 
Secretary 

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BIORN, NORMAN E. (1B42-45) 

Res. 658 Lincoln Ave., St. Paul 5, Mhm. 

Bus. Sanborn, Jackson & Biorn, 520 Endieott 

Building, St. I'aul 1, Minn. 
Attorney 

BIRCH, TYLER M. (1932-39) 

Res. 351 Grove St., Oration, N. J. 
Bus. U. S. Air. Forces, Washington, D. C. 
Major— District Commander, 11 Dist. OSI (IG) 
Tinker Air Force Base, Okla. City, Okla. 

BIRD, DON C. (1040-45) 

Res. Rua 1,"> de Novembro, 1051, Pelotns, R. G. S. 

Brazil 
Bus. Joaquim Ollveira & Cia. Ltda.. Pelotas, 

R.G.S. Brazil 

Caixa Postal 140, Pelotas, R.G.S. Brazil 
Executive 

BIRTHRIGHT, W. JAMES (1934-41) 

Res. SO Bryant Avenue. White Plains, N. Y. 
Bus. Security Bureau, Inc., 80 Broad Street, New 

York 4, N. Y. 
Field Supervisor 

BISHOP, JOSEPH H„ JR. (1934-34) 

Ilea. 1175 Andrews Ave., Lake wood 7, Ohio 
Bus. Claims Bureau, Assoc, of Casualty and 
Surety Cos., 305 Williamson Bldg., Cleve- 
land 14, Ohio 
Special Agent in Charge 

BIXLER, GEORGE R. (1942-45) 

Res. S36 K.W. 44th St., Oklahoma City, Okla. 
Bus. Sohio I'etrnlenm Co., 1300 Sklrvin Tower, 

Oklahoma City, Okln. 
Division Landman 

BLAIR. GEORGE R. (1939-43) 

Res. 171 Culver Road, Buffalo. 20, N. Y. 
Bur. 1000 Morgan Bldg,, Buffalo 2, N. Y. 
Attorney 

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BLAlSDELL, CHARLES O. (1942-45) 

Res. 32H Clinton Ave., Brooklyn 5, X. Y. 
Bus. Blaisdell & Dunne, 347 Madison Avenue, 

New York 17, X. Y. 
Attorney 

BLANFORD, E. MURRAY (1912-2TJ 

Res. 1763-32nd Ave., San Francisco 22, Calif. 

Bus. National Board of Fire Undwtrs., 1014 Mer- 
chants Exchange Bldg., 4G5 California 
Street, San Francisco 4, Calif. 

Chief Special Agent 

BLANTON, ALTON M. (1942-45) 

Res. 2107 Corona Avenue, Jasper, Alabama 
Bus. Blanton Bldg., 3rd Avenue, Jasper, 

Alabama 
Attorney nt Law 

BLASKEY, SAMUEL B. (1942-4A) 

Res. 135 Crosshill Road, Overbrook Hills, Pa. 
Bus. J. C. Blaskey Co., 702 Public Ledger Bldg 

Philadelphia fi, Pa. 
Pood Broker 

BLATCHFORD, WILLIAM W., JR. ■ (1017-1!)) 
Res. 59 Locust Avenue, New Rochelle, N. Y. 
Bus. Thomas B. Sutton, 17!) Post Road. La ren- 
in out. X. Y. 
Real Estate 

BLETHEN, WM. C. (1942-44) 

Res. Ill Dell Avenue, Manknto, Minnesota 
Bus. 230Vj South Front Street, Mankato, Minne- 
sota 
Attorney 

RLOMQUIST, H. A. (1932-34) 

Res. 5371 -2Rth St., N.W., Washington, D. C. 
Bns. Office of International Trade, I", S. Dept. 

of Commerce, Washington, D, C. 
Director, Enforcement Staff 
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BLUR, GEORGE tl. (1840-45) 

Rgs. 5830 Argonne Street, New Orleans, La 
Bus. Beard & Blue, 808 American Bank BIdg 

New Or lean a, La. 
Attorney and Notary Public 

BO CHER, FREDERICK (1926-28) 

Res. 71 East Post Road, White Plains, N. T, 
Bus. c/o Proskauer Rose Goetz & Mendelsohn, 
Room 1760, 11 Broadway, New York 4, N. Y, 
Accountant 



BOCKELMANN, ALBIN P. (1942-46) 

Res. 308 Cedar Street, Atlantic, Iowa 
Bus. Skelly Oil Company, Skelgas 

Kansas City 10, Mo. 
District Salesman 



Division 



BOD LEY, J. JUSTUS (1942-45) 

Res. 115 Edgewood Rd., Ardmore Pa 
Bus. 1020 P.S.P. BIdg., 12 So. 12th Street, Phila- 
delphia 7, Pa, 

Attorney 

BOBS, ROBERT «; (1940-4.')) 

Res. 3140 East 135th Street, Cleveland, Ohio 
Bus. The New York Chicago & St. Louis RR Co., 

3013 Terminal Tower, Cleveland, Ohio 
Attorney 

HOGGS, RALPH S. (1942-45) 

Res. 720 Carisbrook Drive, Manmee, Ohio 
, Bus. Boggs, Boggs & Boggs, 828 Nicholas Bid* 
Toledo 4, Ohio 

Attorney 

BO LAN, WILLIAM F. (1942-47) 

Res. 7 Lougview Avenue, Madison, N. J. 

Bus. Herrigel, Lindabury & Herrigel, 1060 Broad 

Street, Newark 2, N. J. 
Lawyer 

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BOLLFRASS, HERBERT (i&42-46) 
Res. 2041 Banks, Houston 6, Texas 
Bus. Great Southern Life Insurance Co., 401 
Louisiana Street, Houston, Texas 

Salesman 

BOLLING, WM. D. (1918-30) 

Res. 709 Central Ave., San Francisco 17, Calif. 
Retired Investigator 

BONNET, JOHN C. (1940-46) 

Res. 921 S. Carlyn Sp. Rd., Arlington, Va. 
Bus. Thompson's Dairy Inc., 2012-llth St., N. W. 

Washington, D. C. 
Asst. Personnel Officer 
BOOTH, THOMAS W. (1941 45) 

Res. 383 Sycamore Street, Rahwny, N. J. 

Bus. Commercial Union Assurance, Co., Ltd., 1 

Park Avenue, New York 16, N. Y, 
Asst. General Adjuster 
BORGER, WILLIAM H. (1940-44) 
Res. Glen Goin, Alpine, N. J. 
Bus. National City Bank, New York, N. Y. 
Executive Assistant 
BOWDBN, OTTO ROY THOMAS (1941-45) 
Res. 3603 Oak Street, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Bus. 306 Law Exchange BIdg., Jacksonville, 

2 Fla. 
Attorney at Law, Asst. County Solicitor, Duval 

County, City Attorney, Baldwin, Fla. 
BOWBN, OSCAR A., SR. (1917-19) 

Res. Illinois Athletic Club, 112 S. Michigan Ave., 

Chicago 3, Illinois 
Bus. The Peoples Gas Light and Coke Co., 122 

S. Michigan Ave,, Chicago 3, Illinois 
Supervisor of Industrial Engineers 
Registered Professional Engineer 

BOWMAN, JAMES J. (1941-47) 

Res. 54 Linden Street, New Haven 11, Conn. 
■ Bub. Adley Express Co., Inc., 216 Crown St. 
New Haven, Conn. 
Exec. Asst. to Sec.-Treas. 
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BOWMAN, LESTEft I. (1932-40) 

Res. 1637 Mt. Eagle PI., Alexandria, Vn. 
Bua, Union Trust Bldg., Petersburg, Va. 
Specialist in Federal Tax Matters and Matters 
■beforo Commissions & Agencies of the Fed- 
eral Govt. 
BOWMAN, WILLIAM E. (1942-45) 

Res. 3956 Ledgewood Drive, Cincinnati 29, Ohio 
Bus. Hamilton County Ohio, SOS Traction Bldg., 

Cincinnati 2, Ohio 
Lawyer & Asst. Comity Tros. 
BOYD, MILTON J. (1935-44) 

Res. 90 Nunningdalc Drive, Grosse Pointi' Shores 

30, Michigan 
Bus. Pfeifer Brewing Co., 3740 Bellevue Avenue 

Detroit 7, Michigan 
Vice President 
BRAATHEN, CLAYTON A. (1034-42) 

Res, 4140 Philip, Detroit 24, Mich. 
Bus. Ford Motor Company, 3000 Sehaefer Hrt.. 

Dearborn, Michigan 
Investigation 

BRACKEN, JOHN J. (1942-45) 

Res, 73 Cromwell St., Hartford, Conn. 

Bug. 945 Asylum Avenue, Hartford, Conn. 

Attorney at Law 
RRACY, H. BURTON <l!>42-45) 

Res. 57 South Llnwood Avenue, Nor walk, Ohio 

Bits. Bracy & Bracy, Box 205, Norwnlk, Ohio 

Attorney 
BRADFORD, BRENTON B. (1942-45) 

Res. 1045 Harvard Ave., Fresno, Calif. 

Bus. Bradford, Bradford, Stnrk & Wright, Suite 
518-B, T. W. Patterson Bldg., Fresno, Cal. 

Certified Public Accountant 
BRADLEY. WILLIAM J. (1940-45) 

Rob. Domingo Ferreira 92, Apt. 704, Rio de 
Janeiro, Brazil 

Bua. Avenirta Rio Braneo 85, 6th Floor, Rio de 
Janeiro, Brazil 

Lawyer 

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BRADY, LOtflS P. (194i-43) 

Res. 12 Warner Park, LeRoy, N. Y. 

Bus. 30 Main Street, LeRoy, N. Y. 

Attorney at Law 
BRADY, THOMAS A. (1942-47) 

Res. 201 Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn 5, N. Y. 

Bus. Alexander & Keenan, 42 Broadway, New 
York 4, N. Y. 

Attorney 
BRAND, NORMAN (1940-45) 

Res. 5049 Stern Avenue, Sherman Oaks, Calif. 

Bus. 1680 North Vine Street, Hollywood 28, Calif. 

Attorney 

BRANN, JOHN A. (1918-30) 

Res. 366 Arlington Ave., Jersey City, N. J. 

BRASHEAR, LONNIE H. (1940-45) 

Res. 18260 Faust Road, Detroit 19, Michigan 

Bus, Brashear & Brashear, 1070 Penobscot Bldg. 
Detroit 26, Michigan 

Attorney 
BRASHER, OTTIS L. (1942-45) 

Res. 2747 Llewellyn, Dallas, Texas 

Bus. Standard Oil Company of Texas. Mercan- 
tile Securities Bldg., P. O. Box 538, Dallas. 
Texas 

Landman 
BRASSARD. PAUL E. (1041-46) 

Res. 41 Noblehurst Avenue, Pittsfielcl, Mass. 

Bits. 74 North Street, Pittsfield, Mass. 

Lawyer and Counsellor 

BRAUN, WILLIAM C. (1927-30) 

Res. 48 North Menard Ave., Apt. 35, Chicago 44, 

111. 
Bus. National Board of Fire Underwriters, 222 

West Adams Street, Chicago 6, III. 
Chief Special Agent 
BRAY, HAL D. (1030 34) 

Res. 435 No. Tower, Nevada, Mo. 

Bus. Bray-Rogers Motor Co., 118 N, Ash Street 

Nevada, Mo, 
Rtudebaker Denier (Partner) „ 

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BRAYDBN, WALTER B. (1041-47) 

Res. 33 Sudbury Street, Maynard, Mass. 

BUECHENSER, .FRANK J. (1930-33) 

Res. 6127-18th Road, North, Arlington, Ya. 
Bus. TJ. S. Dept. of Agric, South Bldg., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Federal Employee 

BR BEN, JOHN A. (1942-46) 

Res. 836 Melrose Ave., Kenilworth, 111. 

Bus Markman, Donovan & Sullivan, 134 S. La 

Salle St., Chicago 3, III. 
Attorney at Law 

BRBBSE, C. PARKER, JR., (1937-45) 

Res. Apt. 8, 3508 Mosely Drive, Houston, Texas 
Bus. National Board of Fire Underwriters, H5 

John Street, Now York 7, N. Y. 
Special Agent 

BRENNAN, DANIEL E., JR. (1942-43) 

Re*. 107 Chestnut Street, Bridgeport, Conn. 
Bus. Bretitiaii & I>aly, 1115 Main Street. Bridge- 
port 3, Court. 
Attorney at Law 

BRENNAN, DONALD F. (1941-46) 

Res. 2909 Heath Avenue, Bronx, N. Y. 

Bus. Association of Casualty & Surety Cob,, 60 

John Strept, New York 7, N. Y. 
Special Agent 

BRENNAN, EDWARD JAMES (1908-26) 

Res. 1130 Madison Street, Evan st on, Illinois 
Retired — Investigator 

BRENNAN, JOHN LEO (1936 41) 

Res. 25 Hamilton Ave., Cranford, N. J. 
Bus. Thorobred Racing, Protective Bureau, 405 
Lexington Ave., New York 17, N. Y. 

BREUEL, HAROLD C. (1942-46) 

Res. 34 Metropolitan Oval, New York 62, N. Y. 
Bub. Alger, Peck, Andrew & Rohlfs, 55 Liberty 

Street, New York 5, N, Y. 
Attorney at Law 

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BREWER, E. CAGE, JR. (1941-43) 

Res. 435 West Second St., Clfirksdale, Mississippi 
Bus. Brewer & Brewer, Box 306, Clarksdale, 

Miss. 
Attorney 

BRIOGS, LLOYD A. (1942-47) 

Res. 7415 N. Wolcott Ave., Chicago 26, Illinois 
Bus. American Photocopy Equipment Company, 

2849 N. Clark Street, Chicago 14, Illinois 
Sales Manager 

BRIGHT, FRANCIS E. (1941-46) 

Res. 3325 So. Shore Trail, Sparta, N. J. 
Bus. 93 Spring St., Newton, N. J. 
Lawyer 

BROOKE, WINSTON (1940-46) 

Res. 1120 Calhoun Avenue, Annlston, Ala. 
Bus. 20 West 11th Street, Anniston, Ala. 
Certified Public Accountant 

BROTZE, ARNO GEORGE (1941-46) 
Res. Edif. Wilson-Dept. 71, Lima, Peru 
Bus. Chi Wilbur-Ellis Peruana S.A., Casilla 2995, 

Lima, Peru 
Representative 

BROWAN, J. E. (1943-48) 

Res. Route No. 1, Box 61, Knowlton, Wise. 

BROWER, JEROME W. (1943-46) 

Res. 632 St. Peter St., St. Paul 2, Minn. 

Bus. Minnesota Dept. of Health, 469 State Office 

Bldg., St. Paul 1, Minn. 
Chief, Section of Departmental Adminis. 

BROWN, EVERETT W. (1936-40) 

Res. 4435 Lemp Avenue, North Hollywood, Calif. 
Bus. 1025 N. Highland Ave., Hollywood 38, Calif, 
Private Investigations 

BROWN, GLENN H. (1942-49) 

Res. 4134 So. Detroit, Tulsa, Okla. 
Bus. P. O. Box 1382, Tulsa, Okla. 
Investigations for Attorneys— Oil Companies and. 
Insurance 

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BROWN, JOHN P, (1917-18) 

Res. Inverness Countryside, Palatine, Illinois 
Bus; Brown-Orth Motors, Inc., 1565 Ellmwood St. 

Des Painea, 111. 
President— Studebaker Supplies 

BROWN, KENNETH W. (1942-45) 

Res. 106 Foster Street, Cambridge 38. Mass. 
Bus. Godfrey L. Cabot, Inc., 77 Franklin St. 

Boston 10, Mass. 
Attorney 

BROWN, RALPH D. (1930-38) 

Res. 65 The Oaks, Roslyn, New York 
Bus. J. C. Penney Co., Inc., 330 W. 34th Street, 
New York 1, N. Y. 

Asst to the President 

BROWNELL, ROBERT W. (1641-47) 

Res. 9124 Bradford Rd., Silver Spring, Md. 
Bus. Suite 700, 1424 K St., N.W., Washington 5, 

D. C. 
Insurance 

BROWNLEE, HERBERT T. (1943-45) 

Res. 3268 Walt ham Avenue, Pittsburgh 16, Pa. 
Bus. 3117 West Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh 16, 
Pa. 
' ^pf Attorney at Law 

BRUCE, IRVINE B. (1918-1!)) 

Res. 10 E. Jefferson St., Coloraflo Springs, Colo. 
Bus. Colorado Springs Police Dept., P. O. Box 

23, Colorado Springs, Colo. 
Chief of Police 

BRUFF, JAMES L. (1910-17) 

Rea. Prospect Street, Mendham, N. J. 
Lawyer 

BRUMM, OLIVER C. (1940-44) 

Res. 1658 North Limestone, Springfield, Ohio 
Bus. Office of Special Investigation, USAF, Bldg. 

262, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, 

Dayton, Ohio 
Special Agent 

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BRYAN, LLOYD W. (1934-42) 

Res. 701 S. Fulton St., Salisbury, N. C. 
Attorney 

BRYDEN, ALLAN J. (1937-40) 

Res. 3334 So. Trenton, Tiilsa 2, Okla. 

Bus. Stanolind Oil & Gas Co., Stanolind Bldg. 

Tulsa, Okla. 
Methods and Procedures 

BRYSON, JAMES E. (1942-46) 

Res. 6211 S. E. 29th Avenue, Portland 2, Oregon 
Bus. Herbert A. Templeton Lumber Company, 
807 Terminal Sales Bldg., Portland 5, Ore- 
gon 
Lumber Manufacturers and Wholesalers 

BDCHANAN, DAVID L. (1942-45) 

Res. 21870 Crystal Ave., Euclid 23, Ohio 

Bus. Pittsburgh Steamship Co., Rockefeller Bldg., 

Cleveland 13, Ohio 
Manager of Industrial Relations 

BUCKBEE, JOnN C, JR. (1040-45) 

Res. 4013 Monterey, Minneapolis 16, Minn, 

Bus. Bureau of Engraving, Inc., 500 South 

Fourth, Minneapolis 15, Minn. 
Vice President & Secretary », 

BUCKLEY, JACK E. (1928-27) 

Res. 99 Wyatt Road, Garden City, L. I., N. Y. 
Bus. Federal Communications Comm., 9,0 Church 

Street, Room 624, New York 7, N. Y, 
Industrial Engineer— C. P. A. (NY) 

BUCKLEY, JEREMIAH F. (1938-47) 

Res. 445 Essex Street, Weymouth, Mass. 

Bus. American Business Consultants, 55 West 

42nd Street, New York, N. Y. 
Director of Research 

BUG AS, WILLIAM F. (1940-47) 

Res. 619 S. Grant St., Ft. Collins, Colo. 

Bus. Ghent- Bugas Motors, 205 N. College St., Ft. 

Collins, Colo. 
Co-Owner 

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BUNDY, EDWARD A. (1943-48) 

Res. 209 Forest Ave., Itasea, III. 
Bub. The Richardson Company, 27 and Lake 

Streets, Melrose Park, III, 
Executive 

BURBRIDGE, GAIL E. (1940-44) 

Res. 1205 So. 52nd Street, Omaha, Nebraska 
Bus. 400 Brandeis Theatre Bldg., Omaha 2, Ne- 
braska 
Attorney at Law 

BURCK, CLARENCE A. (1942-44) 

Res. 1300 Iroquois. Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Bus. Fred Burton Abstract Company, loe South 

Fourth Avenue, Ann Arbor, Michigan 
Attorney 

BURGER, MAX F. (1917-29) 

Res. 58 Orange Place, Winter Park, Florida 
Retired 

BURGESON, ELMER L. (1942-45) 

Res. 1408 Thompson St., Des Moines 16 Iowa 
Bue. O'Dea Finance Company. 1117 Locust Street 
Des Moines fi, Iowa 

Treasurer 

BURGESS, DAVID E. (1041-45) 

Res. 651 Washington Rd„ Crosse Point* 30, Mich I 
Bus. 2446 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 26, Michigan 'i 
Attorney s ""1 

BURGESS, PETER D. (1940-44) 

Re8 ' ™ u BaIfour Koad. GroBse Point Park 30 
Michigan 

DU8 ' Sf^l' NeWS ' 615 WeBt La '»yette. Detroit 
4Q, MIchlgnn 

Labor Relations Counsel & Personnel Director 

BURKE, RICHARD E. (1942-45) 

Res. 2540 Hudson Blvd., Jersey City 4, N J 
Bus. 921 Bergen Avenue, Jersey City 6 N J 
Attorney at Law 

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BURNS, EDWARD T. (1942-46) 

Res. 74 Brookline^Ave., Albany 3. N. Y. 

Bus. Apt. 3B—417 Riverside Drive, New York 25 

N, Y. 
Law Student 

BUSBY, HUBBARD T. (1941-45) 

Res. Rt. 9, Franklin Heights, Frankfort, Ky 
Bus. State Fire Marshall, Frankfort, Ky 
Special Agent— National Board of Fire Under- 
writers 

BUSCH, GEORGE A. (1941-49) 

Rea. 112 Gonzalez Drive, San Francisco, Cal 
Bus. 401 California Street, San Francisco, Calif. 
Firemen's Fund Insurance Co. 

BUSHYHEAD, JAMES B. (1841-46) 

Res. 873 Fuhrman Terrace, Glendale 22, Mo 
Bus. Moog Industries, Inc., 6650 Easton Avenue 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Sales Manager 

BUTLER, WILLIAM B. (1940-44) 

Res. 1110 Marshall Street, Houston 6 Texas 
Bus. Randolph & Butler, 901 State National 

Building, Houston 2, Texas 
Lawyer 

BUTT, NIXON, Jr. (1942-45) 

Res. 614 Florida Ave., Orlando, Fla 

Bus. 37 East Pine Street, Orlando, Florida 

Attorney 

BUTTERWORTH, FRANCIS, JR. "(1941-46) 
Res. 41 Carleton Road, Belmont 78, Mall 
Bus. 24 School Street, BoBton, Mass. 
Attorney at Law 

BUTTERWORTH, RALPH (1918-39) 

Res. Chestnut Street, Foxboro, Mass. ! 

Attorney at Law ^ 

BYRD, JAMES L. (1940-47) 

Res. 528 Prospect Avenue, Hot Springs Ark 
Bus. 208 Thompson Bldg., Hot Springs, Ark 
Attorney at Law 

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BYRNE, GEORGE P., JR. (1941-46) 

Res. 74 Lookout Circle, Larchmont, N. Y. 
Bus. 53 Park Place, New York 7, N. Y. 
Attorney 



CABLE, DAVIS WATSON (1941-47) 
Res. R.F.D. 2, Lima, Ohio 
Bus. 1202 Cook Tower, Lima, Ohio 
Attorney 

CAHILL, RAYMOND E. (1942-46) 

Res. 708 Merton Road, Detroit 3, Mich. 

Bub. Ford Motor Company, 3000 Schaefer Road, 

Dearborn, Michigan 
Office of General Counsel 

CAHILL, WILLIAM T. (1937-38) 

Rea. 1009 Park Ave., Collingswood, N. J. 
Bus. 716 Market St., Camden 2, N. J. 
Attorney at Law (also 1st Asst. Prosecutor of 
Camden County) , ..... 

CALDBR, EUGENE B. (1941-46) 

Res. 429 North Adams, Ypsilanti, Michigan 
Bus. William DeHaan Law Offices, 208-212 Ypsi- 
lanti Savings Bank Bldg., Ypsilanti, Mich. 
Attorney at Law 

CALHOUN, MARCUS B. (1640-46) 

Res. 320 N. Hansell St., Thomasville, Ga. 
Bus. 406 Scott Bldg., Thomasville, Ga. 

Attorney 

CALHOUN, R. HOWARD (1941-45) 

Res. 25 E. Harrison Place, Livingston, N. J. 
Bus. 2 E. Northfleld Ave., Livingston, N. J. 
Certified Public Accountant 

CALHOUN, WILLIAM A. (1942-46) 

ReB. 1377 Park Ave. W., Mansfield, Ohio 
Bus. 803 Farmers Banks Bldg,, Mansfield, Ohio 
Attorney at Law 

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CALKINS, H. HAROLD (1940-47) 

Res. 1973 Kearney Street, Denver, Colorado 
Bus. 807 Majestic Building, Denver 2, Colorado' 
Attorney at Law 

CALLAHAN, GEORGE A. . (1934-39) 
- Res. 21 Shorehaven Lane, Manhasset, L. I., N. Y. 
Bus. Lord & Taylor, 424-5th Ave., New York, 

N. Y. 
Manager, Protection Dept. 

CALLAHAN, SHERARD E. (1943-45) 

Res. 2237 Colony Road, Charlotte, N. C. 
Bus. Westinghouse Electric Supply Co., 324 N. 

College St„ Charlotte, N, C. 
Dlst. Credit Mgr. & Disk Personnel Mgr. 

CALLINAN. EDWARD M. (1942-46) 

Res. 5730 Colfax Ave., So., Minneapolis 9, Minn. 
Bus. 808-First National Soo Line Bldg!, Minne- 
apolis 2, Minn. 
Attorney at Law 

CALLISTER, EDWARD R. (1942-45) 

Res. 2070 Marrwood Drive, Salt Lake City, Utah 
Bus. 619 Cont Bank Bldg., Salt Lake City, Utah 
Lawyer 

CAMPBELL, C. BARRETT (1940-45) 

Res, 2660 Park Hills Drive, Sacramento 15, Calif. 
Bus. The Village Paint & Art Shop, 2907 

Pasatiempo Lane, Sacramento 15, Calif. 
Owner 

CAMPBELL, JACK M. (1941-42) 

Res, 1003 W. Mathews, Roswell, New Mexico 
Bus. Atwood, Malone & Campbell, J. P. White 

Bldg., Roswell, New Mexico 
Attorney at Law 

CANNON, CARROLL C. (1942-46) 

Res. 105 W. Bufford St., Forrest City, Ark. 
Bus. Harrelson, Harrelson & Cannon, Box 307, 

Forrest City, Ark. 
Lawyer 

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CANNON, JOSEPH R. (1930-32) ; 

Res. 532-20th St., N. W., Washington 6, D. C, 
Bus. U. S. Dept. of Justice, Anti-Trust Division, 

Washington 25, D. C. 
Attorney 



CANTRELL, LEWIS M. (1913-20) 

Res. 1517 Laurel Street, Columbia, S. C. 

Bus. S. C. State Highway Dept,, Columbia, S. C 

Attorney 

CAPPS, GEORGE H. (1941-48) 

Res. 7308 Burrwood Drive, St. Louis 21, Mo. 
Bus. Capitol. Coal & Coke Co., Arcade Bldg., St 

Louis 1, Mo. 
Vice President 

CAREY, ARTHUR P. (1939-47) 

Res. 21253 Avalon Dr., Rocky River 16, Ohio 
Bus. Cleveland Japanning Company, 1985 W 

68th Street, Cleveland 2, Ohio 
General Manager 

CARLSEN, JOHN W. (1941-46) 

Res. 1B25-I3tu Ave. North, Clinton, Iowa 
Bus. 408 Howes BIdg., Clinton, Iowa 
Attorney 

CARMODT, WILLIAM A., JR. (1942-47) 

Res, 7 Edgewood Terrace, Millburn, N. J. 
Bus. Ever Ready Label Corp., 357 Cortlandt St. 

Belleville, N. J. 
Officer of Company 

CARNES, JOHN P. (1942-46) 

Res. Lakeland Apartments, Apt. 1 11B, Lakelam 

Dr., Jackson, Miss. 
Bus. Sun Oil Company, Box 850, Jackson, Miss. 
Attorney — Land Department 

CARNEY, JEROME P. (1924-38) 

Res. Lincoln Hotel, 44th Street & 8th Ave., Nei 

York 19, N. T. 
Attorney 

(28) 



CARNEY, WILLIAM B. (1942-44) 

Res. 935 Kennedy St., N.W., Washington 11, D. C. 
Huh. Compliance Enforcement Div, War Asset* 

Administration, Washington, D. C. 
Supervisor 

[CARPENTER, GORDON R. (1942-46) 
s Res. Shudy Shores, Denton, Texas 

Bub. Southwestern Legal Foundation, SMU Law 
School, Dallas, Texas 

Executive- Secretary 

CARROLL, HARRY D. tl. (1940-45) 
1 Una. P. O. Box 981, Baltimore 3. Mil. 
Attorney 

CARROLL. JOHN T. (1942-45) 

Res. 1021 Fourth Avenue, Rochelle, Illinois 
Bus. Rochelle Furniture Mfg. Co., 100 Avenue G 

Rochelle, Illinois 
President 

CARROLL, ROBERT V. (1941-44) 

Res. 121} 35 St. S.E., Washington, 1). C. 

Bus. War Assets Administration, Washington 

D. C. 
Special Agent 

CARROLL, WILLIAM P., JR. (1042-47) 
lies. 844 Spruce, Deernelii, 111. 
Bus. Investigators, Inc., 209 So. La Salle St., 

Room 405, Chicago 4, 111. 
Investigator and Attorney 



CAHSKLOWEY, MAURICE 8. '(11142-44) 
Res. 130 C. St. S.W., Miami, Okla. 
Bus. P. O. Box 947, Miami, Okla. 
Attorney 

CARSON, JOSEPH R. (1941-45) 

Res. 704 West California, Urtmim. Illinois 

Bus. Francis T. Carson, 102 E. Main Street, Ur- 

bana, 111. 
Attorney at Law 

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CARTER, J. ARNOLD (1040-46) 

Res. 1050 Hlbbard, Apt. 44, Detroit 14, Michigan 
Bub. Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Mich., In- 
ternational Division, 14300 Woodward Ave., 
Highland Park, Mich. 
Supervisor of Import Purchasing 

CARTER, KEITH (1941-46) 

Res. 526 Hamilton St., EvanBton, 111. 

Bus. Thorobred Racing * Protective Bureau, 20 

No. Wacker Drive, Room 1864, Chicago a, 

111. 
Special Representative in Charge 

CARTER, LESLIE D. (1941-45) 

Res. 4119 Harney St., Omaha, Nebr. 
Bus. 000 Keellne Bldg, Omaha 2, Nebr. 
Attorney at L»w 

CARTER, WESLEY E. (1942-47) 

Res. 185 Manhasset Woods Road, Manhasset, L. 

I., N. T. 
Bus. Mergenthaler Linotype Company, 29 Ryer- 

son Street, Brooklyn 5, N. Y. 
Director— Public Relations 

CART WRIGHT, CARROLL L. (1941-49) 
Res. 915 E. Carson, Long Beach, Calif. 
Bus. 634 S. Western, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Oil Production Trainee at Long Beach, Calif. 

CASEY, JOSEPH B. (1942-46) 

Res. 116 N. 12th Street, Osage, Iowa 
Bus. Home Trust & Savings Bank Blflg., Osage, 
Iowa 

Attorney 

CASH, JOHN T. (1939-40) 

Rea. Washington Road, Thomson, Ga. 

Bus. Knox Metal Products, Inc., Knox Bldg., 

Thomson, Ga. 
Vice President & Treasurer 
(30) 



CASSIDY, CHARLES J. (1942-47) 

Res. North Columbia Rd., Bogalusa, La. 

Bus. First State Bank & Trust Co., 500 Austin 

Street, Bogalusa, La. 
Vice President & Cashier 

CASSILL, ERNEST (1942-45) 

■Res. 107 Glen Drive, Iowa Falls, Iowa 
Bus. Box 322, Iowa Falls, Iowa 

CAVANAUGH, RAYMOND P. (1940-48) 

Res. 2206 W. 112th Street, Chicago 43, 111. 
Bus. Lytton's, Henry C. Lytton & Co., 235 So. 

State Street, Chicago 4, 111. 
Superintendent 

CHADDUCK, HARRY W. (1939-46) 
Res. Box 419, Elizabeth, N. J. 
Bub. Merck & Co., Inc., Rahway, New Jersey 
Executive Asst. to Vice President 

CHAFFBTZ, MAXWELL (1930-46) 

Res. Greene Manor, German town, Philadelphia 

44, Pa. 
Bus. Richland Food Products Corp., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Secretary-Treasurer 

CHALKLEY, FLOYD EATON (1934-39) 
Res. Lake Shore Club, Chicago, Illinois 
Bus. 120 S. La Salle St., Chicago 3, 111. 
Investigations 

CHAPMAN, JOHN W. (1941-46) 

Res. 1430 Iowa Street, Davenport, Iowa 

Bus. 704 Union Arcade Bldg., Davenport, Iowa 

Attorney 

CHAPMAN, PAUL E. (1941-48) 

Res. 2505 N. Harding St., Indianapolis 23, Ind. 
Accountant 

CHAPMAN, RICHARD L. (1937-44) 

Res. 15788 Woodland Dr., Dearborn, Mich. 
Bus. 2463 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 26, Michigan 
Attorney— Ford Motor Company 
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CHAPMAN, ROBERT C. (1029-34) 

Res. 2709 Central St., Apt. 2N, Evanston, III. 
Bus. Assn. of Casualty & Surety Cos., 120 So. La 

Salle, Chicago 3, Illinois 
Investigator 

CIIAPPELL, BRANTLT P. (1942-46) 
Rea. 1141 Pine Street, Muskegon, Mich. 
Bus. Naph-Sol Refining Company, Box 207, Mus- 
kegon, Mich. 
Attorney 

CHAPPERS, WILLIAM D. (1941-48) 

Res. Ctmte, Montero 270, Orantia del Mar, Lima, 

Pern 
Bus. Cia Interamerleana SA Avda Uruguay 451, 

Lima, Peru 
Managing Director, Cia Interamericana SA 

CHARBONNET, EMMET J. (1942-44) 
Res. 5416 Story Street, New Orleans, La. 
Bus. C and W Transfer & Storage Co., Inc., 614 

Baronne Street, New Orleans, La. 
President 

CHARTERS, EUGENE J. (1934-46) 

Res. 327 Wellesley Road, Philadelphia 19, Pa. 
Bus. E. J. Charters Associates, 2011 Packard 

Building, Philadelphia 2, Pa. 
Industrial Relations and Special Investigations 

CHEEVER, DWIGHT M. (1941-48) 

Res. 190 Kalamazoo Street, Allegan, Mich. 
Bub. Attorney Leo W. Hoffman, Lawyer's Build- 
ing, Allegan, Mich. 
Attorney 

CHESSER, LEWIS V. (1934-36) 

Res. 206 River Falls Street, Andalusia, Alabama 
Bus. Farmers Home Administration, Examina- 
tion Division, U.S.D.A, 902 Farm Security 
Building, Montgomery, Ala. 
Investigator 

(32) 



CHBISTENSON, PHILLIP V. (1941-45) 
Res. 697 North 6th West, Provo, Utah 
Bus. 32 West Center St., Provo, Utah 
Attorney at Law 

CLARK, ALEXANDER M. (1942-46) 
Res. 3 Greeley Rd., Winchester, Mass. 
Bus. Hale and Dorr, 60 State Street, Boston 9, 

Mass. 
Lawyer 

CLARE, RICHARD D. (1941-43) 

Res. 16 Smith Street, Seattle, Wash. 
Bus. Queen Anne High School, Seattle, Wash- 
ington 
Football Coach 

CLARK, ROLLAN D. (1918-29) 

Res. 77-18-113th Street, Forest Hills, L. I., N. T. 
Bus. V. S. Dept. of State, Dlv. of Security, Room 

5012, General Post Office, 33rd St. & 8th 

Ave., New York 1, N. Y. 
Special Agent in Charge 

CLARY, VICTOR It. (1934-37) 

lies. 314 South Main St., Akron, Ohio 

Bus. Sales Accounting Dept., Firestone Tire & 

Rubber Co., Akron 17, Ohio 
Manager 

CLAYTON, HYDE T, 1940-4A) 

Res. 2024 South Seventeenth East St., Salt lake 

City 5, Utah 
Bus. Rockmout Envelope Company, 1414 First 

Security Bank Bldg., Salt Lake City 1, 

Utah 
Manufacturer's representative 

CLBARY, JOSEPH R. (1922-34) 

Res. 18 Taylor Street, Nashua, N. H. 
Bus. Hotel Mt. Dora, Mt. Dora, Fla. 
Investigator 

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CLEGG, DONALD B. (1040-48) 

Res. 209 Michigan Ave., Decatur, Ga, 
Bus. Wade Motor Co., 390 Spring St. N.W., At- 
lanta, Ua. 
, Bnsiiiess Manager 

CLEMENT, FRANK O. (1942-43) 

Res. Parthenon Ct. Apt. C-2, 31st Avenue & 

Long Blvd., Nashville, Term. 
Bus. 424-TLIrd National Bank Bldg., Nashville, 

Tenn. 
Attorney at Law 

CLINITE. ROBERT J. (1942-46) 

Res. 810^ W, 5th Street, Yankton, So. Dakota 
Bus. 202 W. 3rd Street, Yankton, South Dakota 

Owner— Coast to Coast Store 

CLINTON, GORDON S. (1942-44) 

Res. 6224-38th Ave., N.E., Seattle 5, Washington 
Bus. 719-2nrl Ave. Bldg., Seattle 4, Wash. 
Attorney 

CLOTHIER, WM. J. 2d (1941-46) 
lies. Valley Forge, Pa, 

Bus. Yarnall & Co., 1528 Walnut Street, Philadel- 
phia 2, Pa. 
Registered Representative 

COADY, EDWARD J. (1942-47) 

Res. 480 Ocean Ave., West Haven, Conn. 

Bus. Arnold College, point Beach, Milford. Conn. 

General Manager 

COCHRAN, LOUIS (1935-41) 

Res. U24-23rd Street, Santa Monica, California 
Bus. Office of International Trade, (Washington, 

D. C.) 
West Coast Representative 

COCHRAN, RONALD V. (1942-44) 

Res. 344 Robhins Rd., Watertown, Mass. 
Bus. Mass. Broadcasting Corp. (Radio Station 
WCOl') 485 Boylston Street, Boston, Mass. 
News Director & Commentator 
(34) 



COCHRANE, WILLIAM W„ JR. (1939-47) 

Res. 516 East 66th Terrace, Kansas City 8, Mo. 
Bus. 531 Scarriott Bldg;, Kansas City 13, Mo. 
Attorney at Law 

COLE, FRANK (1925-30) 

Rea. 5 Tanglewylde Ave., Bronxville 8, N. Y. 
Bus. 85 John Street, New York 7, N. Y. 

COLE, JOHN J. (1942-45) 

Res. 17 Mid Park Lane, St. Louis 17, Mo. 
Bus. 1218 Olive Street, St. Louis 3, Mo. 
Attorney at Law 

COLEMAN, THOMAS L, (1942-43) 

Res. 180 Buffalo Street, Warsaw, N. Y. 

Bub. Warsaw, N. Y. 

Attorney 

COLLADAY, DAVID C. (1932-33) 

Res. Shawmut Apartments, 2200-19th St., N.W. 

Washington 9, D. C. 
Bus. Colladay, Colladay & Wallace, 1331 G Street, 

N.W., Washington 5, D. C. 
Attorney at Law 

CQLLARD, E. BERT, JR. (1942-46) 
Res. 509 Elm, Leavenworth, Kansas 
Bus. Barnes-Collar d Motor Co.. 6th & Delaware 

Leavenworth, Kansas 
Chevrolet Dealer 

COLLIER, WILLIAM A. (1035-42) 

Res. 1003-16th Ave., Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

COLLINS, CHAPLIN E. (1942-44) 

Res. 219 So. Stanley Drive, Beverly Hills, Calif. 
Bus. 510 W, 6th Street, Los Angeles 14, Calif. 
Res. La Dura, Sonora, Mexico 
Attorney 

COLLINS, HAROLD J. (1941-46) 
Res. La Dura, Sonora, Mexico 
Plastic Mfg. & Mining 
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COLLINS, J- KENNETH (1934-36) 

Rea. 1506 Seminary Road, Silver Spring, Md. 
Bub. Enforcement Branch, Office of International 
Trade, Tempo "T" Bldg., Washington, D. C. 
Chief, Domestic Compliance Section 

COLLINS, STAN J. (1938-40) 

Res. 100 Montgomery Lane, GJenview, 111. 

Bub. Brown & Bigelow, 360 East Grand Ave., 

Chicago 11, 111. 
District Sales Mgr. 

CONDON, DONALD J. (1041-45) 

Res. 2117 Bever Ave., S. E., Cedar Rapids, Iown 
Bus. 210 First Street, S.W., Cedar Rapids, Iowa 
Attorney at Law 

CONDRY, JOSEPH P. (1042-44) 

Res. 532 South Fifth Street, Clarksburg, W. Va. 

Bus. Enraw Building, Pike Street, Clarksburg, 
W. Va. 

Attorney & Atty. for Bd. of Review W. Va. Em- 
ployment Security 

CONERTY, JAMES E. (1941-47) 

Res. 324 Prairie Avenue, Wilmette, 111, 

Bus. Curtiss Candy Co., 1101 W. Belmont Ave., 

Chicago 13, 111. 
Personnel 

CONNELL, RAYMOND C. (1935-37) 

Res. 29 Harrison Avenue, Motitdnir, N. J. 

Bus. 6 South Fullerton Avenue, Montclair, N. J. 

Counsellor at Law 

CONNELLY, RICHARD J., JR. (1943-44) 
Res. 374 Fulton Street, Elmlra, N. Y. 
Bus. City of Elmira, N. Y., 315 Eafct Church 

Street, Elmira, N. Y. 
Lt. of Police 

CONNOLLY, ELVIN B. (1940-43) 

Res. 1344 Lake Street. San Francisco. Cnltf. 
Bus. Industrial Accident Comm., 965 Mission 

Street, San Francisco, Calif. 
Attorney 

(36) 



CONNOLLY, WILLIAM J. (1042-46) 
Res. 1660 Hull Drive, San Carlos, Calif. 
Bus. 625 Market Street, San Francisco 5, Calif. 
Attorney at Law 

CONNOR, THOMAS J. (1931-35) 

Res. 142 Kensington Rd., River Edge, N. J. 
Bus. Wright Aeronautical Corp., Wood Ridge, 

N. J. 
Labor Relations Dept. 

CONRAD. OSCAR J., JR. (1942-45) 

Res. 43 Hill Drive, Kirkwood 22, Mo. 

Bus. Conrad, Inc., 1427 Lucas, St. Louis, Mo. 

Treasurer 

CONROY, EDWARD E. (1922-46) 

Res. 356 Burns Street, Forest Hills, L. I., N. Y. 
Bus. Security Bureau, Inc., 80 Broad Street, New 

York 4, N. Y. 
Executive Vice President 

CONROY, J. ROBERT (1923-25) 

Res. 801 Hotel Chastleton, Washington, D. C. 

Bus. Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United 
States, 1026-17th Street N.W., Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Attorney 

CONROY, MORSE J. (1935-38) 

Res. 238 Liberty Ave., New Rochelle, N. Y. 
Bus. Metropolitan Life InB. Co., 1 Madison Ave., 

New York 10, N. Y. 
Home Office Inspector 

CONRY, J. JOSEPH (1941-47) 

Res. 1103 East Burlington St., Fairfield, Iowa 
Bus. Skelgas Division, Skelly Oil- Company 
District Representative 

CON«IDINE, DANIEL V. (1041-44) 
Res. 610 Hinman, Evanston, 111. 
Bus. John T. Shayne, Inc., 150 N. Michigan 

Avenue, Chicago, III. 
Vice President 

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CONWAY, WILLIAM I. (19:28-33) 

Res. 2100 S. Cuyler Avenue, Berwyn, Illinois 
Bus. Board of Trade Bldg., 141 West Jackson 

Blvd., Chicago 4, Illinois 
Lawyer 

CONYERS, ROBERT W. (1941-46) 
Res. 305 I) Street, Chila Vista, Calif. 
B"us. Davies, Burch & Conyers, 708 San Diego 

Trust & Savings Bldg., 530 Broadway, San 

Diego 1, Calif. 
Attorney 

COOK, DONALD D, (1941-48) 

Res. 792 Kenwick Rd„ Columbus, Ohio 
Bus. National Board of Fire Underwriters, 145 N. 
High St., Brunson Bldg., Columbus 15, Ohio 
Special Agt. Arson Inv. 

COOK, LEONARD J. 1942-45) 

Res. 1920 Wynnefleld Terrace, Philadelphia 31, 
Pa. 

Bus. Shapiro, Conner, Rosenfeld & Stalberg, 1600 
Market Street, National Bank Bldg., Mar- 
ket & Juniper Sts., Philadelphia 7, Pa. 

Lawyer 

COOMBS, EUGENE Q. (1937-43) 

Res. 333 South Oliver St., Wichita, Kansas 
Bus. Coombs, Smith & Shay, 811 Beacon Bldg., 

Wichita 2, Kansas 
Attorney at Law 

COOMBS, E._WM., JR. (1940-45) 

Res. 1500 So. Barton Street, Apt. 592, Arlington, 

Va. 
Bus. Willard J. Marriott, 1234 Uphur St., N.W. 

Washington, D. C. 
Hot Staoppe Manager 

COONIN, HARRY (1929-34) 

Res. 1523 Park Road, Apt. 3, Washington, D. C. 
Bus. S. Kami Sons Co., 8th and Penn Ave. 
Washington, D. C. 
i Aflst. Controller 

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COPHLAND, MORTIMER (1041-45) 

Res. 9 South Acres Ed., I'lattslnirg, N V 

Bus. Copland Oil Co., Inc., Lake Shore Ud.. Box 

271, Plattsburg, N Y. 
Attorney 

CORKRAN, CLARENCE H JR. '^£> b „ ■ 

Res. 4410 St. Barnabas Road, S.IU., >\.isiims«m 

Bus. Beth^ol Motors, Inc., 4702 Mill,r Av.mV, 
Bethesda, Md. 
a "' Sales Manager 

CORRIOAN, WILLIAM H. (1W0-47) 

Res. 15061 Garneia, Allen rnrk, Mich. 
Bus. Ford Motor Co. 

Bus. 220-3rd Avenue, San Mateo, Cant. 
Attorney at Law 

COSTBLLO, HILARY W. ("«"«> __ ,, . 

Res. 616 D Street, NJl, 7" b ^J M1 ' ^ C " N w , 

*■ "* Bus. 503 Colorado Building, 1341 G St., w.w„ 
Washington 5, D. C. 
Attorney at Law 

COSTBLLO, WILLIAM A. (1942-46) 
C0S L,W AUds Street, Nashua, =J«w »amp.lnr, 
. Bub. Costello, Moran and Mahan, 31 Mate 
Street, Boston 9, Muss. 
Lawyer 

COTB, ALBERT H. (1942-45) 

Res. 3602 Ave. J-, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Bus. 26 Park Place, New York, N. Y. 
Manufacturers Representative 

COTTER, PAUL J. (1934-38) 

Res. 1612 No. Pierce, Arlington, Va. 
Bub Rm. 913 Reconstruction Finance Corp., 711 
.-.-.■■ Vermont Ave., N.W., Washington, D. C. 

Counsel— Legal Division, RFC 
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OOUGHLIN, GERABD T. (1939-48) 

Ees. 51 Compton Ave., Plainfleld, N. J. 

Bus. Standard Brands, Inc., 585 Madison Ave* 

New York 22, N. Y. 
Purchasing Agent 

COULTHARD, G. WILLIAM (1039-45) 

Res. 401 South 8th St., Las Vegas, Nevada 
Bus. Suite 1, EI Portal Building, Las VegasJ 
Nevada .. — »« 

Attorney at Law 

COUNCIL, T. H. (1940-42) 

lies. 2415 Thomas Ave., North Eedondo, Calif. 
Bus. Lockheed Aircraft Overseas Corp., Keflavik' 

Airport, Keflavik, Iceland 
Chief of Security 

COVELLA, PETER J. (1621-27) 

Res. 529-78th Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Bus. Singer Sewing Machine Co., 149 Broadway, 
7th Floor, New York 8, N. Y. \ 

Investigator 

COWAN, RAYMOND H. CL943-44&194«-47) 

Res. 4812 N. 8th Street, Philadelphia 20, Pa. 
Bus. Samuel Cowan & Sons, Inc., 416 North 3rd 

Street, Philadelphia 23, Pa. 
Luggage Manufacturer 






COWPER, ALBERT W. (1941-45) 

Res. 604 Edwards Avenue, Klnston N C 

Bus. Box 428, Kinston, N. C. 

Lawyer— Judge Municipal-County Court 

COX, EDWARD J. (1941-45) 

Res. 8120 Fordham Road, Los Angeles 45, Calif 
Bus. U. S. Dept. Justice, Sp. Asst. U. S. Atty., 

600 Federal BIdg., Los Angeles 12, Cal. 
Attorney 

(40) 



COX, FELIX O. (1829-33) 

Res; 112 Maple Street, Decatur, Oa. 

Bub. Claims Bureau, Association of Casualty & 
Surety Companies, 702 Haas- Howell Build- 
ing, Atlanta 5, Ga. 

Special Agent in Charge 

COX, VIRGIL Q. (1942-45) 

Res. 2720 St. George St., Los Angeles 14, Calif. 
Bus. Shelby Mutual Casualty Company, 23 West 

Main Street, Shelby, Ohio 
Attorney 

COXH, DAVID B., JR. (1041-45) 

Res. 2100 Lancaster Avenue, Wilmington, Dela. 
Bus. 401 Equitable BIdg., Wilmington, Dela. 
Attorney 

CRANE, CARLYLE W. (1942-45) 

Res. 1128 Evergreen Avenue, Plainfleld, N. J. 
Bus. Wlnans, Crane & Crane, 203 Park Avenue 

Plainfleld, N. J. 
Lawyer 

CRANSTON, KENNETH C. (1942-46) 

Rea. 1625 Highland Ave., Portsmouth, Ohio 
Bus. City of Portsmouth, State of Ohio, City 

BIdg., Portsmouth, Ohio 
Municipal Judge 

CRAWFORD, WM. SCOTT, JR. (1040-45) 
Res. 1502 Isabella, Houston, Texas 
Bus. 2709 Westheimer, Houston, Texas 
Wholesale Lumber 

CREOAN, J. GERARD (1930-40) 

Res. 35-43-161st Street, Flushing, L. I., N. Y. 
Bus. 50 Broadway, New York fl, N. Y. 
Attorney 

CREMIN, DANIEL J. JR. (1940-46) 

Res. 88 Parkway Drive, Stratford, Conn. 
Bus. 645 Main Street, Bridgeport 3. Conn. 
Attorney at Law 



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CRISS, VBENON E. (1931-42) 

lies. Route 2, Box 2S4, Sonoma, Calif. 

Retired 

CROCKER, MYRON D. (1040-46) 
Res. Rt. 1, Box 5, Chowchilla, Calif. 
Bus. Boyle & Crocker, 115 Robertson Blvd., 

Chowchilla, Calif, 
Lawyer 

CRONIN, HERBERT J, (1935-41) 

Res. 51 Kenilworth Road, Arlington 74, Mass. 

CRONIN, JAMES R. (1942-43) 

Res. 500 West 130th St., New York, N. Y. 
Bus. Henry Pollak, Inc., 417-Bth Ave., New York, 

N. Y. 
Asst. to Comptroller 

CROSBY, KENNETH M. (1939-46) 
Res. Apnrtado 400, Havana, Cuba 
Bub. Merrill Lynch, Pieree, Fen iter & Beitne, 

Calle Aguiar 367, Havana, Cuba 
Broker (Manager Office) 

CROW, FRED W., JR. (1940 45) 
Res. Syracuse, Ohio 
Bus. Court & Main, Pomeroy, Ohio 
Attorney at Law 

CROW, RICHARD E. (1041-47) 

Res. 4133 Exposition Blvd., Los Angeles, Cal. 
Bus. 312 Bartlett Bldg., Los Angeles 14, Cal. 
Attorney 

CROW, WALTER A. (1941-45) 

Res. 784 Berkshire Road, Grosse Fointe Park 30, 

Mich. 
Bus. The J. L. Hudson Company, 1206 Wood- 
ward Avenue, Detroit 26, Michigan 
Asst. to the General Manager 
CROWL, ARTHUR H. (1932-48) 

Res. 3217-155th Street, Flushing, N. Y. 

Bus, RCA Victor Division, 415 South 5th Street, 

Harrison, N. J. 
Field Security Officer 

(48) 



CRUISE, BENEDICT P. (1034-45) 
Res. 413 W. 5th St, Hays, Kansas 
. Bus. Haney & Cruise, 108 E. 12th Street, Hays, 
Kansas 
Lawyer 

CULLINAN, PAUL H. (1941-46) 

Res. 27 Nash Lane, Apt. 2, Bridgeport 5, Conn. 
Bub. CulHnan & Calllnan, Attys at Law, 1115 

Main Street, Bridgeport 5, Conn. ' 

Attorney at Law 

CUNNINGHAM, PAUL Y. (1940-46) 

Res. 1827 Palm Blvd., Brownsville, Texas 

Bus. Faulk, Sharp e & Cunningham, 418 S. E. 

12th St., Brownsville, Texas 
Attorney 

CUQUET, FERNANDO J., JR. (1941-45) 

Res. 1615 Mlrabeau Avenue, New Orleans, La. 
Bus. Kehl & Cuquet, 417 Carondelet Bldg., New 

Orleans, La. 
Attorney at Law — Notary Public 

CURRAN, WILLIAM R. (1941-46) 

Res. 234 Tremont Street, Mauston, Wisconsin 
Bus. Curran, Curran & Curran, 111 Oak Street, 

Mauston, Wisconsin 
Attorney 

CURTIS, DALE R. (1941-45) 

Res. 2686 Alden Street, Salt Lake City 6, Utah 
Blis. Curtis Coal Co., 2219 Highland Drive, Salt 

Lake City 6, Utah 
Secy .-Manager 

CURTIS, PAUL M. (1942-44) 
Res. Rt. 3, Marietta, Ga. 
Bus. W.A.A., C.E.D., Atlanta, Ga. 
Special Agent 
CUSHING, ERNEST R. (1928-31) 

Res. 2655 Polk Street, Apt. 603, San Francisco 9, 

Calif. 
Bus. General Services Administration, 1000 Geary 

Street, San Francisco 9, Calif, 
Attorney 

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CUSICK, RAT J. (1025-26) 

lies. 1550 Bell wood Road, San Marino 9, Calif. 
Bus. Cass & JohaiiBing, 323 West OtU Street, Los 

Angeles 13, Calif. 
Attorney 

CUTHBERTSON, W. CARROLL (1839-45) 
Res. 8353 St. Lawrence, Chicago 19, 111. 
Bus. Chicago Crime Commission, 7D W. Monroe 

Street, Chicago, 111. 
Investigator 

CUTLER, HERBERT S. (1936-42) 

lies. 014 Friacovllle Ave., Arabi, Louisiana 
Bus. 417 Canal Bldg., New Orleans, La. 
Title Abstracts 

CUTTINO, CHARLES L. (1929-33) 

Res. ]0 Corbett Street, Sumter, S. C. 
fins. 6 Law Range, Sumter, S. C. 
Attorney — Parmer Legislator 



DALNESS, KARL M. (1943-47) 

Res. 7648 Magnolia Ave., Riverside, Calif. 
Bub. Brown & Bigelow, Quality Park, St. Paul 4, 

Minn. 
Advertising Representative 
1 1 AM PEER, JOHN L. (1042-45) 

Res. 3176 Sycamore Road, Cleveland Hgts, IS, 

Ohio 
Bus. Thompson, Hine and Plory, 1122 Guardian 

Building, Cleveland 14, Ohio 
Attorney 

DANTELRON, GEORGE E. (1039-44) 

Res. 623 West 5th Street, Los Angeles 13, Calif. 
Rus. U. S. Attorney, Southern District of Calif,, 

600 Federal Bldg., Los Angeles 12, Cal. 
Asst. U. S. Attorney 

IVAXNA, SAMUEL, JR. (1943-4f>) 

Res. 100 Franklin St., Morristown, N. J. 

Bus. New Amsterdam Casualty Company, 60 John 

Street, New York 7, N. Y. 
Attorney & Asst. to Vice President 
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bANNENBERG, WILLIAM C. (1908-12) 

i Res. 401 W. Fullerton Parkway, Chicago 14, 111. 

■1 Bus. Ill West Monroe St., Suite 1110, Chicago 3, 

111. 
Civil & Criminal Investigator & Vice President, 

Armored Express Corp. 

BANNER, HARLAND F. (1941-45) 

Res. 807 S. Division St., Ann Arbor, Michigan 
Bus. % Mene Grande Oil Co., Apartado 709, 

Caracas, Venezuela 
Industrial Relations Representative 

BANNER, RICHARD G. (1936-4(1) 
Re«|. 2485 Trapp Avenue, Miami, Flu. 
Bus: City Hall, Miami, Fin. 
City Manager, City of Minmi 

DANNEVIK, WM. C, JR. (1940-47) 

Res. 7642 Oak Street, Kansas City, Mo. 

Bus. Riss & Company, Inc., 9th & Burlington, 

■* No. Kansas City, Mo. 
Attorney 

DARLING, ROT A. (1919-27) 

Res. 10685 Lalce Avenue, Chippewa Lake, Mich. 
Commander, V. S. Navy (Rtd) 

DAVENPORT, JOHN M. (1042-46) 

Res. 2012 University Ave., Madison, Wisconsin 
Bus. Ray-O-Vac Company, 212 E. Washington 

Ave., Madison, Wise, 
Foreign 

DAVIDSON. ALEX C, JR. (1041 -W) 

Res. 31012 Walker Road, Bay Village, Ohio 
Bus. American Steel & Wire Co., 1072 Rockefel- 
ler Bldg., Cleveland 13, Ohio 
Industrial Relations 

DAVIS, GORDON W. (1942-43) 

Res. 469 N, 8th Strei't. Laramie, Wyoming 

Bus. Park & Duvlh, Hox t)84, Laramie, Wyoming 

Box 984, Laramie, Wyoming 
Attorney 

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DAVIS HARRY M (1536-48) 

Res. 130 B. Thnch Ave., Auburn, Ata, 
Bus. Auburn Alumni Association, Alabama 
Polytechnic Inst,, Textile Bldg.-API, Au- 
burn, Ala. 
Executive Secretary 

DAVIS, JOHN L. (1940-45) 

Res. 87 Washington Ave., Has tinge-on -Hudson 6, 
N. Y. 

Bus. Erwin, Wasey & Company, Inc., 420 Lexing- 
ton Avenue, New York 17, N. Y. 

Assistant Treasurer 
DAVIS, MORTIMER J. (1017-26) 

Res. 73-20-Austin Street, Forest Hills, N. T. 

Bub. New York Credit Men's Assoc, 71 West 
23rd Street, New York 10, N. Y. 

Executive Manager and Secretary 

DAVIS, ROY W. (1942-48) 

Res. 3806 Parkview Ave., Richmond 22, Va. 

Bub. % Reynolds Metals Company, 301 E. Grace 
St., Richmond 19, Va. 

Accountant 
DAVIS, THOMAS O. (1942-47) 

Res. 626 Coventry Road, Decatur, Ga. 

Bus, 203 Masonic Temple Bldg., Decatur, Ga. 

Attorney at Law 

DEAN, JOSEPH E. (1941-47) 

Res. 2200 East Jarvis Ht., Milwaukee 11, Wise. 
Bub. Allis-Chalmerg Mfg. Co., So. 70th Street, 

Milwaukee, Wise. 
Attorney — Labor Relations 

DEAN, WARREN L. (1942^46) 

Res. 906 North B St., Indianola, Iowa 
Bus. U. S. Dept. of State, Washington, D. C. 
Foreign Service Officer 

DE BUSK, MANUEL C. (1942-45) 

Res. 5803 Mockingbird Lane, Dallas 6, Texas 

Bus. DeBtisk & DeBusk, 342 Rio Grande National 1 f 

Bldg., Dallas 1, Texas ' ''■ 

Lawyer — Partner 

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MMJKtJfe*, HARRY <J. (i942-4o) 

Res. 8122 Teasdale Ave., University City 25, Mo. 
Bus. 1821 Lucas Ave., St. Louis 3, Mo. 
, Mfi 1 ., St. Louis Candle & Wax Co. 

DEHGAN, WILLIAM P. (1943-45) 
Res. 1121 N.W. 29 Terr, Miami, Fla, 

PBBRB, A T. (1934-41) 

Res. 1423 W. Fourth, Freeport, Texas 
Bus. The Dow Chemical Company, Texas Divi- 
sion, Freeport, Texas 
' General Supt. of Plant Protection 

DH FRANCO, JOSEPH F. (1940-43) 

Res. 4429 New Hnmpshiro St.. San Diego 3. Calif. 

Bus. 110 Sutter St., San Francisco 4, Calif., O. 
P.A. Internal Intelligence Div., Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Special Representative 

DELAHANTY, THOMAS E. (1941-44) 
Res. 158 College Street, Lewiston, Maine 
Bus. 103 Park St., Lewiston, Maine 
Attorney at Law 

DB LISIO, LEONARD T. (1939-43) 

Res. 1423 Sheridan St., N.W., Apt C-2, Washing- 
ton 11, D. C. 

Bus. War Assets— General Services Administra- 
tion, 17th & Independence Ave., Washing- 
ton 3, D. C. 

Special Agent 

DELLWO, ROBERT D. (1942-48) 

Res. 10410 E. Alki, Opportunity, Wash. 
Bus. 810 Old National Bank, Spokane, Wash. 
Lawyer 

DE LONG, CHARLES F., JR. (1941-45) 
Res. 75 Waverly Ave., Tuckahoe, N. Y. 
Bus. Gold smith' b Boat Shops, Inc., Sonthold, L. 

I., $. Y. 
Vice President and Secretary 

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DENCE, WALTER A (i9&-4«) 

Res. 2849 8. W. 12th St., Miami, Florida 

Bus. Murrell, Fleming & Flowers, 1218 DuPont 

Bldg., Miami, Florida 
Attorney 

DENNY, JOHN L. (1930-32) 

Rea, 3118 Walnut St., Huntington Park, Calif. 
Bus. City Attorney, City of Los Angeles, City 

Hall, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Attorney 

DEPLBR, G. WILLIAM (1842-44) 

Res. 20 High School Avenue, Shelby, Ohio 
Bus. First National Bank Bldg., Shelby, Ohio 
Lawye* 

DEVEREUX, WALTER J. (1030-42) 

Res. 725 8. Clinton Street, Oak Park, 111. 
Bus. Chicago Crime Commission, 79 West Mon- 
roe Street, Rm. 300, Chicago 3, Illinois 
Chief Investigator 

HE VINE, EDMOND F. (1941-43) 

Res. 2023 Seneca Avenue, Ann Arbor, Mich, 
Bus. DeVine & DeVlne, 106 N. 4th Ave., Ann 

, Arbor, Mich. 
Lawyer 

DEVINE, EDWARD D„ JR. (1942-46) 
Res. 9210 Everts Ave., Detroit 24, Mich. 
Bus. Devine, Kent & Devlne, 1419 Majestic Bldg. 

Detroit 26, Michigan 
Attorney at Law 

DEVINE, SAM L. (1040-45) 

Res. 275 N, Stnmvood Rd., Columbus ft, Ohio 
Bus. Hamilton & Kramer Law Offices, Hunting- 
ton Bank Bldg., 17 South High Street, 
Columbus 15, Ohio 
Attorney at Law 

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DflVLtN, JOHN H. (1940-47) 
:■. : Res. 1977 Seaton Street, Pittsburgh 26, Pa. 
j; -Bus. Boom 111, Allegheny County Court House 
^ Pittsburgh 10, Pa. 

1 Real Estate Deputy & Attorney at Law 

DSWEY, ORVILLE C. (1922-39) 
<-• Res. 459 Drexel Avenue, Glencoe, Illinois 

Bus. U. S. Government, 1213 Lake Shore Drive 
Chicago, 111. 

DICK, ROBERT W. (1927-31) 

Res. 3 Belteview Terrace, West Orange, N. J. 
Bus. Association of Casualty & Surety Cos., B0 

John Street, New York 7, N. Y. 
Attorney 

DICKERSON, MILTON B. (1942-46) 

Res. 109 Abbot Hall, Michigan State College 
East Lansing, Michigan 

Bus. Michigan State College, Business Adminis- 
tration Dept., East Lansing, Michigan 

Asst Professor— Business Law 

DJCKEY, CHARLES D., JR. (1942-43) 
* Res. Conestoga & Newtown Rds., Ithan, Pa. 

Bus. Scott Paper Co., Chester, Pa. 

Purchasing Dept, 
DICKSON, HOBART L., JK. (1942-47) 

Res. 1224 South Xanthus, Tulsa, Okla. 

Bus. 421 East 10th St, Tulsa, Okla. 

Co-Owner-^CUcquot Club Bottling Co. 

DICKSON, WILLIAM C. (1928-40) 

Res. 734 East 26th Street, Paterson 4, N. J. 
Bus. U. S. Court of Claims, Washington, D c 
Accountant 

DICKSTEIN, ABRAHAM (1934-44) 

Res. 250 West 94 Street, New York 26, N. Y. 

DIDELIUS, WILLIAM E. (1942-46) 

Res. 619 Elm Street, Sandusky, Ohio 
Bus. 312 Washington Bldg., Sandusky, Ohio 
Attorney 

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DtlBMER, EDWARD E. (iO$0-$7) 

Res. 604 Glendale Rd., Webster Groves 19, Mo. 
Bub- Associated Industries of Missouri, 2004 
Railway Exchange BIdg., St Louie 1, Mo. 
Director of Research 

DIERST, GLENN V. {1035-40) 

Res. 1215-152 Ave., S. W., Seattle 66, Washington 
Bus. Boeing Airplane Company, 7701 E. Marginal 

Way, Seattle, Wash, 
Plant Protection Manager 

DIBTZ, HENRY A. (1934-36) 

Res. 1650 Kenneth Way, Pasadena 3, Calif. 

Bus. State of California, Dept of Justice, 600 

State BIdg., Los Angeles 12, Calif. 
Asst. Attorney General 
DIETZ, J. THOMAS (1941-45) 

Res. 38 Parkwood Blvd., Pouglikeepsie, X. Y. 
Bus. 54 Market Street, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 
Attorney 

DILLON, JAMES W. (1912-23) 

Res. 494 Innes Road, Wood-Ridge, N. J. 

Bus. Cravath, Swaine & Moore, 15 Broad Street, 

New York 5, N. Y. 
Secretary 

DILLON, .JOHN R. (1914-18) 

Res. 2197 Oakdale Rd., Cleveland Hts. 18, Ohio 
Bus. American Steel & Wire Co., 676 Rockefeller 

BIdg,, 614 Superior Ave., N. W., Cleveland 

13, Ohio 

DINGWALL, JOHN F. (1942-46) 

Res. 14 Plymouth Road, Wellesley Hills, 82, 
Mass. 

Bus. Management Consultants, Inc., 161 Devon- 
shire Street, Boston 10, Mass. 

Investigator 

DISTELHORST, EDWARD J. (1942-46) 

Res. 391-20th St., S.E., Cedar Rapids, Iowa 
Bus. Union Automobile Indemnity Assoc, 3B1- 

20th St., S. E., Cedar Rapids, Iowa 
District Claim Manager 

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DHJTOB, WILLIAM E. (1942-47) 

Res. 2299 Pacific Avenue, San Francisco, Calif 
Bus. Western Crown Cork & Seal Corp., 2650 

Bay Shore Blvd., San Francisco, Calif 
Sales 

DIXON, EDWARD C. (1934-43) 

Res. 2219 Maple Ave., Evanston, 111. 

Bus. Investigators, Inc., 200 So. La Salle Street, 

Chicago 4, III. 
Investigator— Accountant 

DIXON, EUGENE D. (1939-45) 

Res. 36 Hlghfield Lane, Cedargrove, N. J. 

Bus. Irving Trust Co., 233 Broadway, New York 

8, N. Y. 
Banking 

DODD, THOMAS (1933-34) 

Res. 63 Concord Street, West Hartford, Conn. 
Bus. Pelgrift, Dodd, Blumenfeld & Nair, 130 

Capitol Avenue, Hartford 6, Conn. 
Attorney at Law 

DOftaB, DON W. (1942-46) 

Res. 1414 Bever Ave., S.E., Cedar Rapids, Iowa 
Bus. Simmons, Perrine, Albright, Elhyoc-d & 
NefT, 1215 Merchants Natl. Bank BIdg., 
Cedar Rapids, Iowa 
Attorney 

DODGE, JOSEPH C. (1942-44) 

Res. 110 East 73rd Street, Kansas City, Mo. 
Bus. Old American Insurance Co., One West 

Ninth Street, Kansas City, Mo. 
Claims Manager 

DOHERTY, FRANK W. (1942-46) 

Res. 4304 Chevy Chase Drive, La Canada, Cali- 
fornia 

Bus. 717 Title Insurance BIdg., 433 S. Spring 
Street, Los Angeles 13, Calif. 

Attorney at Law 

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DOLAN, HENRY P. (1033-36) 

Res. 40-36-2021.,! Street, Bayside, L. L, ft * 
Bus. Wright Aero Corp., Wood-Ridge £ I' 
Treasurer— Controller 

DO LAN, JAMES W. (1042-46) 

lies. 450 Columbia Street, Cohoes, New York 

Bus. U2 state Street, Albany 7 NY 
Attorney 

DOLE, GBOKGE V. (1941-4fl) 

Bus. 109 N. Central Avenue, Paris, m 
Attorney 

DOLHOF, ROBERT B. (1941-46) 
Res. 201 Willow Avenue, Joliet III 

CW C T' an / nStltUte ° f La «»^r in g, gouth 
LJilcago Avenue, Joliet, III 
Training Director 

DONAGHUE, FRANK J. (1033.39) 

W^v^'" 1 ; AVG " W <"»^on Height* 
west View, Pittsburgh Pa 

N»tional Supply Co., 1400 Grant Bldg 
Pittsburgh 30, Pa. « ,u s-> 

Direetor, Industrial Relations Div. 
DONAHUE, FRANK R„ JR. (lf)4 , 4fJ) 

Res. 115 w. Tulpehocken St., Phllade phi* 44 Vh 

Attorney CheBt " Ut St "' p WladeIpliln 2. P a . * ' 

DONALDSON, WILLIAM H. K. (1W2-46) 
Re. WW Street, Jaokson Heights, N . Y 
Bus. P. O. Kox 106!), New York jj Y 
Attorney at Law 

DONNELLY, WILLIAM R. (1942-45) 

Bus Artht J°7 inden Dr ^ Sp ri „ gfie .d ( Pa. 

Public Accountant 

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DONOVAN, EDWIN J. (1941-43) 

Res. 12 Wright Street, Cambridge 38, Mass 
-Lawyer 

DONOVAN, JOHN M. (1942-45) 

Res. 1405 Vermilion Road, Duluth 5, Minn 
Bus. McCabe, Gruber, Clure, Donovan & Crags- 
weller, 700 Torrey Building, Duluth 2, Minn 
Attorney at Law 

DORE, ROBERT M. (1941-45) 

Res. 109 Stratford Road, Brooklyn 18 N Y 
Bub. Shappe- Wilkes, Inc., 215 Fourth Ave ' New 

York 3, N. Y, 
Account Executive— Advertising Agency 

DO WD, EDWARD L. (1942-48) 

Res. 5118 Jamleson Avenue, St. Louis Mo 
Bus .722 Chestnut Street, St. Louis, Mo 
Attorney— Private Investigation*) 

DOWELL, HAMILTON C. (1940-45) 

Res. 1822 MeGilvra Blvd., Seattle 2, Wash 
Bus. 521 Peoples Bank Bldg., Seattle 1, Wash- 
ington 
Broker 

BOWLING, EMMETT P., JR, (1041-40) 
Res. 24019 E. Silsby Rd., Cleveland, Ohio 
Bus. Youngstown Steel Door Co., 590 The Ar 

cade, Cleveland, Ohio 
Sales Mgr., Industrial Products 

DOYLE, GEORGE P. (1942-46) 

Res. 3855 North Denny, Indianapolis, Indiana 
Bus. 1107 Hume Mansur Bldg., Indianapolis, 

Indiana 
Attorney at Law 

DOT LB, WILLIAM H. (1038-43) 

Res. 26 West Silver Street, Mld.lletown, Conn 
Bus^U. S. Dept of State, Washington, D, C, 

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DRAPER, ERNEST M, (1042-46) 

Bes 78 Eighth Avenue, Brooklyn 16, N. T. 
Bub. Wildrlck and Miller, Inc., 630 Fifth Avenue, j 

New York 20, N. Y. 
Account Executive 

DREHBR, ROBERT H. (1940-45) 

Res. 98 La Salle Avenue, Piedmont 11, Call*. ^ 
Bub. 601 Bank of Commerce Bldg., Oakland 12, j 

Calif. 
Attorney 

DRISCOLL, CLEMENT J. (1B41-46) 

Res. 84 Cedar Street, Park Forest, Chicago | 

Heights, HI- 
But. Armour and Company, Law Dept, U 

Tarda, Chicago 9, 111. 
Attorney 

DRURY, JOHN B. (1930-46) 

Res. Ill Jackson Ave., Schenectady 4, N. Y. 
Bus. Transcontinental Western Air Line, 

Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y. 
Security Administrator 

DUFPBY, HORACE R. (1934-46) 

Rea. 312 East College Ave., Waukesha, Wisconsin 
Bus. RCA Victor, Indianapolis, Ind. 

DUFFY, FRED B. (1942-45) 

Res 4702 N.E. Alameda, Portland 13, Oregon 
Bu,b. Parker & Duffy, 616 Yeon Bldg.. Portland 

4, Oregon 
Attorney 

DUFFY, IRA W. (1984-42) 

- Res. 2000 Lincoln Park West, Chicago 14, 111. 

Bus. Wire, Incorporated, 6344 North Clark Street, 
Chicago 26, 111. 

President 

DUOGAN, C. STANLEY (1934-37) 
Res. 610 Belmont Ave., Chicago, 111. 
Bus. Room 2006, 120 Broadway, New York, N. Y 
Accountant 

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I DUGGAN, EDWARD J. (1942-46) 
if, .Res. 12 Hinckley Street, Dorchester 26, Mass. 
fr Bub. Lyne, Woolworth & Evarts, 75 Federal 
Street, Boston 10, Mass. 
Lawyer 
DUKE, L. CHARLES (1928-50) 

Bee. GrasByhill Road, Old Lyme, Conn. 
'.'*' Bus. U. S. Government, Room 823, 120 Wall 
Street, New York 6, N. Y. 
Investigator 
DUNCAN, CHARLES M. (1940-44) 

Res. Veterans Administration Center, WHshire 
& Sawtelle Blvde., Lob Angeles 25, Cal. 
" Executive OHieer— Hospital 
DUNLAP, ROBERT B. (1941-45) 
Bes. Route One, Caldwell, Idaho 
Bus. Dunlap & Dunlap, 914 Main Street, Cald- 
well, Idaho 
... ~ Lawyer 

DUNLOP, JAMBS R. (1935-46) 

Bes. 4628 Sedgwick Street, N.W., Washington 16, 

D. C. 
Bus. 932 D St., N.W., Washington 4, D. C. 
Photographic Specialist 

DUNN, JOSEPH B. P. (1918^36) 

Res. 1119 South Highland Ave., Los AngeleB 35, 

Calif. „ _ ■ 

Bus. Dunn Bureau of Investigation, 2525 West 

7th Street, Los Angeles 5, Calif. 
Private Investigations 



(1919-26) 
Box 767) Oakdale, L.. I.. 



DUNN, WILLIAM E., JR. 
Bes. Jade Street, (P. O. 

N. Y. 
Retired 
DUNNE, WILLIAM D. (1940-46) 

Bes. 209 Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn 6, N. Y. 
Bus. Blaisdell & Dunne, 347 Madison Avenue. 

New York 17, N. Y. 
Lawyer 

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DUNPHY, EDWIN P. (1942-45) 

Reg. 66 Washington Are., Northampton, Mass. 
Bub. Stevens, Dunphy ft Brown, 78 Main Street, 

Northampton, Mass. 
Attorney at Lav 

DUPUIS, PATRICK H, (1922-28) 

Rea, 108 Court Street, New Bedford, Haas. 
Bus. 226 Ash Street, New Bedford, Haas. 
Sheriff of Bristol County 



DURBIN, WILLIAM A. (1942-45) 

Res. 510 Ne» Rd„ Groase Polnte, Michigan 
Bus. Ivy Lee & T. J. Ross, 6071 Second Avenue, 

Detroit 32, Michigan 
Public Relations Counsel 

DWYER. DANIEL F. (1022-28) 

Res. W North Broadway, Tarrytown, N. T. 
Bus. The Pullman Co., Grand Central Terminal, 

New York 17, N. Y. 
Inspector — Speeial Service Dept. 

DWYBR, JAMES B., JR. (1041-44) 
Res. 3520 Beech St., Brie, Pa. 
Bus. Quinn, Leemhuis, Plate and Pwyer, 1409 G. 

Daniel Baldwin Bids;., Brie, Pa. 
Attorney 

DYE, PAUL (1942-44) 

Res. 21 S. E. 9th Avenue, Ft. Lauderdale, FJa, 
Bub. 101 N.E. 1st Street, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 
Real Estate 

DYGERT, ROBERT W. (1843-45) 

Res. 4713 Clinton Avenue, Minneapolis 0, Minn. 
Bus. Stinchfield, Mackall, Crounse ft Moore, 1100 
First National- Soo Line Bldg,, Minneapolis. 
2, Minn. 
Lawyer 



P6UCS8, WILLIAM S. (1940-47) 

Res. 163 East 18th Street, Durango, Colo. 
Bus. Bakes & Eakes, Box 235, Durango, Colo. 
Lawyer 

IflttXHART, WARREN S. (1941-45) 

Res. 1902 South Seventh Street, Ironton, Ohio 
Bus. 213 First National Bank Bldg., Ironton, 

Ohio 
Attorney 

PmBRLB, CHARLES E. (1943-45) 

f : Res. 1425 McCaiisland Ave., St Louis 17, Mo. 

Bus. New England Mutual Life Ins. Co., 830 
Boatmen s Bank Bldg., 314 No. Broadway, 
St. Louie 2, Mo. 
Life Insurance 

ECHLIN, LEWIS H. (1940-44) 

Res. 445 Moran Rd„ Grosse Pointe Farms 30, 

Michigan 
Bus. 3000 Schaefer Rd., Dearborn, Michigan 
Ford Motor Company 

HLPBRIN. LOUIS (1922-27) 

Rea, 135 Eastern Parkway Brooklyn 17, N. Y. 
Bus. 44 Court Street, Brooklyn 2, N. Y, 
Treasurer 

SKEOREN, WALDO A. (1042-43) 

Res. 16-9th Street, W-, Havre, Montana 
Bus. Railroad ft Public Service Comm., state 
Capitol, Railroad Comm., Helena, Montana 
Auditor 

HLICH, JOHN F. (1937-44) 

Res. 414 E. 52nd Street, New York 16, N. Y. 
Bus. Sperry Gyroscope Co., Great Neck, L, I., 

N. T. 
Security Director 

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BLLBDGE, LEON W. (1642-45) 

Res. 1084 Sylvan Avenue, Salt Lake City 5, Utah 
Bus. Petty Motor,. Inc., 909 E. 21st South, Salt 

Lake City 5, Utah 
Auto Dealer 

(9?-W6X) HoniK 'Nraarm 

Res. 159 Main Street, Norwalk, Conn. 

Bub. 97 Washington Street, South Norwalk, Conn. 

199 Main Street, White Plains, N. Y. 
Private Investigator 

ELLSWORTH, CHARLES W., JR. (1940-45) 

Res. 44 Thompson Place, Lynhrook, L. I., N. T. 
Bus. 31 Broadway, Lynbrook, L. I., N. Y. 
Bus, 1338 Bushwick Ave., Brooklyn 7, N. Y 

Attorney at Law 

ELMQUIST, CHARLES E. (1942-45) 

Res. 737 Cherokee Ave., Des Moines 16, Iowa 
Bus. Iowa Casket Company, 510 E. Walnut, Des 

Moines 9, Iowa 
President 

ENDICOTT, EUGENE F. (1942-45) 

Hue. 15i) Summer Street, Hingham, Msiss. 
Bus. 80 Federal Street, Boston 10, Mass. 

Attorney 

ENDRES, CARLTON J. (1931-38) 

Res. 281B Van Ness Ave., Apt. 8, San Francisco 9, 
Calif. 

Bus. U. S. Navy — Federal Office Bldg., San Fran- 
cisco 2, Calif. 
Agent 

ERICH, CARL D. (1942-45) 

Res, 8 Dogwood Drive, West Orange, N. J. 
Bus. General Poods Corp., 250 Park Avenue, New 
York 17, N. Y. 

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BKSKINE, ROBERT A. (1942-46) 
1 Res. 10680 W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles W, 
Calif 
Bus. Hastings Chevrolet Co., 209 Colorado Ave., 

Santa Monica, Calif. 
Partner in Retail Chevrolet Agency 

EftWIN, WILFRED H. <1»*M5) 

iL 422 West Clinton St., Howell, Mich. 
Bus. 110 North Michigan Ave., Howell, Michi- 
gan 
Attorney at Law 

ESPINOSA, J. R- (1925-34) 

ReB 853 Sheridan Rd., Wilmette, 111. 
B^ Bureau of the Public Debt, Treas. D^t.. 
Room 304 Mdse Mart, Chicago, 111- 

EVANS, JOSEPH W. (1943-45) 

Res 3817 W. Blddison, Ft. Worth 4, Texas 
Jus. Free & Peters, Inc., 406 W. 7th, Fort Worth 

2, Texas 
Manager 

FVTCRARD. WILLIAM S. (1942-47) 

Ret 13566 Northlawn Avenue, Detroit 4, Michi- 

Bus. ^Advertising Specialties Company, 2457 

Woodward Ave., Detroit 1, Mich. 
Sales— Advertising 



FAIR, CHARLES D. (1942-44) 

Res So. Columbus, Louisville. Miss. 
Bus. Masonic Bldg., Louisville, Miss, 
Attorney 

FAIR, WILLIAM W., JR. <^;f> 

Bes 5625 Stonegate Road, Dallas, Texas 
Bus 1312 Main Street, Dallas, Texas 
Partner— Hester Title & Abet. Co. 
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FALVEY, FRANKLIN P. (1929-32) 

Res. 1089 Navarro Ave., Pasadena 3, Calif. 

Bus. Rexnlt Drug Company, 8400 Beverly Blvd., 

Los Angeles 36, Calif. 
Regional Manager, Special Services Department 

FARLEY. JOHN J. (1942-45) 

Res. 4302 Floral Avenue, Norwood 12, Ohio 
Bus. Davis & Farley, 18 B. 4th Street, Cincin- 
nati 2, Ohio 
Attorney 

FARLEY, JOSEPH H. (1034-3!)) 

Res. 55 Dover Avenue, La Grange, Illinois 
Bus. Veterans Administration, 366 W. Adams St 

Chicago, Illinois 
Attorney 

FARMER, WILLIAM C. (1941-49) 
Res. 1129 W. l«th, Wichita, Kansas 
Bub. 212 Petroleum Bldg., Wichita, Kansas 
Attorney 

FARRELL, BRYAN (1934-38) 

Res. Hudson View Cardens Apt. C-45, 183rd St. 

& Finehurst Ave., New York 33, N, Y. 
Bus. Office of Special Investigations (I.O.) USAF, 

67 Broad Street, New York 4, N. Y. 
Special Agent 

FARRELL. FRANK A. (1941-44) 

Res. 102 East Amherst Street, Buffalo 14 N Y 
Bus. 877-883 Ellicott Square, Buffalo 3, N. Y*. 
Attorney-Investigator 

FARRELL, RAYMOND F. (1931-33) 

Res. York Apts., 532-20th Street, N.W., Wash- 

ingon, D. C. 
Bus. U. S. Dept. of Justice, Immigration & Nat- 
uralization Service, 19th & East Capital, 
N.E., Washington, D. C, 
Asst, Commissioner 

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FAULKNER, JOHN G„ JR. (1941-45) 

Res. 6009 Marigny Street, New Orleans, La. 
Bus. U. S. Bureau of Narcotics, 524 Federal 

Office Bldg., New Orleans, La. 
Narcotic Agent 

FAY, FRANCIS X. (1922-35) 

lies. P. O. Box 226, Rowayton, Conn. 

Bus. R. H. Macy & Co., Inc., Herald Square, 

New York, N Y. 
Executive 

FELLOWES, RUSSELL J, (1B17-19) 

Res. Edgewater Beach Hotel, 530d Block Sheri- 
dan Rd„ Chicago 4l>, III. 
Bus. Alexander Hamilton Institute, N, Y. 
Enrollment of Executive Trainees 

FERGUSON, BOB (1018-23) 
Res. Jo Ion, Calif. 
Rancher 

FERGUSON, THOMAS S. (1042-46) 

Res. 1317 East 25th St., Oakland «, Calif. 

Bus. Brown, Smith & Ferguson, 1305 Franklin 

Street, Oakland 11, Calif. 
Attorney at Law 
Investigator 

FERRIN, S. PAUL {1930-4 
Res. 417 California, Peoria, III. 
Bus. 1203 First National Bank Bldg., Peoria, 111. 
Attorney at Law 

KICKLKN, CONTEE S. (1U18-21!) 

Res. 110G North Garfield, Arlington, Vn. 

Bus. National Savings and Trust Co., 15th & 

N, Y. Avenue, Washington, D. C. 
Lawyer 

FILTER, PATRICK S. (1942-44) 

Res. 7934 S. Marshfield Ave., Chicago 20, 111. 
Bus. Castle, Hrintliuger & Carey, 111 W. Wash- 
ington St., Cuimgo 2, 111. 
Attorney 

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FINDLING, O. EARL (1942-47) 

Res. 2020 South Ninth St., Alhambra, Calif. 
Manufacturers' Representative 

FINK, HERBERT (1929-31) 

Res. 2902 Norfolk Ave., Baltimore 15, Md. 

Bus. Paramount Roofing Co., 1744 W. North 

Ave., Baltimore, Md. 
Salesman 

PIRMIN, JOHN C. (1941-46) 

Res. 216 First Street, FIndlay, Ohio 
Bus. 322 Niles Building, Findlay, Ohio 

Attorney at Law 

FISHER, CHARLES W. (1918-32) 

Res. 11322 Forest St., Chicago 28, III. 

Bus. Northern District of Illinois, 828 U. S. 

Court House, Chicago 4, Illinois 
Chief U. S. Probation— Parole Offer. 

FISHER, EDWARD T. (1842-45) 

Res. 3485-6th Aye. No., St. Petersburg, Fla. 
Bus. 423 Florida National Bank Bldg., St. Peters- 
burg, Fla. 
Attorney at Law 

FISHER, ROBERT W. (1941-46) 

Res. 3424-lOth Street North, St. Petersburg, Fla. 
Bus. First Natl. Bank Bldg., St. Petersburg, Fla, 
Attorney at Law 

FITCH, GEORGE F. (1936-42) 

Res. 460 Helen Drive, Mill brae, California 

FITCH, LOUIS H. (1942-45) 

Ros. 903 Woodlawn Avenue, Springfield, Ohio 
Bus. Wittenberg College, Springfield, Ohio 
Business Manager 

FITZGERALD, THOMAS G. (1942-44) 

Res. 1527 Estes Ave., Chicago 26, Illinois 

Bus. Advance Mortgage Co., 105 So. La Salle 

Street, Chicago, Illinois 
Attorney 

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FITZPATRICK, BERNARD J, (1939-47) 

Res. P. O. Box 113, Managua, Nicaragua, C. A. 
Bus. J. L. Griffith & Co., P. O. Box 113, Man- 
agua, Nicaragua, C. A. 
Manager — Export-Import Business 

FITZPATRICK, JAMES A. (1942-46) 

Res. 1300 Center Street, Watertown, Wise. 

Bus. Clifford & Fitapatrick, 217 Main Street, 

Watertown, Wise. 
Attorney at Law 

FITZPATRICK, JAMES E. (1924-35) 

Res, 207 Bunker Hill St^. Charlestown, Mass. 

FLANAGAN, FRANCIS D. (1939-44) 

Res. 3630 Whitehaven Pky., N. W., Washington 

7, D. C. 
Bus. Senate Office, Investigating Comm., Senate 

Office Building, Washington, D. C. 
Ass. Counsel 

FLANDERS, ROBERT L. (1935-46) 

Res. 739 Harvard No., Seattle 2, Washington 
Bub. 855 Dexter Horton Bldg., Seattle 2, Wash. 
Attorney 

FLATLET, ROBERT H. (1942-45) 

Res. 918 South Jackson Street, Green Bay, Wise. 
Bus. 206 Columbus Building, Green Bay, Wise. 
Attorney 

FLEMING, DEAN T. (1939-42) 

Res. 729 DeCamp Ave., Schenectady 8, N. T. 
Bus. General Electric Co., 1 River Road, Sche- 
nectady 5, N. T. 
Marketing Analyst 

FLEMING, HAROLD J. (1941-48) 

Res. 864 Bedford Road, Grosse Pointe Park, 

Mich. 
Bub. The J. L. Hudson Co., Detroit, Michigan 
Asst. Supt, Delivery Dept. 
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FLEMING, JAMES M., JR. (1942-46) 

Res. 217 Sunset Ave., Navy Point Warrington, 

Flu. 
Bus. Florida Pulp and Paper Co., Pensacola, Fid. 
Personnel Director 

FLKTTRICII, ALBERT J. (1942-46) 

Res. 232S Dublin St., New Orleans 18, Lh. 
Bus. 1043 Canal Building, New Orleans 12, La. 
Attorney — Notary 

FLOYD, ROBERT L. (1941-46) 

Res. 1523 N.W. 23rd Street, Miami 37, Fla. 

Bus. tWti-8 Biseayne Bldg., Miami 32, Flu. 
Lawyer — Mayor of City of Miami, FIji. 

FLYNN, MAURICE R., JR. (1941-43) 

Res. 37 E. Borden ltd., Maiden 4K, Muss. 
Bus. (1 Pleasant St., Muldeti 48, Mass. 
Attorney 

FOCARTY, JAMES E. (1942-4(5) 

Res. 69-09-108tli Street, Forest Hills, N. Y. 
Bus. Reiss Manufacturing Corporation, 101 
Fourth Ave., New York 3, N. Y. 

Attorney & Asst. Vice President 

FOGAUTY, JOHN J. (1919 24) 

Kes. 292 Hawthorne Avenue, Yonkers. N. T. 

Bus. Fogarty, Hereon & Uphnm, 30 South Broad- 
way, Yonkers 2, N. Y. 305 Broadway, New 
York 7, N. Y. 

Attorney 

FOLEY, DUDLEY C, JR. (1042-45) 

lies. 3576 De Saix Blvd., New Orleans 19, La. 
Bus. 505 Carondelct Building, New Orleans 12, 

La. 
Attorney at Law 

FORBES, GEORGE S. (1017-19) 

Res. .'SIRS Reo [Street. Houston 4, Texas 

Bus. Hatlieway-l'iiterson Corp., (SHOW Irvingtoii 

Blvd.. Houston 22, Texas 
Plant Manager 

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PORBING, FRED T. (1943-46) 

Res. Box 8461 Cole Branch, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Private Investigator 

FORD, ARTHUR T„ JR. (1942-46) 

Res. 414 West New York Ave., Somers Point, 

N. J. 
Bus, Henry Roeser, Jr., C.P.A., 309 National 

Bank Bldg., Ocean City, N. J. 
Certified Public Accountant 

FORESTER, JOHN E. (1943-45) 

Res. 515 Mclndoe Street, Wausau, Wise. 

Bus. Yuwkey Lumber Co., 502-3rd Street, Wau- 

sau, Wisconsin 
Secretary and Treasurer 

FRANICH, CHARLES S. (1940-45) 

Res. 78 Roosevelt Ave., Watsonville, Calif. 

Bus. McCarthy & Franich, 419 Lettunich Bldg., 

Watsonville, Calif. 
Attorney 

FRANKEL, DONALD (1942-45) 

Res. 614 N. Arden Drive, Beverly nills, Calif. 
Bus. 417 S. Hill Street, Los Angeles 13, Calif. 
Oil Producer 

FRANKEL, NATHAN (1929-42) 

Rea. 447 Beach 131 St., Belle Harbor, L. 1„ N. Y. 
Bus. Fraukel, Eisen & Company, 70 Pine Street, 

Room 2115, New York 5, N. Y. 
Certified Public Accountant 

FREEMAN, GEO ROE A. (1942-49) 

Res. 211 West 8th Street, Kennett, Mo, 

Bus. Freeman Paint Co., 902 St. Frnncis St., 

Kennett, Mo. 
Owner 

FREEMAN, WILLIAM G. (1.936-38) 

Res. Elmside Farm, Marlton, N. J. 

Bus. Starr, Summerill &. Davis, 330 Market [St., 

Camden 2, N. J. 
Attorney 

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FREIMUTH, HENRY C (1940-44) 

Res. 14 Sanford Ave., Catsonvllle 28, Md. 

Bus. Maryland Post-Morte.n Kxaminers Comm, 

700 Fleet Street, Baltimore 2, Md. 
Toxicologlst 

FULLERTON, ROBERT V. (1941-46) 

Res. 3272 Mountain View Av., San Bernardino 

Cnlif. 
Bus. 404 Andreson Building, San Bernardino, 

Calif. 
Attorney 



FUNK, W. MARSHALL (1942-46) 



Res. Mil p llrk Stm< n ow]ihB (Jniplli K(1 „ tll( . k 
I.iia. 40H!4 East Tenth Strwt, Bowling (Jreen 

Kentucky 
Lawyer 

FURBERSHAW, WALTER L., COL. (1911-1919) 
Res. re*0 Michigan Ave., Evanaton 111 
Bus. 208 S. La Salle St., Room 1137, Chicago 4, 

FURBTTSII, EDWARD A., JR. (1941-47) 

Rrs. 1413 Fair Oaks Ave., So. rasarfenn Calif 
Bus. 5720% Crenshaw Blvd., Los Angeles 43 

Calif, 
Insurance Broker 

Ft'ltim. .KlllX 1).. .ni. (1fW<)-45) 

Hes. 111. 1, Ttos 508, I{,,„ ()< X,. v .„i ;l 
lins. Pike. MrLmiKhlin & Fnrrh. IT, East First 

St.. I', o, Jtox 2405, Rent., Nevada 
Attorney 



GALVTN, ITAROLD J. (1041-4(1) 

Res. 8308 W. Main St., Belleville, 111. 

Bus. McLean & Calvin, ll m l Estate & Insurance. 

508 Missouri Ave,, East St. Louis 111 
Associate in Real Estate & Insurance 'firm 



GANNON, CHARLES A. (193(5-4(1) 

Res. 131.0 Roosevelt Blvd., Philadelphia 40, Pa. 
Bus. Charles A. Gannon, Inc., 113 Chestnut 

Street, Philadelphia 6, Pa, 
Export Management 

GANNON, GLEN (1937-45) 

Res. 52 Federal Avenue, Buffalo 15, N. Y. 
Bus. 513 Brisbane Bldg., Buffalo 3, N. Y. 
Attorney 

GARBARINO, FRANK L. (1909-22) 

Res. No. 1 South Hillside Ave., Ventnor, N. J. 
Consultant— Public Relations 

GARBUTT, JOHN B. (1941-45) 

Res. 12512 Astor Avenue, Cleveland 11, Ohio 
Bus. The Great Lakes Towing Co., 1.800 Terminal 

Tower Bldg., Cleveland 13, Ohio 
Assistant Secretary, Manager Claims and In- 
surance 

GARDNER, JAMES FRANCIS (1940-47) 

Res. 817 West Norwood Court, San Antonio, 

Texas. 
Bus. 913 Alamo National Tildg., San Antonio 5, 

Texas 
Attorney 

OAROES, HERBERT K., JR. (1042-45) 

Res. 70 Princeton Way, N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 
Bus. Armored Express of Atlanta, Inc., also 
Huxford and Garges, Investigative Con- 
sultants, 1053 West Peachtree St., N.E., 
Atlanta, Ga. 
President & Partner of Huxford and Garges 

GARLAND, JEROME M. (1940-48) 

Res. 6400 Dahlonega Rd., Washington 16, D. C. 
Bus. Central Intelligence Agency, Washington, 

D. C. 
Special Agent in Charge— Washington Field 
Office 




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GARVEY, FRANCIS B. (1940-45) 

Res. P. O. Box 756, -172 South Country Road, 

Babylon, L. I., N. Y. 
Bus. 120 Deer Park Avenue, Babylon, L. I., X. Y. 
Attorney — Real Estate 

GARVEY, JOSEPH P. (1942-46) 

Res. 834 Penfleld Street, New York 66, N. T. 
Bus. Hticmomo & Garvey, 4200 White Plains Ave- 

inie, Bronx 66, N. Y. 
Attorney 

GARVEY, WILLIAM P. (1941-44) 

Res. 3809 Webster Street, Omaha, Nebr. 

Bus. Puritan Laundry & Cleaners, 2810 Famam 

Street, Omaha 2, Xebr. 
President 

(JAR WES, J. HENRY (1042-4.1) 

Res. .12-1 fit h Avenue, Winchester, Tetiri, 
Bus. It. & V,-. Truck & Equipment Co., South Col- 
lege Street, Winchester, Tenn. 
Partner 

GASS, CHARLES S. (1942-45) 

Res. 842 South Citrus, Los Angeles 3(1, Calif. 
Bus. Bodkin, Breslin & Luddy, 453 South Spring 

Street, 1225 Citizens National Bank Bldg., 

Los Angeles 13, Calif. 
Attorney at Law 

GEBBEN, EDWARD J. (1934-45) 

Res. Apt. 301, 3020 Tilden St., N.W., Washington 
D. C. 

Bus. Offiee of Special Investigations, Inspector 
General Hqs. USAF, Pentagon, Washing- 
ton 25, D. C. 

GEES LIN, WILLIAM F. (1042-47) 

Res. 270 First Avenue, New York 1!), X. Y. 
Bus. Young & U u Men ii, Inc., 285 Madison Ave- 
nue, New York 17, N. V. 
Advertising Account Executive 

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GELL, LEON J. (1920-28) 

Res. Shoreland Hotel, 5454 So. Shore Drive, Chi- 
cago 15, 111. 

Bus. American National Bank & Trust Co., 33 
No. La Salle Street, Chicago 00, 111. 

Banker 

OEMMELL, RONALD A. (1942-46) 

Res. 22 Temeseal Terrace, San Francisco 18, Cat. 
fius. 622 Marvin Bldg., 24 California Street, San 

Francisco 11, Cal. 
Private Investigator 

GEMMILL, KENNETH E. (1940-46) 
lies. 927 S. Adams, Spokane, Wash. 
Bus. Dihblee, Clausen & Gmnmill, 1110 Paulsen 

Bldg., Spokane 8, Wash. 
Lawyer 

GENRICII, WILLARD A. (1942-46) 

Res. 261 Smallwood Drive, Snyder 21, N. Y. 
Bus. G enrich Builders, Inc., 4287 Main Street, 

Snyder 21, N. Y. 
Residential Construction 

GERBER. J. J. (1942-45) 

Res. 2.110 Center Ave., Northbrook, Illinois 
Bus. Northwestern University, Evanston, 111. 
rublic Relations Director 

GERDFS, TJ. J. (1034-45) 

Res. Stevens Hotel, Chicago, HI. 

Bus. Chicago Board of Trade. 3S02 Board of 

Trade Bldg,, Chicago 4, 111. 
Member 

GKKE A. RAYMOND (1917-46) 

Res. 014 Hon Uaspar Ave., Santa Fe, New 

Mexico 
Retired 

GESSFORD, DOUGLAS, LT, COM. USNR (1918-1919) 
Res. 1 Brookwillow Ave., Long Branch, N. J. 
U. S. Navy 





GIBBS, RICHARD S. (1042-45) 

Res. 2830 No. 78tli St., Milwaukee 13, Wise. 
Bus. c/o Quarles, Spentre & Quarlos, 828 No. 

Broadway, Milwaukee 2, Wisconsin 
Attorney at Law 

GIBBS, ROBERT G. (1938-48) 

Res. 2419 South Culpeuer Street, Arlington, Va, 
Bus. American Chemical Society, 1155-Kith St., 

N.W., Washington 6, I). C. 
Associate) Editor — "Chemical and Engineering 

News" 

GIBSON, MILFORD L. (1942-40) 
Res. Box 25Ti, Kingwood, W. Va. 
Bus. Price Street, Kingwood, W. Va. 
Attorney 

GIESBN, WILLIAM F. (1941-46) 

Res. 2889 Bainbridge Ave., Bronx, New York 
Bus. Maritime Association — Port of Xew York, 

80 Broad Street, New York 4, N. Y. 
General Manager 

OILBOY, CHARLES W. (1942-44) 
Res. 5 Irving Street, Millis, Mass. 

OILBT, RALPH R. (1942-45) 

Res. 3135 South Hoadly St., Olympia, Washing- 
ton 

Bus. 202-203 First National Bank Bldg,, Olympia, 

Wash. 
Attorney at Law 

GILLEN, VINCENT W. (1935-37) 

Res. 152 Eighty Second Street, Brooklyn St, N. Y. 
Bus. Liggett Drug Co., Inc., 7.1 West 23rd Street, 

New York 30, N. Y. 
Personnel Director 

GILLESPIE, TYRONE (1940-43) 

Res. IS Dennis Court, Midland, Michigan 

Bus. The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, 

Michigan 
Attorney 

(70) 



GILLETT, LYMAN B. (1942-45) 

Res, 3624 Haven Ave., Racine Wise, 

Bus. Helm, Myers & Gillett, 52(5 Monument 

Square, Racine, Wise. 
Attorney 

GILLETTE, KIRBY M. LT. COL. (1939-41) 

Res. 1201 Valley Ave. K.E., Washington 20, It. C. 
Bus. U. S. Air Force. IiolHug Air Force Base, 

Washington 20, D. C. 
II. S. Air Force Officer 

GILLILAND, EDWIN V. (1942-44) 

Res. 610 Blaine Ave., Detroit 2, Michigan 
Bus. General Motors Corp., 14-233 General Mot- 
ors Bldg., Detroit 2, Michigan 
Attorney 
GILMORE, J. SPENCER (1940-46) 

Res. 404 Beechwood Drive, Richmond, Va. 
Bus. First Federal Savings and Loan Ass'n. of 
Richmond, 224 E. Broad Street, Richmond 
19, Va. 
Attorney 

GLASSER, JOHN L. (1941-45) 

Res. 3505 Mountain Lane, Birmingham 9, Ala. 
Bus. Harsh & Gl-asser, 1208-11 Comer Bldg., Bir- 
mingham 3, Ala. 
Attorney 

GLEASON, JOHN It (1941-48) 

lies. 11 Metropolitan Oval, Bronx (J2, N. Y. 

Bus. N. Y. Life Ins. Co., 51 Madison Avenue, 

Xew York 10, X. Y. 
Tax Attorney 

GLEASON, JOHN P. (1938-46) 

Res. 3714 Lyons Lane, Alexandria, Va. 
Bus. U. S. Government, P. O. Box 1925, Wash- 
ington, D, C. 
GLEESON, JOHN R., JR. (1942-45) 

Res. 340 Bellevne Avenue, Trenton 8, N. J. 

Bus. New Jersey Mfrs. Casualty Ins. Co., 303 

West State Street, Trenton 8, N. J. 
Attorney 

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GLKNNON, JOSEPH F. 
lias. 12 Garfield pinw 



(1047 49) 

Rutherford, N, J 



GLYNN, ARTHUR L, (194145) 

Res. 31 Robinhoort Road, Xatick, Muss. 

Hub. Glynn & Glynn, 80 Statu Strict, Boston 8, 

Mass. 
Tux Attorney 

GLYNN, MICHAEL P. (1030-35) 

Res. 354384th Street, Jackson Heights, L I . 

N. Y. 
Bus. Stores Mutual Protective Assn., Inc., 71 

West 35th Street, New York 1, N. Y. 
Manager 

GMERECK, WILLIAM P. (1920-30) 

Res. 15307 Lake Ave., Lake wood 7, Ohio 

Bub. Natl. Board of Plre Undwtrs., 85 John 

Street, New York 7, N, Y, 
Special Agent— Attorney 

GOCKE, ROBERT E. (1&40-45) 

Res. 441 -35th Street, Sacramento, Calif. 

Bus. Pacific Greyhound Linus, 221 Pine Street. 

Siiii Francisco, Calif. 
(General Claims Agent 

GODFREY, WILLIAM A. (1940-45) 

Res. I'M Magnolia Terrace, Springfield, Mass. 
Bus. 31 Elm Street, Springfield 3, Mass. 
Attorney 



GODWIN, A. PILSTON, JR. 
Ree. Gfltesville, N. C. 
Lawyer 



GOLDMAN, HERMAN (1922-25 & 1929-30) 
Res. 7314175th St., Flushing, L. I., N. Y. 
Bus. City Alcoholic Beverage Control Hoard, 270 

Broadway, ,\>w York 7, N. Y. 
Investigator 

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(1942-45) 



GOODWIN, G. EDWARD (1041-45) 
Res. 2437 "O" Street, Eureka, Calif. 
Bus. Huber & Goodwin, 537 G Street, Eureka, 

Calif. 
Attorney 

GORDON, ALEXANDER S. (1940-46) 
Res. 144 N.W. 110th St., Miami, Fla. 
Bus. 420 Lincoln Road, Room 252, Miami, Fla. 
Attorney 

GORDON, DAVID W. (1042-46) 

Res. 212 Old Bedford Rd., RD 4, Greenwich, 
Conn. 

GORSTJCH, WALTER C. 

Res. 35-45-79th Street, Jackson Heights, N. Y. 
Bus. Office of Allen Property, Department of 
Justice, 120 Broadway, New York 5, N. Y. 
Chief Investigator 

GOUBLBMAN. DALE E. (1939-45) 

Res.' 6603 Hillandale Road, Chevy Chase 

Maryland 

Bub. Federal Power Commission, 18 & Pennsyl- 
vania Ave. N.W., Washington, D. C. 
Financial Analyst 

(73) 




GRACE, KENNETH (liKEi-SSI) 

Res. ]40 S. Washington St., Easf.on, Md. 
Bus. U. S. l.)ept. of Agriculture, Div. of Investi- 
gations, Washington, 1). 0. 
Investigator 

GRADY, JOHN J. (1940-47) 

lies, 400 Ilovoy Avenue, Normal, 111. 
Bus. 202 So. School Street, Normal, 111. 
Owner &. Operator of Restaurant 

GRADY, LESLIE (1941-45) 

Res. 2009 W. Sth Street, Little Rock, Ark. 

Bus. Stuff! of Arkansas, Dent, of Revenues, State 

Capitol liklg., Little Rock. Ark. 
Chief Investigator — Alcohol Control Div. 

GRAHAM, ALEXANDER H., JR. (1941-45) 

Res. F2B, University Apts., Durham, N. C. 
Bus. Fuller, Reade & Fuller, (Box 2088), 111 

Corcoran St., Durham, N. C. 
Attorney 

GRAHAM, EDWIN A. (1943-45) 

Res. 317 South West Street, Galesburg, 111. 
Bus. Eddie Graham — Insurance, 500 Roiuli Bldg., 

Galesburg, III. 
Genl. Insurance Broker 



GKAMLIXG, WILLIAM E. 
Res. Doiisriiiiii, Wise., 
Lawyer 



(1941-45) 



GRANT, CLIFFORD P. (1924-20) 

lies. Clicsterbrook Road, Falls Church, Va. 
Bus, Office of the Solicitor, U. S. Dept. of Labor, 

14th & Constitution Ave., Washington 25, 

D. C. 
Lawyer — Hearing Examiner 

GRANTHAM, R. GORDON (1937-44) 

Res. 1104 Whit worth Street, Jackson 5, Miss, 
Bus. P. O. Box 1213, Jackson 5, Miss. 
Attorney 

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GRAY, DONALD B. (1941-46) 

Res. 110 N. W. UOth Street, Miami 38, Fla. 
Bus, Former Special Agents, Inc., 1415 l'au 

American Bank Bldg., Miami, Fla, 
Investigations 

GREEN, NEWMAN L. (1919-21) 

Res. 203 The Parkway, Ithaca, N. Y. 
Insurance Broker 



GREEN, WILLIAM EDWIN, JR. 
Rea. Powersvllle, Ga. 



(1942-43) 



GREGG, RALPH J. (1940-46) 

Res. 540 Norwood Ave., Buffalo 13, N. Y. 

Bus. Albrecht, Magnire, HefTem &, Gregg, 1301) 

Genesee Bldg., Buffalo 2, N. Y. 
Attorney at Law 

GREQUREVICH, JOHN J. 

Res. 129 Atlantic Avenue, Freeport, L. I., N. Y. 
Retired 

GRIFFEN, CHARLES (1925-28) 

Res. 953 No. Orlando Avenue, Los Angeles 40, 

Calif. 
Bus. Association of Casualty & Surety Cos., 403 

W. Sth Street, 1015 Garfield Bldg^, Los 

Angeles 14, Calif. 
Attorney 

GRIFFITH, HARRY D. (1842-46) 

Res. 268 So. Center St., Orange, N. J. 
Bus. Griffith Piano Co., 605 Broad Street, New- 
ark 2, N. J. 

Pianos & Organs 

GRISSINGER, JOHN W. (1941-42) 

Res. 2269 Maine Avenue, Long Beach, Calif. 
Bub. Grisinger's Drive In, 1632 E. 4th St., Long 

Beach, Calif. 
Owner 

GROGAN, EDWARD F„ JR. (1942-46) 

ReB. 8903-210 Street, Queens Village 8, N. Y. 
Attorney 

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GROSS, ELMER W. (1942-45) 

Res. 3120 Lucaya Street, Miami, Fla 

Bus. Gross & Tyteil, 404 Caiumet Bldg., Miami, 

Certified Tublic Accountant 
GRUSSMAN, ERNEST D. (1940-46) 

Res. 2200 Princeton Avenue, .St. Paul 5. Minn 
Bus. National Hoard of Fire Underwriters, S3 

John Street, New York 7 N Y 
Special Agent 

GRUNHWALD. HENRY W. (1917-10) 

Res. 4100 Cathedral Ave., N. W. t Washington 16. 

Public Relation Counsel 
GUINANE, EDWARD p. (1927-4'') 

Res. 101 Spring Drive, Fal ls Church, Va 
Bus. U. S. Dept. of Commerce, 14th & Constitu- 
tion Ave., Washington, D. C. 
Dept. Chief— Enforcement Branch 

QULICK, JOSEPH J. (1941-44) 

Res. 205-36- 74th Avenue, Flora 1 I -ark L I 

Bus. Genera] Foods Corporation, 200 Park Ave- 
nue, New York, N. Y. 

Senior Methods Analyst 
GUSTKEY, H. EARL (1942-45) 

Res. RO Greenwood Ave., Wheeling, West Va 

Bus. Imperial Glass Corp., Eellaire, Ohio ' 

vice President 
GUTTING, STEPHEN II. (1943-46) 

Res. 108 Wayne Avenue, River Edge N J 

Product Engineer 



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HAG ARTY, THOMAS J. (1 942-45) 

Res. 47 Hughes St., Hartford,' Conn 
Bus. Halloran, S flge & Phelon. 25 Lewis Street 
Hartford, Conn. '' 

Attorney 

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hancock. burl g. 

Res. 1910 EI Monte 

Cnlif. 
Bus. United States Air Forces Security Section, 

McClellan Field, California 
Civilian Chief 

HANES, WALTER W. (1940-47) 

Res. 7S10-34th Avenue, Jackson Heights, N, Y. 
Bus. St. Regis Paper Co., 230 Park Ave ,' New 

York 17, N. Y. 
Asst. Director, Labor Relations 

HANLON, DAVID E., JR. (1942-40) 

Res. 100 Westminster, Hyde Park 30, Mass. 
Attorney 

HANRAHAN, G. MICHAEL (1941-40) 

Res, 122 Sixth Avenue, Pel ham 65, N. Y. 

Bus. Pel ham Post Office lU.lg., Oiio Wolfs Lmi(1 

Peltiam fi5, N. Y. 
Attorney & Acting Mayor of Pelham, Westchd 

tcr County, N. Y. 

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tiAiiT, JOHN M. (1941-4?) 

Res. Dai Itl Hotel, Tokyo, Japan 
Bus. U. S. Govt., Dept. of the Army, Office of 
the Provost Marsha] MTA, A.l'.O. 500 % 
PM, San Francisco, Calif, 
Chief, Metropolitan Tokyo CID 

HAItVKY, GEOROE 11. (1040-48) 

lies. 574 S.W. 2nd Street, Miami. Fin. 
Attorney 

HAUVEY, It. GEORGE (1925-30) 

Kes. 5512 Sierra Vista, Hollywood 38, Calif. 
Bus. F;iet Finders— Investigations— Public' Rela- 
tions, Suite 401, 810 S. Spring, Los An- 
gales 14, Calif. 
Investigations 

HARVEY, WILLIAM KING (1940-47) 

lies. 2«27-39th St., N.W., Washington 7 D C 
Bus. C. I. A„ P, O. Box 1925, Washington 13, 
D. C. 

Attorney 

IIAUER, A. GEORGE (1040-46) 

Itlis. Sears Roebuck I)e Venezuela SA. c/O Cal- 
csiiLo, Betaneourt y Vtillenilla, Edificio 
rhel^s Apnrtaclo 12, Caracas, Venezuela 

Director of Personnel 

IIAUSLER, DONALD A. (1941-46) 

Ilea. 1734 W. Seventh St., St. Paul, Minn 

Bus. E. 611-12, First National Bank Bldg. St. 

Paul, Minn. ' 

Lawyer 

II A VI LAND, PAUL W. (1940-44) 

Res. 125 White Oak Road, Med ford, Oregon 
Bus. Courthouse, Hertford, Oregon 
Attorney at Law 

ITAY, JAMES L, (1941-45) 

Res. (J09 Ellwine Drive, Lemay 23, Mo 

Bus. six oiive, lias i'„,ii n rowit „, (iff>i st Louig 

1, Mo. 
I'rivate Investigator 

(80) 



ttAYES, HARRY J. (1941-45) 

Res, 5459 N. Santo Monica Blvd., Whitehall Bay, 

Wise. 
Bus. 949 Bankers Building, 208 B. Wisconsin 

Ave., Milwaukee 2, Wise, 
Attorney & Investigator 

HAYES, PAUL J. (1939-48) 

Res. 2358 E. 70th Place, Chicago, III. 

Bus. Illinois Central Station, Room 304, Chicago 

III. 
Aset. Chief Special Agent, Illinois Central R. R. 

HAYMAKER, IRA L. (1942-45) 

Res. 51 S. Forsythe Street, Franklin, Indiana 
Bus. Strickler Bldg., Franklin, Ind. 
Attorney 

HAYS, EDWARD R. (1942-46) 

Res. Rivervlew Drive, Pikeville, Ky. 
Bus. Auxier, Baird & Hays, Pikeville National 
Bank Bldg., Pikeville, Ky. 

Lawyer 

HAZLETT, E. BLAKE (1919-25) 

Res. P. O. Box 32, North Fork, Calif 

Retired 

HEACOCK, BERT H. (1941-46) 

Res. 238 Stanley Ave., Park Ridge, Illinois 
Bus. Southeastern Cottons, Inc., 300 W. Adams 

St., Chicago 6, 111. 
Sales Representative 

HBADLEY, FRANK M. (1936-37) 
Res. 13 Innes Rd., Scarsdale, N. Y. 
Bus. Headley-Reed Co., Inc., Chrysler Bldg., 

Room 920 — 405 Lexington Ave., New York 17* 

N. Y. 
President—Radio Advertising 

HEAGEN, JOHN R. (1941-45) 

Res. 260-71 -75th Street, Floral Park, L. I., N. Y. 
Bus. Dun & Bradstreet, Inc., 290 Broadway, New 

York, X. Y. 
Service Manager, Foreign Dept. 




lIEAfn, CHARLES M. (ilM2-4«) 

Res. 2015 Erigden Road, Pasadena 7, Calif. 
Bus. Crawford & Heath, 222 Security Bide., 
334 E. Colorado St., Pasadena 1, Calif! 

Attorney 

HEAVRIN, EARL M. (1934-40) 

Res. 109 Curtis Way, Grand Prairie, Texas 
Bus. XL S. Department of Agriculture, Room 220, 

1114 Commerce Street, Dallas 2, Texas 
Administrative Officer— Investigations 

IIECKERMAN, ARTHUR R. (1940-45) 

Res. 327 So. Ft. Thomas Ave., Fort Thomas Ky 
Bus. 505 Walnut Street, Cincinnati 2, Ohio 
Attorney 

HEFFERNAN, THOMAS E. (1941-46) 

Res. 17801 Faii-view Road, Santa Ana, Calif. 
Bus. 710 N. Main Street, Santa Ann, Calif. 
Bilk. 1415 Coast Highway, Corona Del Mar. Cat. 
Attorney at Law 

HEFFLER, JACOB (1931-37) 

Res. 5905 Woodcrcst Avenue.PhilaricIphia 31, Pa. 
Bus. 606 Market Street, National Bank BIdg., 

Philadelphia 7, Fa. 
Certified Public Accountant 

HEILKER, JOHN H. (1934-37) 

Res. 3047 Portsmouth Avenue-, Cincinnati 8, Ohio 
Bus. 3000 Fountain Square Rldg., Cincinnati 2 

Ohio 
Attorney 

HELD, ROBERT W. (1940-45) 

Res. 13205 La Salle Blvd., Detroit 6, Michigan 
Bus. Ernst Kern Co., 1030 Woodward Ave De- 
troit 20, Mich. 
Protection Manager 

HELLIESEN, HOWARD E., LT. COL. (1939-40) 

Res. 1783 Berkeley Ave, Pomona, Calif. 
Bus. U. S. Army, Mode O'Day Bldg., Los An- 
geles, Calif. 
Army Officer 

(82) 



HBLME, WILLIAM B. (1641-43) 

Reg. 7320 Merrill Ave., Chicago 49, IlllnolB 
Medical Student 

HEMKER, T. JACKSON 

Res. 2321 Washington Street, Sail Francisco 15, 

Calif. 
Bus. Otis McAllister & Co., 310 Sansome Street, 

San Francisco, Calif. 
Importing exporting 

HENDRICKSON, ROT A. (1930-32) 
Res. 624 Ella Ave., Willmar, Minn. 
Bus. 201 W. 4th Street, Willmar, Minn. 
Lawyer 

HENNESSEY. JAMES R. (1942-49) 

Res. 4200- 53rd Place, Bhidoitsburg, Md. 

HENNESSEY, JOHN F. (1941-45) 

Res. 824 Gunderson Avenue, Oak Park, 111. 
Bus. 4650 West Kinzie Street, Chicago 44, 111. 
Industrial Relations Manager 

HENNESSEY, JOHN H. (1942-46) 

Res. 1705 No. fiSth Street, Wauwatosa, Wise. 
Bus. Wauwatosa Locker Co., 6931 W. North Ave- 
nue, Wauwatosa, Wise. 
Vice President 

HEN NESS Y, JOHN F. (1942-45) 

Res. 38 Commonwealth Ave., Springfield, Mass. 
Bus. 31 Elm Street, Springfield, Mass. 
Lawyer 

HENNIG, ALBERT WM. (1942-44) 

Res. 911 Church Street, Alexandria, Va. 
Attorney 

HENRY, JOSEPH E. (1930-32) 

Res. 1507 Houston ia, Royal Oak, Michigan 
Bus. Allstate Insurance Company, 1214 Griswold 

Street, Detroit 26, Mich. 
Resident Manager 

(83) 



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HENTHonN, EVERETT I. (1924-30) 

Hes. 272S South Michigan St., South Bend 14 

Indiana 
Bus. StmU-baker Corp., 720 South Lafayette 

Street, South Bond, Indiana 
Superintendent Plant Protection 

menu, Robert w. (1942-46) 

lies. 1351 McCuteheon Aw., Richmond Iiei K hts 

17, Mo. 
Bus. HY> olive street, Suite 1832-4, St. Louis 2 

Mo. ' 

Attorney 

HESS, H. WM. (1016-23) 

lies. 1040 S. Cnrnioiiu Ave., Bos Angles 35. Calif 
Bus. 742 S. Hill St., Suite 10(H), Los Angles 14. 

Lawyer 

HESSION, JAMES A. (1042-44) 

lies, 24 WeRniiin Parkway, Jersey City 5. N. J 
Law Student 

IIICKEY, JAMES W. (1942-44) 

Res. 1441 Com slock Ave., Syracuse 10, N Y 
Bus. Bond, Kchoeueek & King, 1400 State Tower 

BIdg., Syracuse 2, N. Y. 
Attorney 

HICKMAN, DAROLD B. (1937-40) 

Res. 34 Hixon Ct, North Attleboro, Mnss. 

Bus. Ri]»ley (iowen Co., Mechanic Street, Attle- 
boro, Mass. 

Vice President 
HICKS, LOUIS A., JR. (1942-45) 

Res. 23 Reid Ave., Rockville Centre, N. Y. 

Bus. 193 Rockaway Avenue, Valley Stream N Y 

Attorney 

HICKS, ROBERT H. (1934-45) 

Res. Apt. 810-B The Manor, Aldeu Park Manor 

German town, Philadelphia, Pa 
Bus. Roberts and Marnier Corporation, Hatboro 

Pa. ' 

Secretary and Director 
(84) 



HICKSON, MARSHALL D. (1943-45) 

Res. 674 San Lorenzo, Santa Monica, Calif. 
Bus. 528 Arizona Ave., Santa Monica, Calif! 
Attorney at Law 

HIGGINS, WALTER J. (1938-43) 

Res. 28 E. Harvard Place, Merrick, N. Y 
Bus. Hlggins & Murray, 40 Exchange Place New 
York, N. Y. 

Investigations 

HIGGINS, WILLIAM P., JR. (1942-45) 

Res. 907 Avenue C, Bayonne, N. J. 

Bus. Wm. F. Higgins Agency, Inc., 720 Broad- 
way, Bayonne, N. J. 

Real Estate & Insurance 
HIGH, WILLIAM R. (1934-3G) 

Ilefl. 3500 »B» St.. S.E., Apt. 202, Washington 19, 

Bus. U. S Civil Service Coram, 8th & "G" N W 

Washington 25, D. C. ' " 

Attorney 

HIGHTOWER, EARL (1942 43) 

Res. 1900 Shannon Place, San Marino 9. Calif 
Bus. Dolley-Knight- Woods & Ilightower 811 W 
7th Street, Suite 604, Los Angeles 14, Calif" 
Attorney 

IIINT1S. ROBERT NIELSEN (1942-45) 

Res. 61 West 9th Street, New York 11, N. Y 

Attorney at Law 

EIIRSH, EARL (1933-44) 

Res. 1025 St. Charles Ave., N.E., Apt 28. At- 
lanta, Ga. ' 

Bus. H. & H. Manufacturing Co. Inc., Statham 
Georgia ' 

Manufacturer Men's Slacks 

HIS LOP. FREDERICK J. (1942-48) 
Res. 712-33rd Street, Everett, Wash. 
Bus. Indemnity Insurance Co. of N.A., 1705 B x . 

change BIdg., Seattle 4, Wash 
Insurance Adjuster 




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HITCHCOCK, J. OARETII (1940-42) 

Res. 726 East Second St., Tort Clinton, Ohio 
Bus. 122% Madison Street, Port Clinton, Ohio 

Lawyer 

HOUGDON, HOWARD W. (ll»36-42> 

Res. 938 Muss. Ave., Cambridge 3!), Mass. 

Bus. Servomechanisms Lab. M.I.T., 211 Mass. 

Ave., Cambridge 39, Mass. 
Administrative Assistant 

HOB FLING, JAMBS K. (1941-46) 

Res, 37 Greemnouiit Blvd., Dayton 9, Ohio 
Bus. 805 Third National Bld£., Dayton 2, Ohio 

Lawyer 

I10FFAR, ANGUS (ANK) M. (1929-31) 

Res. 782 Wild wood Bond, N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 
Bus. The William-Oliver Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. 

HOFFMAN, EDWARD W. (1941-46) 

Res. 8271 Grand Vista, PI. Ridge 13, Cincinnati, 

Ohio 
Bus. Hoffman's Dent. SI ore, 0019 Vino Street, 

Klmwood Place, Cincinnati 18, Ohio 
Attorney — Partner In Business 

HOFHEIMER, HARRY (1942-45) 

Ees 345 S. Harding Rd., Columbus 9, Ohio 
Bus. Gumble & Gumble, 60 B. Broad Street, 

Columbus 15, Ohio 
Attorney 

HOLMANS, CHARLES F. (1934-35) 

Res. 5730 Nash Street, Dallas 9, Texas 

lius. 813 Tower Petroleum Bldg., Dallas 1, Texas 

Special Agent in Charge 

HOLMES, CHARLES J. (1942-46) 

Res. 137 Bay Street, Glens Falls, N. T. 

Bus. Glens Falls Indemnity Company, 191 Glen 

Street, Glens Falls, N. Y. 
Bond Claims Examiner 
(8«) 



HOLMES, OLIVER W. (1939-44) 

Res. Broadview, Rt. 5, Little Bock, Arkansas 
Bus. Ark. Workmen's Compensation Coram,, 8th 

& Cumberland, Little Rock, Ark. 
Commissioner 
HOLTKAM1', ALVIN G. (1943-45) 

Res. 5!I2<( Marwinetle Avenue, St, Louis Hi. Mil. 
Bus. 601-04 Buder Bldg., 7 No. 7th Street, St. 

Louis 1, Mo, 
Attorney 
HONETOR, CHARLES J. (1942-45) 

lies. Route 5, Box 1395 Comboe Road, Lakeland, 

Fla. 
Bub. Florida Forest Service District 5, V. O. Box 

53, Lakeland, Fla. 
Investigator 
HONNOLD, PHILIP C. (1943-45) 

Res. 717 N.W. 38th Street, Oklahoma City 3, 

Okla. 
Bus. C. Edgar Honnold, 917 First National Bank 

Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Okla. 
Investment Banking — Stocks <fc Bonds 
HOOVEB, HOWARD S. (1936-38) 

Res. 2406 McLendon St., Houston 5, Texas 
Bus. 818 Chronicle Bldg., Houston 2, Texas 
Attorney 
HOPKINS, CRANSON L. (1943-46) 

Res. 1025 Highland Ave., Vallejo, Calif. 

Bus. Taft, Wright & Hopkins, 344 Virginia 

Street, Vallejo, Calif. 
Attorney 
HORGAN, PATRICK D. (1939-45) 

Res. 801 Sacramento Street, Altadena, Calif. 
Bus. Horgan and McEaclien, 215 W. 7th St., Los 

Angeles 14, Calif. 
Attorney 



HORN, JOSEPH (1934-45) 

Res. 408 Barker Ave., Peoria, 111. 

Bus. American Distilling Co., So, 

Pekin, 111. 
Comptroller 

(87) 



Front St., 




HORN, WALTER W. {1943 40) 

Res. 1803 Broadstone Road, Crosse I'ointe Woods 

30, Mich. 
Rub. Horn Fuel & Supply Co., 9133 Ilubbell Ave- 
nue, Detroit 28, Mich. 
Vice President 

HORNUNO, ROBERT J. (1042-45) 

Res. 225 So. Bluff, Wichita 8, Kiinsas 
Bus. Ranney-Hornung Sales Company, 204 Union 
-""Hi' Station Bldg., Wichita 2, Kaunas! 

Pood Broker 

HORR, WILLIAM H. (1942-45) 

Res. 3008 Michigan Ave., Portsmouth, Ohio 
Bus. 428 Masonic Bldg., Portsmouth, Ohio 
Attorney at Law 

HORTON, S. HERMAN (1040-44) 
Res. Route 2, Box 631, Fairfax, Va. 
Bus. Que Bldg., Washington, D C 
C.I.G. 

HOUCHENS, JOHN H. (1043-45) 

Res. 56 E. George St., St. Paul 7. Minn. 

Bus. St. Paul Mercury Indemnity Co 111 w 

Fifth Street, St. Paul 1, Minn. 
Lawyer 

HOUCHINS, EUGENE H., JR. (1042-46) 

Res. 708 West Commercial St., Victoria Texas 
Bus. 203-0 Victoria Bank & Trust Co. Bid* 

Victoria, Texas 
Attorney 

HOUGHTON, MARVIN W. (1941-42) 

Res. 58 Bayview Terrace, Mill Valley, Calif 
Bus. Veterans Administration, Branch Office No 

12, 180 New Montgomery, San Francisco 5, 

Calif. 
Attorney 

HOUTS, MARSHALL W. (1941-43) 

Res. Apt. 2 MeKeown Bldg., Pipestone, Minn 
Bus. 1005-4th Ave. S.W., Pipestone, Minn. 
Attorney at Law 

(88) 




UUBARTT, RUSSELL J. (K>43-4n) 

Res. 80S) Broadway, Xonmil, Illinois 
Bus. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance 
o., 112 E. Washington Street, Blooming, 
ton, Tllinoig 
Asst. Hupt. of Claims 

IIUBER, MILTON L. (1042-45) 

Res. 2!Wi1 Russ .St., Eureka (-t)if 

Bus. H„ber & Goodwin, 537 «G»' street, Eureka, 

Attorney at Law 

HUBLEY, EDWARD B. (1026-34) 

Res. 1600 Marengo Ave., So. Pasadena Calif 

Hearing Aid Specialist 
HUDSON, OEORGE H. (1017-22) 

Res. 168 Irvington Street, Daly City '»5 Calif 

Bus. Hudson Oil (.'„., aoe No . Main st ' m , t ^ 
terville, Calif, 

V. p. & Geologist in Charge of Field Operations 
HUFFAKER. BATES T. (1042-45) 

Res. 1625 West 50th, Kansas City 2 Mo 

Bus. Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Beane 
1003 Walnut Street, Kansas City 6, Mo ' 

Stock Bond & Commodity Broker 




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HUGHES, CARL W. {1918 26) 

Res. 1231-B University Ave, Berkeley 2, Calif. 
Bub, Federal Works Agency, 630 Sansoine, San 

Francisco 11, Calif. 
Special Agent in Charge 

HUGHES, EDWARD L. (1943-49) 

Ri>s. 2T43 Sntton Avenue, Columbus 4, Ohio 
Bus. Thi> National Board of Fire Underwriters, 
Room 811, 115 N. High Street, Columbus 
15, Ohio 
Speeial Agent 

HUGHES, FREDERICK G. (1941-4(5) 
Res. 3427 Joplin St., Joplin, Mo. 
Bub. Joplin G]obe Publishing Company, 117 East 

Fourth Street, Joplin, Missouri 
Asst. General Manager 

I-IUIRAS, RALPH J. (1941-46) 

Res. 104 Portland Ave., Ceilarliurg, Wise. 

Bus. Gerold and Hulrag, 125 N. Franklin Street, 

Port Washington, Wise. 
Attorney 

IIU1SKAMP. WILLIAM L. (1941-48) 

Res. 302 High Street, Keokuk, Iowa 
Bub. 609 Blondoau Street, Keokuk, Iowa 
Attorney 

HULBERT, WILLIAM R., JR. (1041-45) 
Res. 100 Revere Street, Boston 14, Muss. 
Bus. Fish, Richardson & Neavc, 84 State Street, 

Boston 9, Mass. 
Patent Attorney 

HUMPHREY, EUGENE X. (1935-41) 

Res. 9336 S. Elizabeth Street, Chicago, HI. 
Bus. Electro Motive Div., G.M., La Grange, 111. 
Mgr. of Labor Relations 

HUMPHREYS, WILLIAM Y. (1936-40) 

Res. 6 Sunset Ridge Drive, E. Hartford, Conn. 
Bus. United Aircraft Corp., 400 South Main 

Street, E. Hartford, Conn. 
Director of Plant Protection 
(90) 




HURLEY, 11. VINCENT (1941-48) 

Res. 22-23-130th Street, Flushing, N. Y. 

Bus. U. S. Brewers Foundation, 21 E. 40 St., 

New York, N. Y. 
Administrative Asst. to Director 

HURLEY, FRANCIS E. (1922-41) 

Res. 726 Boyleston North, Seattle, Wash. 
Bus. War Assets Administration, Compliance En- 
forcement Div., 1409 Second Ave., Seattle 1, 
Wash. 
Special Agent 

HUSTING, JOHN J. (1941-47) 

lies. 244 South John Street, Mayville. Wise. 
Bus. 9 South Main Street, Mayvillc, Wise, 
Attorney at Law 

HUTCHINSON, FORNEY, JR. (1943-44) 

Res. 2116 East 18th Street, Tulsa, Okla. 
Bus. Sunray Oil Corporation, Philtower Bldg., 

Tulsa, Okla. 
Attorney 

HUXFORD, CECIL L. (1940-45) 

Res. 2396 Peachtree Rd„ N.E., Atlanta, Gn. 
Bus. Huxford & Garges, 1053 W. Peachtree St.; 

N.E., Atlanta. Ga. 
Investigative Consultants 
(81) 



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HYNAN, WILLIAM E. (1934-36) 

lies. 930 Boiiifant Street, Silver Spring, Md. 



INGMAN. WINSTON C. (1939-46) 

Res. 1020 Valley View Drive, Honolulu. Hawaii 
Bus. 410 Merchandise Mart Bldg., Honolulu, T. II. 
Attorney at Law 

(1940-45) 

Drive, Dearborn, Michigan 
Division of Ford Motor 
W. Warren, Detroit 32. 



IRWIN, DONALD E, 

Res. 15724 Woodland 
Bus. Lincoln-Mercury 

Company, 6200 

Michigan 
Industrial Relations Manager 

IRWIN, PIITLIP H. (1941-46) 

Res. H. 1511 Pinei-rcst Eonil, Spokane 10. Wash. 
Bus. It, S. McCliutock Diamond Drilling Co., 

W. 41(l-20-2ii(l Avenue, Spokane S, Wnsh. 
Attorney 

ISAACS, SIDNEY (1941-47) 

lies. 3863 Zin si r Avenue, Cincinnati 13, Ohio 
Bus. 609 Mercantile Library Bids., Cincinnati 2, 

Ohio 
Attorney at Law 



JACKSON, BEN E. (1935-38) 

Res, 187-21 -,H7th Drive, Jnnniiea Estates ;i, N. Y. 

Hub. 17 East. 42ntl Street. New York 17, N. Y. 

Certified Public Accountant 
JACOBSON, AARON W. (1928-32) 

Res. 4530 Warren St., N.W., Washington 16, IXC. 

Bus. 103D Investment Bldg., Washington 5, D. C. 

Lawyer 

JAMES, JOHN J„ JR. (1925-20) 

Res. 216 No. Commonwealth Ave., El sin, 
Bus. U. S. Dept. Agriculture, Pood 

bution Programs Branch, (523 S. 

Avenue, Chicago 5, 111. 
Administrative Officer 

(82) 



III. 

Distri- 
Wabash 



JAMIE, ALEXANDER (3. (1918-2:1) 

Res. 501 Paseo Miramar, Pacific Palisades, Calif 
Retired 

JANN, ADAM M. (1935-37) 

Res. P. O. Box 630, Joplin, Missouri 

Bus. Prudential Insurance Company of America, 

P. O. Drawer 594, Newark 1, N. J. 
Home Office Representative 

JARDINE, DONALD M, (1942-46) 

lies. 5237 Chicago Ave., Minneapolis 7, Minn. 
Bus. 1 South 11th Street, Minneapolis 3, Minn. 
Attorney 

JEHRING, ROBERT B. (1941-44) 

Res. IIS East 8th Street, Muscatine, Iowa 
Bus. 21(% Iowa Avenue, Muscatine, Iowa 
Lawyer 

JENKINS, CHARLES (1913-40) 

Res. 607 No. Laramie Ave., Chicago 44, m. 
Bus. Chicago Crime Commission, 79 W. Monroe 
Street, Chicago, HI. 

JENKINS, JAMES R. (1942-45) 

Res. 549 Kenwood Ave., Dayton, Ohio 

Bus. 1029 Third National Bldg,, Dayton 2, Ohio 

Attorney at Law 

JENNINGS. G. EARL (1940 4S) 

Res. 1T42 Kenyon Street. N.W., Washington 10 

D. C. 
Bus. 41 h District, Office of Special Investigations. 

Inspector General ITSAF, Boiling Air Eoree 

Base, Washington 25. D, <\ 
Chief, Personnel Investigations Div. OS1 

JENNINGS, HOWARD W. (1942-45) 

Res. 1012 N. IVnn, Roswell, New Mexico 

Bus. Malco Refineries, Inc., P. O. Box 600 Ros- 

well, New Mexico 
Mgr. Land Dept, 

<»3> 




JENSEN, GEORGE J. (1942-45) 

Ros. 1051 So. Norton Av., Los Angeles 6, Calif 
Bus. Suite 1128 Rowan BIdg., 458 So. Spring St- 

Los Angeles 13, Calif. 
Attorney 

JENTZER, HARRY J. (1906-25) 

Ros. 1014 E. 10th St., Brooklyn, N. T 

Retired 

JERKINS, LEE F. (1942-45) 

Res. 1553 So. Lumpkin St., Athens, Ga 

Bus ffiO Southern Mutual BIdg., Athens, Ga 

Public Accountant 

JESTER, ROTSTON III (1942-45) 

Res. 191!) Quarry Road. Lynchburg Vn 

Bus. Jester & Jester, 1002 PeopZcs National Bank 

^'ag., Lynchburg, Va. 
Attorney at Law 

JOHNSON, ALBERT H. (1929-42) 

Res. 2109 West 68th Street, Chicago M , Illinois 
Bus. Investigators, inc., Snite 405> 2m ^ 

Salle, Chicago 4, 111. 
Investigations 

JOHNSON. BEN F. (1942-46) 

Res. SOS South Fannin. Tyler Texas 

Vll"- VI F<10I " <,fi Bf,lik "'<*•. Tyl«r. Texas 



Attorney 



(1942-48) 



JOHNSON, CHARLES W JR 

Res. 435-6th Avenue So., Kirkllnd,' Wash 
Him. Powell and Johnson, 88 KirWandAve Bl< 



Kirkland, Wash. 
Lawyer 



Iff.. 



(1938-48) 



JOIINSON, DON WORTH D 

£'.* 5? 7n arilC T^ d " Alb ««"' : ^^New Mexico 
" lS - ^ J, °'' JoIi[lsn " C'». Private luvestiga- 

tjOHB 1024 No. 1st Street, Albuquerque, 

ft»'W Mexico 



JOHNSON, EDWIN N. (1035-37) 

Res. 1043 Mt. Eagle IMaee. Alexandria Va 
Bus. Federal Deposit Inaranoe Corp., Washing- 
ton 25, D. C. 

Claim Agent 

JOHNSON, ELBERT B. (1920-31) 

Res. 7303 Hilton Ave., Takoma Park 12. Md 
Bus. T\ S. Atomie Energy Commission. "l 901 'con- 
stitution Avenue. Washington D C 
Investigator " ' ' 

JOHNSON, FORREST A. (1942-45) 

Res. 1644 No. Clarkson St., Fremont, Nebr. 
Bus. Mapes & Johnson, 205 Petrow Eldg Fre- 
mont, Nebr. 
Attorney at Law 

JOHNSON, GEORGE R. (1942-45) 

Res. 11543 E. 14th Street, Artesla Calif 

Bus. Johnson & Johnson, r»J2 JergiiiH Trust 

Bl<lg„ Long Bench 2, California 
Lawyer 

JOHNSON, JOSEPH R. (1933-46) 
Res. R.F.I)., Hockessin, Dela 
Bub. Austria] Trust Company, 100 West 10th, 

Wilmington 99, Dela. 
Asst. Trust Officer & Asst. Treasurer 
JOHNSON, KERMIT E. (1941-4R) 

Res. 613 Park Plalne, Park Ridge 111 

Una Illinois State Chamber of Commerce, 20 N 

VV acker Drive, Chicago 6 111 
Manager Social Security Dopt.' 
JOIINSON, LEONARD B. (1942-45) 

Res. 36 Elmwood Road, New Haven 15, Conn. 

v™ ■J yXbee C0mpa "y- "7 Church Street. 
New Haven 10, Conn. 

Certified Public Accountant 
JOHNSON, MAXWELL C (1942-46) 

Res. 17S4 Amu, Ave., St. Paul 8, Minn 

Bus. Harry Berger & Company, 1099 Lincoln 

Avenue, St. Paul fl, Minn. 
Factory Representative 
<85) 




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JOHNSON, RICHARD A. (lm _ m 
Res. 50 Sunset Drive Croton n„ w * 

i uujic Relatione 

1US -^—< ' ^eet, Wt , ( JjON ^^ 
Bus. Johnson & Lutleuberger 453 s «„„• c 

13, Calif. lilcls -' Los Angeles 

Attorney at Law 

JOHNSTON, LEO C. (l93M7) 

lllfeton & C«' , Bkaa<leii, in,. 7< W) , ,-.„, 

AfcMflhiiLt H»'<T(.tiiry-Tn.« Kllr ,. r 
JOICE, JAMBS P. (lfl41 . 40) 

tte«. MO South Dante Ave r.n 

Accountant 

JONES, ARLIN E. (W3!M 5) 

<'«■ 81« Lo.-u.st St.. Malv,n, Arknnv,, 
Jt "«- IX'J»t- Of the Anny, T„k V , '.', ,„ 

mta. ui, g . AI „ mK 4%^'; 

«'is<-o. California 
Criminal Investigator Supervisor 

J0N if s ' !-t NIBL *• wwa-") 

Kos. 1,00 Scheffer Ave St i».,„i r a*- 

i..^::;™ cf st - l,inii Kin - »»" *■"- 

■» W HIMJAU A. (W1 .. 1( ,, 
Hli«.AM,„ j. MPk rorp<i R( 



I 'MO, 

Eran- 



A, t'* 11 Alba "s Bd., Houston, Texas 

BU.. £„ t Kt . rr , „, SM j»« .^ ^ 

Attorney 
JONES, GRANT IX {mt-iS) 

(-oat Accounting Supervisor 
JONES, H. HUGH a 927-31) 

«^«0 N. Orange. B Wm Trft|Ii 0rtanfl0i 

1'nblu- b„olUu,,,in S llll( , hlx \,J- 
JONES, JOHN M. (l<>35-44) 

Special Agent 
JONKS, MORTON M. (1 041-40) 

bZ' 2V\™ 11 J 4 " K, »"« City 5, Mo. 

JONES, ROBERT E. (IWM5) 

Kt'H. 1301 Comtek Dfive i ..„ v> 

J UDELL HAROLD B . (1030 . W) 

<■*. 59.H. l',„-l,r St .. AYvvn,J,'a„. L , 

La , Mlli J,l(] «- New Orleans 12, 

Property Management-Agricultural & OU 
JUDOE, ROBERT S. (UU2 -10) 

"™- ^ V »" *™« St., Jersey City N J 
!;;;j 3 .^-"«- Avenue, Ne W Yo / k ^W* 

(07) 




JUSKOW, LEONARD L. ' (1934-42) 

Pes. 213/ E. 3.1th St., Brooklyn 34, N. 1*. 

Bus. Duubury Clothes, Inc., 130-5th Avenue, New 

York 11, N. T, 
C.I' .A. 

K 

KAHRHOFF, CHARLES A., JR. (1039-46) 
Res. 2312 W. Division St., Grand Island, Nebr. 
Bus. George Cowton Insurance Agency, 312 No. 

Locust Street, Grand Island, Nebraska 
Insurance Agent 

KATNE, MICHAEL J., JR., (1942-45) 

Res. 111 Wild wood Drive, East, San Antonio 2, 

Texas 
Bus. House, Mercer & Kaine, 121,1 National Bank 

of Commerce Bldg.. San Antonio ii, Texas 
Attorney at Law 

KARCIIER, ABRAM V. (1031-37) 

Hcs. 434 Hillside Drive, Big Spring, Toxnsi 
Bus. Cosden Petroleum Corp., P. O. Box 1311, 

Big Spring, Texas 
Seey.-Treas. 

KARFER, SHARPE D. (1940-40) 

Res, 1722-19th St., N. W., Washington 9, D. C. 
Bus. War Assets Admin., Washington, D. C 
Special Agent 

KAUFMAN, MARX S. (1042-44) 

Res. 4818 Green spring Ave., Baltimore 9, Md. 
Bus. Theodore A, Newhoff Advertising Agency, 

312 Court Square Bldg,, Baltimore 2, Md. 
Advertising 

KAVANAPGII. GERARD P. (193S-44) 

Res. 410 Tyrone Ave., Wilmington 177, Peln. 
Bus. Hercules Powder Company, Legal Depart- 
ment, 000 Market Street, Wilmington 99, 
Dela. 
Lawyer 

(98) 




KEARNS, JAMES A., JR. (1043-45) 

Res. 3691-A, Dover Place, St. Louis 16, Mo. 

Bus. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, St. Louis, Mo. 

News Reporter 
KEARNS, JOSEPH T., JR. (1940-41) 

Res. 5701 Charles Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bus. War Assets Administration, Compliance En- 
forcement Div., Lafayette Building, 5th & 
Chestnut Streets,. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Special Agent 

KEBLINCER, DABNEY L. (1933-41) 

Res. Cnlle 12 Sur 15-00 San Fernando, Call, 

Colombia, S.A, 
Bus. The Sydney Ross Co. of Colombia, Edificio 

Ulpiano Lloredii Apartado, Aeroe 221, Call, 

Colombia, S.A. 
Manager 

KEEPER, MILTON W. (1940-46) 

Res. 10(>7 Oakey Blvd., Las Vegas. Nevada 

Bus. Keefer and Foley, Suite 1 Cornet Bldg. 

Ij«s Vegas, Nevada 
Attorney 

KEENAN, JOHN G. (1941-45) 

Res. 550-4th Street, Brooklyn 15, N. Y. 
Bus. Alexander and Koonan, 42 Broadway, 

York 4, N. Y. 
Ijawyer 

KEENAN. W. WALLACE (1040-45) 

Res, 207 South 36th Strait, Omaha, Nebr. 

Bus. Live Stock National Bank, 4*10 So. 24 SU 

Omaha, Nebr. 
Trust Officer 




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KEENEY, FRANK J- (1940-45) 

Res. 846 Mimziuiit.fi Drive, Laguna Beaeh, Cali- 
fornia 
Bus. 422 So. Coast Blvd., Luguna Beaeh, Culif. 
Attorney at Law 

KELLEHER, CYRIL A. (1942-45) 

Res. "(45 E, 14th Street, New York 5, N. Y. 
Bus. 40 Wall Street, New York 5, N. Y. 
Attorney at Law 

KELLER, WILLIAM H. (1942-46) 

lies. 175fi-2fith St., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 

Bus. Albert Conn, Inc., Chrysler-Plymouth 

Dealer, 1830 Front Street, Cuyahoga Fulls, 

Ohio 
Vice President 

KELLY, PAUL F. (11141-40) 

lies. 474 Emerald Ave., San Carlos, Calif. 

Bus. Distributors Association of Northern Cali- 
fornia, 333 Pine Street, Room 303, San 
Fruiieiwo 4, Calif. 

Attorney— Labor Relations 

KELLY. SAM 1L, JR. (l»41-4t») 

Bus. Creole Petroleum Corporation, tj iiirifillirc. 

Venezuela 
Supervisor 

KEMP, JAMES WALLACE (1914-27) 

Res. 1135-lfitli Street, N.W., Washington, I). C. 
Bus. Federal Trade? Conini., General Counsel's 
Office, 7th & Penn Ave., N.W., Washing- 
ton, D. C. 
Trial Attorney 

KENNEDY, JAMES M. (1940-44) 

Res. 15 dent Roiid, Apt. U, Croat Neck, L.L, 

N. Y. 
Bus. R. II. Mney & Co., Herald Square, New 

York, N. Y. 
Retailing 

(100) 



KENNEDY, J. CULLEN (1940-45) 

Res. 434 St. Clair, Crosse Pointe 30. Michigan 
Bus. Ballantinc, Kennedy arid Hulin, 721 Ford 

Bids., Detroit 26, Mich. 
Attorney at Law 

KENNEDY, MURRY D. (1943-45) 

Res. 3618 Wicker-sham Lane, Houston 0, Texas 
Bus. National Life Insurance Co., 1704 Sterling 

Bldg., Houston 2, Texas 
Asst Investment Supervisor & Atty. 

KENNEDY, W. ROBERT (1941-4S) 

Res. 159 Columbia Ave., Wheeling, W. Vn. 

Bus. City of Wheeling. City County Bldg., 

Wheeling, West Va. 
Chief of Police 

KENNEY, JOHN II. (15)34-37) 

Res. 219 Racine St., Delavun, Wise. 

Bus. 311 East Walworth Ave., Delavan, Wise. 

Attorney at Law 

KENXEY, I'. JOSEPH, Jit. (liM3-4«) 

Res. lfl IIolLlston Street, Medwiiy. Mass. 
Bus. Cosstello, Monm & Malum, 31 State Street, 

Boston, Mass. 
Attorney 

KEFPLE, LOWELL J. (1942-46) 

Res. 2113 Parkside Ave., Los Angeles 31, Calif. 
Bus. R. A. Rowan & Company, Real Estate- 
Property Mgmt., Suite 300, Rowan Bldg., 
458 So. Spring Street, Los Angeles 13, Calif. 
Asst. Mgr. 

KERR, JAMES H., JR. (1942-46) 

Res. 38(55 Chevy Chase Drive, Houston 0, Texas 
Bus. N15 Shell Bldg., Houston 2, Texas 
Attorney 

KILMARTIN, FRANCIS J. (1920-38) 

Res. Ruckmaii Rd., R.F.D. No. 1, Westwood, 

N. J. 
Bus. R, H Macy & Co, New York City 
(101) 





KINCHELOE, ROBERT W. (1041-45) 

Res. 1000 Cecil Ave., Louisville, Ky. 

Bus. War Assets Administration Compliance En- 
forcement Div., Room 034, Big Four Bldg 
C, Louisville, Ky. 

Attorney 

KING, CARL H. (1040-45) 

Res. 1539 E, 30th Street, Tulsa, 01:1a. 

Bub. Stand hid Oil & Gas Co., Tulsa, Okla. 

Attorney 

KING, FRANCIS J. (1943-46) 

Res. 8 Elmwood Ave., Bridgeport 5, Conn. 
Bus. 1115 Main Street, Bridgeport 3, Conn. 
Attorney at Law 

KING, JAMES E. (1034-38) 

Res. 25 Wellington Terrace, White Plains, X. Y. 
Bus. Thoroughbred Racing Protective Bureau, 

Inc., 4(Ki Lexington Ave., Xew York 17, 

X. Y, 

KING, ROBERT L. (1838-45) 

Res. 418 E. Argonue Drive, Kirkwood 22, Mo. 
Bus. Southern Comfort Corp., 2121 Olive Street, 

St. Louis 3, Mo. 
Vice President 

KING, WILLIAM T. (1042-46) 

Res. 1251 Arch Terrace, Richmond Heights 17, 

Mo. 
Bus. 1426 Boatmen's Bank Bldg., 314 North 

Broadway, St. Louis 2, Missouri 
Attorney 

KIRKPATRICK, THEODORE C. (1042-45) 

Res. 180-38 Lewiston Ave., St. Albans 12, N. Y. 
Bus. American Business Consultants, Inc., 55 

West 42nd Street, .New York IN, N. V, 
Managing Editor, Counterattack 

KITCHEN, JOHN J. (1042-46) 

Res, 3T Main Street, Bridgeport, N. J. 
Bus. 44 Cooper St., Woodbury, N. J. 
Attorney 

(102) 



KLAUER, JOHN A., JR. (1941-44) 

Res. 30 Sammis Ave., Huntington, L. L, N. Y. 
Bus. Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton N 
Y. 

Plant Protection 

KLEES, JAMES M. (1034-36) 

Res. 2003 Niles Ave., St. Paul 5, Minn. 

Bus. U. S. Securities & Exchange Coram.. 4(H) 

Pioneer Bldg., St. Paid 1, Minn. 
Attorney 

KLEIN, NATHANIEL J. (1942-44) 

Res. 3040' Alton Road, Miami Beach 39, Fla. 
Bus. 605 Lincoln Rond, Miami Beach 30, Flti. 
Bus. 31 Clinton Street, Newark 2, X. J. 
Attorney 

KLEINMAN, IRVING (1030 31) 

Res. 1675 E. 21st St., Brooklyn 29, N. Y. 
Bus. 29 Broadway, New York 6, N. Y. 
Certified Public Accountant 

KLEMP, JOSEPH B. (1942-45) 

Res. 787 W. Nevada St., St. Paul 3, Minn. 

Bus. St. Paul Foundry & Mfg. Co., 500 Como 

Avenue, St. Paul 3, Minn. 
Secretary & Treasurer 

KNIGHT, GEORGE L. (1043-46) 

Res. 4500 In graham Highway, Coral Gables, Fla. 
Bus. 1006 Pun American Bank Bldg., Miami, Fla. 
Lawyer — Investigator 

KNBTSON, GEOFFREY B. (1941-45) 
Res. Preaho, South Dakota 
Bus. Presho Livestock Auction Co., Presho, So. 

Dakota 
Livestock Commission 

KOHN, AARON M. (1930-38) 

Res. 905 Clinton Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Bus. Son jean International Corp,, 049 Drexel 
Bldg,. Independence Square, Philadelphia 
6, Pa. 
President (Export Sales & Distribution) 
(103) 





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KOREMAN, HAROLD B. (1941-46) 

Res. 52 Fleetwood Avenue, Albany, N y 
Bus. Donohue & Koreniau, 112 State ' Street Al- 
bany, N. Y. 
Attorney , illd ASBt District Attorney Albany 
County, County Court House, Albany, ,\. Y. 
KUEMER, MARTIN J. (1934-37) 

Res. 4826 Walnut Srteet, Philadelphia 30, Pa 
Bus. Equitable Life Assurance Soe. of U. 8 123 

So. Broad Street, Philadelphia p a 
District Claims Representative—Attorney ' 
KRIDKL, ALAN M. (1942-46) 

Res. 287 Weaver Street, J.arehmonf. N y 

ISus. Nathan St.nn.s I>„p g , r « 1 «rt Inc., :« East 17th 

Street, New York 3, N, Y. 
Sales Manager 

KRIEGEL, HENRY E. (1934-36) 

Rgs. 1731 Lexington Street, Houston « Texas 
Hub. WW Eleetrie Bki K .. HolIHtoil „ T ,' x , s ™ 
Oil Operator 

KBOPPY, JOSEPH V. (1014-21) 

Res. 1703 Montgomery Avenue, Bronx 53 N Y 
Bus. IS Whitehall Street, New York 4 N Y ' 
Lawyer ' 

KRUEGER, WILLIAM F (1942 4>j) 

Res. 1021 W . 12 Mile R,L, Roya ,' Oak, Miel, 
Mis. ^or S e Hear IHvi.ion-Ho^ Warner Co,,, 

(n_ E. Woodbridgc Ave., Detroit "(i Mieh- 

lffim 
Asst. Treasurer 

KUBHNER, HOWARD M (1942 451 
Res. 3( (1 s N. Broad striH . t- 1>llil;l(]ti , 

Bus. W7-H22 Cestaut: Street. Phihuieimn:;- P it 
Attorney at Law 

KUNCE, PEYTON H. (1942-46) 

Res. ]f«2 Walnut, Murphysboro. Ill 
Bus. Jopiiu Building, JIiirplij-Hboru," III 
Attorney 

(104) 



KUN'TZ, WALTKU N„ JR. (19(2-46) 
Res. 119 Kiirem Road. Waeo, Texas 
Bus. Southwestern Drug Corp., nth and Mary 

Sts., Waeo, Texas 
Operations Manager 



LACKEY, P. JOSEPH (1928-40) 

Res. 2415 Ella Lee Lane, Houston If), Texas 
Bus. Consolidated Steel Corp., 649 M & M Bldg 

Houston 2, Texas 
Vice President 

LADENBERGER, DON A. (1938-46) 

Res. 4145 Sunnyslope Ave., Sherman Oaks, Calif 
Bus. Johnson & Ladenberger, 940-942 The 
Citizens National Bank Bldg, 453 s 
Spring Street, Los Angeles 13, Calif 
Attorney 

LAFLIN, JAMES C. (1941-45) 

Res. « Brighton Way, Clayton 22, Mo 

Bus. Southern Comfort. Corp., 2121 Olive Street 

■St. Louie 3, Mo. 
Asst. Secretary— Treasurer 

LA F LITRE, WILLIAM R. (1941-46) 
Res. Keesevllle, New York 
Bus. Kitigslaiid Building, Keesevllle, N Y 
Attorney 

LA FOND, CHARLES J. (1940-41) 

Res. 1230 Bunts Road, Lakewood 7, Ohio 

Bus. Apex Smelting Co., 6700 Grant Avenue 

Cleveland 5, Ohio 
Comptroller 

LA FRANCE. CHARLES R. (1934-35) 

Res. 20 N. Oakwood ct., Tuscaloosa, Ala. 
LA MASTER, LEWIS M. (1942-45) 

Res. 4006 Betsy Lnne, Houston If) Texas 

Bus Moroney, Brfssner & Co., 812 Rusk Ave 

Esperson Bldg., Houston 2, Texas 
Securities Broker 

(105) 




LA MEASURE, SHERMAN L. (1942-46) 

Res. 17S1 Dorchester, Birmingham, Mkli. 
Bus. Devlieg Machine Co., 450 Fiiir Ave. 

dale 20, Midi. 
Controller 

LANCTOT, ROBERT E. (1940-46) 

Res. 74 Piedmont St., San Francisco. Calif. 
Bus. Shearer & Thomas, 1 Montgomery Street, 

San Francisco 4, Calif. 
Attorney 
LAN DREE, BERT J. (1943-44) 

lies. 22l',2 Seabury Avenue, Minneapolis (i, Minn, 
Bus. American Associated Insurance Cos., 1090 

Northwestern Bank Bldg., Minneapolis 2, 

Minn. 
Claims Mgr. & Attorney 
LANDSNAES, ERLING R. (1939-45) 

Res. 31600 Aiiluirn Drive, Birmingham, Mich. 
Bus. The Federal Bearings Co., Int., 2040 Book 

Tower Bldg,, Detroit, Mich, 
Sales 

LANDTBOM, WILLIAM A. (1940-45) 

Res, 50 Rosewood Drive, Snn Francisco 16, Calif. 
Bus. Harrigan Weidenmuller Co., 344 Koarny 

Street, San Francisco 8, Calif. 
Real Estate Broker 
LANE, CHARLES H. (1917-19) 

Res. 400 Pelham Rond, New Rochelle, N, Y. 
Bus. 60 John Street, New York 7, N. Y. 
Lawyer, Tort Specialist 
LANCDON, JACK M. (aka Ceo.) (1940-45) 

Res, 1227 Washington Terrace, Fort Worth 7, 

Texas 
Bus. Hill, Paddock & Langdon, 608 First Nation- 
al Bank BIdg., Fort Worth 2, Texas 
Attorney 
LAPACHET, ROBERT A, (1939-45) 

Res. 32 Colo Street, San Francisco 17, Calif. 
Bus. California State Brewers Institute, 153 

Montgomery Street, Ban Francisco 4, Calif, 
Trade Association 




LAVELLE, THOMAS P. (1942-43) 

Res. 127 West 00th Street, New York 24, X, Y. 
Bus. Allstate Insurance Co., 71 W. 23 Street, 
New York, N. Y. 207 State Street, Elniira, 
Chemung Co., New York 
Agent 

LAWRANCE, ROBERT E. (1934-35) 

Res. "Seven Oaks," P. O. Box 432, San Carlos, 
Calif. 

Bus. The Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Com- 
pany, 660 Market Street, San Francisco 4, 
California 

Life Insurance Agent 

LAWRENCE, H. BEMIS (1940-46) 

Res. 2630 Landor Avenue, Louisville 5, Ky. 
Bus. 1110-1111 Kentucky Home Life Building, 

Louisville 2, Ky. 
Attorney at Law 

LAWRENCE, STEPHEN T. (1941-47) 

Res. 122 West Stratford Avenue. Lansdowne, Pa. 
Bus. R. C. A.-Victor, Front & Cooper Sts„ Cam- 
den, N. J. 
General Security Officer 
(107) 








LAWRENCE, WILLIAM V. (1942-44) 

lies. Stamford Road, Bedford Village N T 
Bus. Lawrence Management Co., 4 Valley Road 
BronxvIUe, N. Y. ' 

Real Eetiite Investment & Management 

LA WRY, JOSEPH S. (1941-47) 

Res. 1280 «nmllton Ave., Palo Alto Calif 

Hub. Howe & Finch, 2IU Hamilton Avenue Palo 

Alto, Calif. 
Al torney 

LEACH. JOHN E. (1942-45) 

Res. Ift7 St. Jnmes Place, Buffalo 9 N Y 

Bus. Brown, Kelly Turner & Symons, 44u' M & 

T. Bldg., Buffalo 2, N. Y. 
Attorney 

LEAHY, HOWARD J. (1942-45) 

Res. Seton Hall College. South Orniijw> N J 
Bus. Trustees of Scton Hall College, South 

Orange, N. j. 
Dean of College 

LEAHY, JOHN F. (1043-48) 

Res. 612 Crysler St., lirookliue, Pittsburgh, p )( 
Bus. United Steelworkers of America, Dist 19 

400 Lock Street, Tnreiitum, Pa. 
Staff Representative (Attorney) 

LECKIE, ARTHUR B. (1934-40) 

n es ' i«„ N O r]and0 Av L Anereles 3fi Cm if 
Bus 5410 Wilshire Blvd.,' Los a"S b 8 K CoiS' 
Confidential Investigations 

I. EDDY, RAYMOND O. (1938-43) 

Res. 40-66 Ithaca Street, Elmimrst, L.I., N. Y. 

LEE, JACK HAROLD (1940-47) 

Res. 2851 N. 49th Street, Milwaukee, Wise 

Bus. Prime Pneking Co. (Dressed Reef) £049 N 

14th Street, Milwaukee, Wise, 
General Manager 

(108) 



LEE, LEDAND G., JR. (1940-44) 

Res. 4600 Northway Drive, Dallas, Texas 
Bus. 2116 North Field Street, Dallas 1 Texas 
Construction— W. H. Cothbum & Co. 

LEHMAN, WALLACE H. (1942-45) 

Res. 306 Prospect St., Pewankee, Wise. 
Bus. 3000 Montana, Milwaukee, Wise 
Manager Sales Order Dept. 

LEMAIRE, ARNOLD J. (1934-41) 

Res. Pleasure Ridge Park, U.S. 31W Vallev 

Station, Ky. 
Bus. 722 Marion E. Taylor Bldg., Louisville 2 

Ky. 
Attorney 

LEONARD, WILLIAM C. (1941-45) 

Res. 1904 Idlewild Drive, Lima Ohio 

Bus Bentley. Neville, Cory & !,„„*,, 5^ Co) . 

ouial Finance Bldg., Limn, Ohio 
Attorney 

LESLIE, HARRY C, JR. (1941-44) 

Bus. D eer i Jllke> shjlUy K]iol]i purk F 

eoiisin 
Manufacturers Representative 
LESLIE, HENRY M. (1942-4;)) 

Res. 17 Althea Lane, Larehmoiit N Y 

Bus. Leslie & Co., 40 Worth Street, New York, 



N. Y. 
Partner 

LEVIN, LEON 

Res 



(1930-45) 

Bus. Office of Special Investigations (IC) VSAF 
C«Iif W ' Wi,S,,i,, * t011 lilvd - L » s Augeles! 
Special Agent 
LEVY, RICHAKD L. (1942-45) 

Res. 2601 Parkway, Philadelphia 30 Ta 
Bus. Murdoch, Pnxson, Kalish & 'oreen, 2833 
JnlelHy-Phila. Trust ma s ., Philadelphia, 
Attorney at Law 





LEWIS, HORACE A. (1918-25) 

Res. 13 Park Ave., SommervIUe, MaBB. 

Bus. H. A. Lewis & Son, 7 Holland Street, 

Soinervillo, Mass. 
Real Estate Appraisal 

LEWIS, MARVIN W. (1040-45) 

lies. 2fi77 Itidgewood Circle W„ Zanesville, Ohio 
Bus, Meyer, Johnson & Kineaid. First National 

Bank Bldg-, Zanesville, Ohio 
Attornoy 

LEYHE, FRED H. (1941-48) 

Res. 1015 Bernice Avenue, Kirkwood, Mo. 
Bus. Thomas W. Garland's, Inc., St. Louis, Mo. 
Suporintoudant of Operations 

LIEB, JOSEPH P. (1925-31) 

Res. 2007 Bnyshore Blvd., Tampa 6, Fla. 

Bus. 1002 Citizens Building, Tampa 2, Florida 
Lawyer 

LIGHT, CLAUDE P. (1917-32) 

Res. 910 Juliana Street, Parkersburg, West Vn. 
Bus. Rooms 35 & 36, Citizens Bank Bldg. 4th 

Street, Parkersburg, West Va. 
Lawyer 

LIXDAMOOD, HARRY R. (1942-45) 

Res, ft'ift South Mil in Street, Orrville, Ohio 
Bus. Public Square, Orrville, Ohio 
Attorney 

LIN11STROM, HARVEY J. (1942-45) 

Res. 1716 Victoria Avenue, Los Angeles 6, Calif. 
Bus. Koos & Linclstrom, 403 W. 8th Street, Lob 

Angeles 14, Calif. 
Attorney 

LISTERMAN, WAYNE L. (1933-41) 

Res. 22239 Parnell Road, Shaker Heights 22, 

Ohio 
Bus. Eaton Manufacturing Company, 739 East 

140th Street, Cleveland 10, Ohio 
Personnel Manager 

(110) 



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LOCKEftMAN, ALLEN E. (193241) 

Res. 435 Whltemore Drive, N.W.. Atlanta, Ga. 
Bus. 839 Hurt Bldg., Atlanta 3, Ga. 
Lawyer 

LOCKREM, J. DUDLEY (1941 45) 

ReR. 4051 Johnson Ave., Western Springs, Ttl. 
Bus. Scully-Jones & Company, 1!)01 S. Rockwell 

Street, Chicago 8, 111. 
Vice President and Secretary 

LOEHL, DONALD (1929-30) 

Eos. 420 West Seeoud St., Los Angeles 12, Calif. 
Bus. State of California, State Building, Los 

Angeles 12, Calif. 
Referee, Industrial 
Aeo.idont Commission 

LOUR, WILLIAM J. (1942-48) 

lies. 20S Erie Rd.. ('olumlnis 2, Ohio 

Bus. Harris. Inc., 21)0 K. Long Street, I "nl n imIjiik. 

Ohio 
Vice President 

LOMONT, ALLEN C. (1042-45) 

Res. 4421 South Wayne Ave., Fort Wayne fi, Ind. 
Bus. 617 Grille Bldg., Fort Wayne 2, Indiana 
Lawyer 

LONGMIRE, GEORGE (1912-45) 

Res. 5(13 Hardline Street. Grand Forks, Norlh 

Dakota 
Bus. 7Yj So. 4th St., Grand Forks, No. Dakota 
Attorney at Law- ■ -States Atlorney 

LOOK, RICHARD W. (1941-45) 

Res. 2:514 Middle Avenue, Wyandotte, Michigan 
Attorney at Law 

LORD, CLARENCE I. (1934-38) 
Res. R. D. 5, Trenton, N J. 
Bus. N. J. Mgrs. Casualty Ins. Co,, 303 W. State 

Street, Trenton 8, N. J. 
Attorney 

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LORRY, WILFRED R. (1934-44) 

Res. 450 Rock Glen Drive, Wymicwood, Pa. 

Bus. Freedman, Landy and Lorry, 900 Jefferson 

Bldg., 1015 Chestnut St., Philadelphia 7, 

Pa, 

Lawyer 

LOSTY, WILLIAM J. (1042-44) 

Rra. 3533-83rd Street, Jackson Heights, N. Y 
Bus. Insurance Co. of No. America, 90 John 

Street, New York, N. Y. 
Investigator 

LOTT, Y. D., JR. (1032-34) 

Ilea. K. Wimbledon Rd., Spring Hill, Ala. 

Bus. Gulf, Mobile & Ohio Railroad Co., 104 St, 

Francis Street, Mobile 5, Ala. 
General Attorney 

LOVE, WILLIAM T., JR. (1942-4(5) 

Res. 4 Glenwoldc* Park, Tarrytbwri, N. Y. 
Bus. Da vies, Hnnl}', Sehenek & Sonus, One Willi 

Street, New York, N. Y. 
Attorney 

LOVRIEN, PHILIP C. (1043-45) 

Res. 412 Norlh 4th Street, Humboldt, Iowa 
Bus. Jaqua and Lovrion, Roed Bldg., Humboldt 

Iowa 
Lawyer 

LOWBRY, MARTIN JOSEPH (1941-43) 

Res. lH4. r > W. O.Stli Street, Chicago 43. 111. 
Bus. Loyola University, Chicago. 111. 
Student- -Research for 1 Ussertation in Lnti 
American History 

LUNSFORD, JOHN B. (1034-41) 

Res. 3003 Mountain Lane, Birmingham 9, Ala. 
Bus. Null, ltd. of Fire Undwrts., 1'. (>. Box 

Birmingham (I, Ala. 
Special Agent 

(112) 



LUTES, LAWRENCE V. (1042-45) 

Res. 400 St. Lawrence Drive, Silver Spring 

Maryland. ' 

Bus. Lawrence V. Lutes, Realtor, 914 Bonifant 

St., Silver Springs, Md. 
Realtor 

LUTEY, JOHN T. (1837-45) 

Res. 5701 Jackson Street, Houston, Texas 
Bus. Variety Club of Houslon, Texas State Ho- 
tel, Houston, Texas 
Manager 

LYMAN, ROBERT S. (1927-30) 

Res. 126 Sheridan Drive, N.B., Atlanta, Ga. 
Bus. 711 William Oliver Bldg., Atlanta 3, Ga 
Certified Public Accountant 

LYNCH, JOHN A. (1940-46) 

Res. 845 Walden La tie, Lake Forest, 111. 

Bus. John A. Lynch & Company, 231 South La 

Salle Street, Chicago 4, Illinois 
Certified Public Accountant 

LYNCH, JOHN J., JR. (1940-43) 

Res. 2«G0 Taylor street, Youngstowu, Ohio 
Bus. (iOO Wiek Building, Yoiiiigstowii 3 Ohio 
Attorney— State Representative 

LYNN, BRUCB G. (1943-45) 

Res. 2251 Oxford Rd., Columbus 12 Ohio 
Bus. Porter. Stanley, TrefCinger & Phjtt, Le- 
Ven.iie Lincoln Tower, Columbus 15 Ohio 
Attorney 

LYON, CHARLES R. (1942-45) 

Res. 2808 W. Yakima Ave., Yakima, Wash 
Bus. 625 Miller Bldg., Yakima, Wash. 
Attorney 

LYONS, RAYMOND M. (1940-44) 

Res 40 Jefferson Blvd., Riverside, Ontario, Can- 
ada ' 






Bus. International Detrola Corporation 
Beard, Detroit 9, Michigan 
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MAC MILLAX, HUGH (1040-40) 

Reg. 1125 Belmont Plate, West Palm Beach, 

Florida 
Bus. 722 Coinenu Bltlg.. West P:ilm Bench, Fla. 
Attorney 

MAC MI LEAN, RONALD A. (1039-45) 

Bus. II. S. Dept. of State, American Embassy, 

Paris, France 
Foreign Service 

MC ADAM, WILLIAM H. (1043-45) 

Res. 4535 Auckland Aveiuu-, North Hollywood, 

Calif. 
Bus. Coldwell, Banker & Co., Room 415 Pacific 
Mutual Bldg., 523 W. 6th St., Los Angeles 14, 
Calif. 
Real Estate 

MC AIIDLE, FRANK J. (1934-41) 

Res. 407 Krewson Terrace, Willow Grove, Pn. 

Bus. V. S. Government 
Investigations 

MC ARDLB, THOMAS J. (1941-43) 

Res. 54 York Terrace, Melrose 76, Mass. 

Bus. Choate, Hall & Stewart, 30 State Street, 

Boston 0, Mass. 
Lawyer 

MeATEKR, CHARLES F„ JR. (1040-45) 

Res. 115 Stuyvesant Place, Statcn Island 1. N. Y. 
Bus. !) Prospect Street, Stat en Island 4, New- 
York 
Attorney at Law 

MC CAIN, DANIEL I. (1935-36) 

Res. 30fj,S Cheltenham Place, Chicago 49, III. 
Bus. Chicago Crime Coram., 79 W. Monroe 

Street, Chicago 3,' III. 
Investigator 

(114) 



MC CALLUM, RALPH O. (1930-34) 

Res. 2727-164th Street, Flushing, N. T. 
Bus. Association of Casualty & Surety Compa,- 
nies, 60 John Street, Room 1202, New York 
7, N. T. 
Accountant 

MC CARTHY, EMMETT F. (1 i>38-40) 

Res. 3040 Cabrilln Street. San Francisco 21. Calif. 
Bus. 41 Slitter Street, San Francisco 4, Calif. 
Investigations 

McCarthy, joseph p. (1029-35) 

Res. 3530 Clnrlngton Ave., Los Angeles 34, Calif. 
Bus. 5478 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles 36, Calif. 
Bus. 545 Spreekols Bldg., San Diego 1, Calif. 
Private Investigator 

MC CARTHY, JUSTIN IT. (1930-30) 

Res. R353 St. Lawrence Avenue, ChiejiKO 10, III. 
Baa. Veterans Administration, 36(1 West Adams 

Street, Chicago, 111. 
Lawyer 

McCAY, RALPH F. (1941-4R) 

Res. Hfi Folly Road, Windermere, Charleston, 

S. C. 
Bus. Peoples Bldg.. Broad Street. Charleston, 

S. C, 
Real Estate & Insurance— Broker 

MeCONNELL. WILLIAM E. (1942-43) 

Res. 711 Idaho Street, Lewistown, Montana 
Bus. Snowy Distributing Co., 711 Idaho Street, 

Lewistown, Montana 
Owner 

MeCORMACK, DWIGHT L. (1929-44) 

Res. 433S University Blvd., Dallas 5, Texas 
Bus. 1110 Liberty Bank Bldg., Dallas 1, Texas 
Attorney at Law 

McCRBSADY, CHARLES J. (1943-46) 

Res. 3419 Stettinius Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 
Bus. Wm. WrlglGy, Jr. Company, 410 N. Michi- 
gan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 
Asst. Sales Manager 

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MC DADE, THOMAS M. (1934-38) 

Res. 4 Rosemeru St., Rye, New York 

Bus, General Foods Corp., 250 Park Ave., New 

York, N. Y. 
Accounting Manager 

MC DBVITT, JOSEPH P. (1017-40) 

Res. T>1 Allandale Rd. (Overbrook), Philadelphia 

31, Pa. 
Retired 

MCDONALD, CHESTER (1042-45) 

Res. 201 Nesmith Street, Lowell, Mass. 
Bus, 24 Merrimack Street, Lowell, Muss. 
Lawyer 

MC DONALD, MALVERN G. (1942-46) 

Res. 1414 North Lauderdale, Odessa, Texas 

litis. 116 Hendricks Bldg., P. O. Box 3083, Odessa, 

Texas 
Attorney and Counselor at Law 

MCDONOUGH, JAMES J. (1939-45) 

Res. 17« Anstiee St., Oyster Bay, N. Y. 

Bus. Edwards, Froelieh & McDonougU, 1KB 

Franklin Ave., Mineola, N. Y. 
Attorney 

MC ELROY, GEORGE H. (1938-30) 

Res. £2 Charles Street. Livingston. N. ,T. 
Bus. Lumbermen* Mutual Casually Co., 11 Com- 
merce Street, Newark 2, N. J. 
Attorney 

MC ENTICE, JOHN F. (1940-44) 

Res. 114.'j-7(ith Street, Brooklyn, N, Y. 
Bus. 2 Broadway, New York 4, N, Y. 
Lawyer 

MeEAKLAND, XOltMAiN II. (1942-49) 

lies. 1(550 Danville, Houston, Texaw 
litis. (117 Citizens Stale Bank Bldg., Houston 

Texas 
Attorney 

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MC FEELY, DENNIS E. (1941-44) 

Res. 925 Washington Street, Hobokon, N. J. 
Bus. City of Hoboken, N. J., Police Headquart- 
ers, Hoboken, N. J. 
Police Capt, 

MC GAHEY, OSCAR E. (1942-46) 

Res. 2223 Glen Canyon Rd., Altadena, Calif. 
Bus. Parkway Ford Sales, 101 S. Arroyo Park- 
way, Pasadena, Calif, 
Sales Mgr. 

MC GARRAGHY, FRANCIS I. (1933-42) 

Uos. 1202 Portlier Road, Alexandria, Va. 
Bus. Investment Bldg., 15th & K Sta., WashiiiK- 

tou, D. C. 
Lawyer 

MC GILLIVRAY, GILBERT J. (1941-43) 

Iti.s. (52-45 Aldurtoii Street, Rego Park, Qiiwhh 
N. Y. 

MeGOLDRICK, JAMES G. (1942-45) 

Res. 325 E. 41st Street, New York 17, N. Y. 
Bus. Moore & Schley, 100 Broadway, New York 

5, N. Y. 
Investment Counsel 

McGOVERN, DONALD C. (1934 3(5) 

Res. 2805 Francis Avenue, Los Angeles G, Calif. 
Bus. 433 S. Spring Street, Los Angeles 13, Calif. 
Attorney 

MC GREEVY, JAMES R. (11)41-4(5) 

Res. 5105 Capitol Avenue, Omaha, Nebr. 
Bus. 618 Keeliue Bldg., Omaha, Nebr. 
Attorney 

McGUlNNESS, ROBERT F. (1942-46) 
Res. 64S-83rd Street, Brooklyn 9, N, Y. 
Bus. John Wanamnker, New York, 784 Broadway, 

New York 9, N. Y. 
Protection Manager 

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McCUIRE, LLOYD II. <11>i;t- H) 

Res. 212 E. 21st Street, Tulsa 5, Okla. 

Bus. Suite 309 Kennedy Building, Tulsa 1, Okla- 
homa 

Attorney— Specializing in Corporation, Probate, 
Oil and (Ins ill id Indian Land Law 

MC CLRTY, A It Till. - It I. <1!)<I2-4,S) 

lies. 510 East 20th Street, New York 9, N. Y. 

MC HENRY, ROT C. (1017-20) 

Res. 104 Prospect St., Binghamton, N. Y. 
Bus. 97-90 Collier Street, Binghamton 02, N. Y. 
Lawyer — Author 

MC INERNEY, JAMES M. (1035-38) 

Res. 3200-lOth Street. Washington 2, I). ('. 

Bus. U. S. Dept. (it Justice, 9th & Pennsylvania 

Ave, N.W., Washington 25, D. C. 
Lawyer 

MC INTOSH, DONALD P. (1042-44) 

Res. 2647 Midvale Avenue, Los Angeles 34, Calif. 
Hue. Sterling Top & Cabinet Co., 2817 Empire 

Ave., Burbank, Calif. 
Secty-Treas. 

Mclaughlin, john j. (1940-45) 

Res, 637-41 St., Des Moines, Iowa 

Bus. 702 Hubbell Bldg., Des Moines, Iowa 

Attorney 

Mclaughlin, john joseph (1942-40) 

Res. 22 Bellingham Road, Brookline 07. Mass. 
Bus. Rooms 7O:i-70(i, 20 lVuibertoii Square, Bos- 
ton 8, Mass. 
Attorney at Law 

MC LAUGnLIN, JOHN T. (1926-41) 
Res. 775 California St., Reno, Nev, 
Una. 15 East 1st St., Reno, Ney, 
Attorney 

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MC LENDON, JOHN II. (1040-44) 

Res. 243 N. Graeelaitd Ave., Dos Pbiines, 111. 
Bus. Investigators, Inc., Suite 405, 20fl So. La 

Salle St.. Chicago 4, III. 
Investigator 

MC LEOD, JOHN S. (1940-45) 

Res. 1414 West 5th St., Olympia, Wash. 

McMAHON, DENNIS P., JR. (1942-45) 

Res. 1253 Florida St., Corpus Christi, Texas 
Bus. 12US So. Staples St., Corpus Christi, Texas 
District Landman, Stauoliad Oil & (Ins Com- 
pany 

MC MAHON, F. ROY (1942-45) 

Res. 117-17-240 Street, Elmout, N. Y. 

Bus. 270 Madison Avenue, New York 10, N. Y. 

Certified Public Accountant 

MC NARY, JAMES II. J. (1043-45) 

Res. 3933 Beachwood, Pine Lawn 20, Mo. 
Bus. Industrial Bank of St. Louis, 901 Washing- 
ton, St. Louis, Mo. 
Personal Loan Manager 

MC NULTY, WILLIAM J. (1935-40) 

lies. 405 Sutherland Road, Trenton 8, N, J, 
Bus. New Jersey Manufacturers Casualty Insur- 
ance Company, 303 West State Street, Tren- 
ton 8, N. J. 
Counsellor at Law 

MC PHAIL, C. W. (1918-29) 

Res. 2115 Sua Set Blvd., Houston, Texas 
Bus. Houston Lighting & Power Co., 1010 Walk- 
er Street, Houston 1, Texas 
Vice President 

MC TWIGGAN, RUSSELL A. (1020-24) 

Res. 809 East. 40th Street, Long'lJeaeh 7, Calif. 
Bus. A. K. Wilson Lumber Company, Comptaii, 

Calif. 
Dir. Personnel & Industrial Rel. 

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McVAY, DONALD R. (1042 45) 

Res. 1013 Sherman, Evnnston, 111. 

Bus. Special Standing Comm., Aiwlfun News- 
paper Publishers Assn., 300 N. Michigan 
Ave;., Room 80S, Chicago 1, III. 

Labor Relations 

McVAY, WILLIAM P. (1941-45) 

Hoe. 141 Washington Street, Bradford Pa 
Bub. MeVay & McVay, 04 Main Street,' Bradford 

Pa. 
Attorney at Law 

MAAS, DAVID E. (1940-46) 

Res. Blackboard's Hill, St. Thomas, Virgin 

Island 
Bus. Maas & Bailey, P. (>. Box 500. Charlotte 

Amalic, St. Thomas, Virgin Island 
Attorney also Editor and owner, THE BEACH 
COMBER 

MACK, EDGAR E. (1942-46) 

Res. 125 Irving PI a re. Storm Lake, Iowa 

Bus. Mack & Muck, CIS Lake Avenue, Storm 

Lake, Iowa 
Attorney 

MACKAT, WILLIAM J. (1941-46) 

Bea. 106 Victoria Place, Syracuse 10, N. Y 

Bus. Smith, Sovik, Levine & Richardson 300 

Wilson Bldg., Syracuse, N. Y. 
Attorney at Law 

MACKENZIE, EDWARD H. (1041-47) 

Res. 64 Clifton Avenue, Highland Park 111 
Bus. Veriflae Foods, Inc., 710-712 W. Randolph 

Street, Chicago 6, Illinois 
Asst. to the President 

MACKLE, JAMES W. (1340-44) 

Res. 1211 So. Thomas St., Arlington, Va. 
Bus. Central Intelligence Group, 2430 E St N 
W„ Washington, D. C, 
(120) 



MADALA, JOHN L. (1933-46) 

Res. 1272 s.W. 15th Street, Miami 32, Fla 
Bus Maryland Jockey Club, Baltimore Md 
Garden State Racing Assoc, Camden N J 
Hialeah Race Course, Miami, Fla 
Director of Safety 

MADDEN, RICHARD F. (1042 45) 

Res. 12 Kainal,, Drive, Lanikai, Oahu T H 

' mT V mp , ! T" CouneiI ' lW KMolu.1 

tfivd., Honolulu 42, T H 
Statistician and Research Analyst 
MADDOX, ROBERT D. (1942-45) 

Res. 117 Hermine Street, San Antonio, Tezas 

Bank To I " VeStme " t C °- «» National 
Branch Manage ;" 1 " 1 "™' *** *"«"*>< ™» S 
MADIOAN. JOHN T. (1936-43) 

Res. 17 Randolph Terrace, Radburn, N. J 

fZT, 1 :::^. r- c °- is washington 

Attorney & Supt. of Investigation 
MAGINNESS, GEORGE P. (1W0 45) 

Res. 32 Warren St., Apt. 88, Nutley 10 N J 
Bus. Barrington Associates, Ine., 52 Vanderbilt 
Avenue, New York 17, N. Y vnilu ermit 

Management Consultant 

MAQRAW, THOMAS H. (1943-44) 

Res. Cadiz, Ky. 

B,1S ' Mahf s^r/VT™'™ Bm ' k & Tr " st Co.. 

Main Street, Cadiss, Kentucky 
Trust Official 

MAHAN, CHARLES A. (1941-43) 

Bus Chance Vought Aircraft, Stratford Conn 
Supt. Plant Protection ' ' 

MAHAN, JAMES F. (1941-45) 

Bus' 'LZT'J "** CambrI ^ 38, Mass. 

Attorney 





MAHBU, ROBERT A. (1040-47) 

Rck. 5<> Mora 11 Place, New Roehelle, N. Y. 

Bum, I ►.-! ir-y Dream Farms, Inc., 110 East 42nd 

Street, New York 17, N. Y. 
President 

MAULER, EDWARD J. (1941-46) 

Res. 1700 Lamberts Mill Road, West field 20, N, J. 
Bus. Standard Oil Development Co., 125 Broad 

■Street, Elizabeth. N. J, 
Patent Attorney 

MA110N, JOHN J. (1042-46) 

Res. H.K.D. US, Med way. Mass. 

linn. Mutual Life Insurance Co.. 134 Nassau 

Street, Now York, N. Y. 
Home Office Representative 

MAHON, UOHERT V. (1942-44) 

Res. P. O. Box 69, Avalon, Santa Catalina Island, 

Calif. 
Bus. ^Police no.pt, Avalon, Santa Cutalina 

Island, Calif. 
Chief of Polite 

MAHONEY, ROBERT (1942-47) 

Bus. Holiday Inn, Lake Placid, N. Y. 
Hotel Owner 

-MAIN, ROBERT J. (1937-45) 

Res. Hillsdale Farms, Belknnp, 111. 
Bus. P. O. Box 170, Metropolis, III. 

Attorney 

MALEN, GORDON M. (1942-45) 

Ren. 15133 Sheridan Ave., S., Minneapolis 10, Minn. 
Bus. KirKt National Bank of Minneapolis, 5th at 

Marquette, Minneapolis 2, Minn. 
Advertising and Public Relations 

MA LONE, LEE F. (1933-40) 

Res. ,11591 Nottinghan Rd., Detroit 24, Mich. 
Bus. Murray Corp. of America, 7700 Russell St., 

Detroit 11, Michigan 
Supervisor, Safety & Security Division 
(122) 



MANICAS, HARRY E. (1942-44) 

Res. 330 Landon Street, Buffalo 11. N. Y. 
Bus. Yeostros Ice Cream Company, 1444 Broad- 
way, Buffalo 12, N. Y. 
General Manager & Accountant 

MANKAS, STANLEY F. (1941-44) 

Res. 1415 CIcarview Street, Philadelphia 41, Pa. 
Bus. 12)01-04 P.S.F.S. Bldg., Philadelphia 7, Pa. 
Lawyer 

MANNINO, JOHN J. (11)30-34) 

Res. 10 Baneker Place, New Roehelle 7, N. Y. 
Bus. Mnuiiiiitf, Hnrniseh & Hollinger. 41 East 

4L'nd Street, New York, X. Y. 
Attorney 

MANNIX, JOSEPH M. (1040-11) 

Ites. 5402 Connecticut Ave., N.W., Washington, 

1 1. C. 
Bus. U. S. Senate Committee on Judiciary 
Special Agent 

MARTIN, DELMAS E. (1942-44) 

Res. R.F.I). No. 6, Box 595, Tulsa, Okla. 
Bus. 70S Oil Capital BJdg., Tulsa, Okla. 
Attorney 

MARTIN, HAROLD A. (1934 39) 

Res. 3693 Hedriek Street, Jacksonville C, Fla. 

Bus. Jackson villa Chamber of Commerce, 227 
West Forsyth Street, Jacksonville 2, Flor- 
ida 

Manager — Dept. of Government 
MARTIN, HENRY N. (1940-45) 

Res. 1320 Rand Ortve. BaleiRli, N. C. 

Bus. P. O. Box 2711, Raleigh, N. C. 

Arson Investigator— National Board of Fire Un- 
derwriters 

MARTINEK, FRANK V. (1921-25) 

Res. 4940 East End Ave., Chicago 15, 111. 

Bus. Standard Oil Co. (Indiana), 910 South 

Michigan Avenue, Chicago 5, 111. 
Assistant Vice President; also creator of "Don 
Winslow of the Navy." 

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Res. 

Bus. 




EDMUND W. (1947-48) 

Eldridge Garden Apts., Apt. 12A, West 
Collingsswood, N. J. 

National Cash Register Co., 712 Chestnut 
St., Philadelphia 7, Pa. 
Salesman (Accounting machines) 

MATTERN, STANLEY G. (1939-45) 
Res. 1232 No. Broad, Galesburg, 111. 
Bus Nash Kelvinator Sales Corp., Kelvinator 

Div„ 666 Lake Shore Dr., Chicago 11, 111. 
District Salesmanager 
MATTHEWS, BLAYNEY F. (1926-28) 

Res 4433 Ledge Avenue, North Hollywood, Calif. 
Bus. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., 4000 West Olive 

Avenue, Burbank, Calif. 
Director of Plant Protection & Personnel 

MAX, C. WILLARD (1941-46) 

Res 1108 Collingwood Drive, Olivette 14, Mo. 
Bus. No. 10 Law Building, 8024 Forsyth Blvd., 

Clayton 5, Mo. 
Attorney 

MAY, ALFRED A. (1929-31) 

Res 18318 Oak Drive, Detroit 21, Michigan 
Bus. 3150 National Bank Bldg., Detroit 26, Mich- 
igan 
Attorney 

MAYER, ALAN H. (1940-45) 

Res. 504 W. Main Ave., Clinton. Iowa 
Bus. Weston Bldg, Clinton. Iowa 
Attorney 

MAYER, ROBERT E. (1940-45) 

Res 1000 Lombard Street, San Francisco », (.aiir. 
Bus. Pacific Maritime Association, 16 California 

Street, San Francisco 11, California 
Drector of Public Relations 

MAYO, GEORGE R. (1914-33) 

Bea. P. O. Box 846, Littlefleld, Texas 
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MEEHAN, FRANK J. (1923-28) 

Res. 215 East 4th Street, Brooklyn 18, N. Y, 
Bus. Meehan & Poole, 120 Broadway, New York 

5, N. Y. 

Experts on S.K.C. Procedure 

MEGAHAN, JOHN B. (1943-47) 

Ites. 56 West flfith Street, New York 23, N. Y. 
Bub. Allied Chemical & Dye Corp., 61 Broadway, 

33rd Floor, New York 6, N. Y. 
Attorney 

MEHOS, JOHN A. (1941-47) 

Res. 74 Mary St., Arlington 74, Mass. 

Bus. Devine, York & Volpe, 11 Beacon Street, 

Boston, Mass. 
Attorney 

MELBERG, ROBERT L. (1940-43) 

Res. 1520 Newton St., N.W., Washington 10, D. C. 
Bus. C. 1. G., Washington 13, D. C. 

MELBY, ARTHUR L. (1940 46) 

Res. 5th Avenue So., No. 29, Guatemala City, 

Central America. 
Bus. Agencias A. I.. Melby 9a Calle, Oriente No. 

22, Guatemala City, C, A. 
Owner of Paper Factory 

MELONE, RALPH E. (1942 44) 

Res. 120 Glenview Dri-ve, Des Moines, Iowa 

Bus. (MVf Bankers Trust Bldg., Des Moines, Iowa 

Certified Public Accountant 

MELTON. HAROLD C, JR. (1942-44) 

Res. Box 3»fi Sissotiville Star Rt., Charleston, 

West Va. 
Bus. Kanawha Block Co., Box 854, Charleston, 

West Va. 
Salesman Owner of Dairy & trucking business 

MEREDITH, JAMES H. (1942-44) 

Legal Secy, to Governor, Jefferson City, Mo. 
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MERRICK, WAYNE (1926-34) 

Res. 289 Mill Spring Road, Mnnhasset, N. Y. 
Bus. Association of Casualty & Surety Cos., 60 
John Street, Room 1202, New York 7, N. Y. 
Insurmice 

MERRITT, EDWARD K. (1935-37) 

Res. 471 S. Ogden Drive, Los Angeles 36, Cn 1 If. 

MKUTZ. JOHN C. (1935-39) 

Res. 321119th Street, North, Arlington, Va. 
Bus. Veterans Administration, 15th & Vermont 

Ave., N.W., Washington 25, D. C. 
Inspection — Investigation Officer 

MEKSNER, ERNEST J. (1930-31) 

Res. 2303-Snl Ave. West, Hibbing, Minn. 

litis. Board of Tax Appeals, State of Minnesota, 

328 State Capitol, St. Paul 1, Minn. 
Lawyer 

METCALF. (ILENN C, JR. (1941.-47) 

Res. lloville, Iowa 

Bus. Creasey & Metcalf, Moville, Iowa 
Tins, Crease y & Metealf, Kingsley, Iowa 
Attorney 

MISTCALKK. JAMES J. (1031-35) 

Itcs. 550(1 West Amherst, Dallas 9, Texas 

Hub. Chicago Sun-Times Syndicate, 211 West 

Wni-ker Drive. Chicago 6, 111. 
1'ocl, Author, Lecturer 



(1935-41) 
Road, Kings Point, 



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METKR, GILBERT It. 
Res. 35 J I0)ik1. Shui 

N. Y. 
Bus. National Beard Fire Underwriters, K5 John 
St.net, New York 7, N. Y. 

.YI1DDLEKA1JFF, M. PAUL, JR. (1943-45) 

Res. 1S709 Marlowe Ave., Detroit 19, Mien, 
ISns. Michigan Mutual Liability Co., Iti3 Madison 

Avenue, Detroit 26, Mich. 
Salesman 

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MILLAR, LAURON P. (1917-18) 

Res. 325 W. Lomita Ave., Glendale 4, Calif. 
Bus. Joe Stewart & Assc.,' 458 S. Spring Street, 

Los Angeles, Calif. 
Investigator 

MILLER, ALBERT (1927-36) 

Res, 144-10- 70th Road, Kew Gardens Hills, Flush- 
ing, L. I„ N. Y. 

Bus. Bur. of Internal Revenue Service, V. S. 
Treasury Dept, 253 Broadway, New York 7, 
N. Y. 

Special Investigator 

MILLER, DANIEL (1943-46) 

Res. 'Overbrook' Toms Rd., Stamford, Conn. 
Bus. The Miller Agency, 300 Main Street., Stam- 
ford, Conn. 
Insurance & Law 

MILLER, HOWARD H. (1935-43) 

Res. 923 So. Parkview St., Los Angeles 6, Cnlif. 
Bus. Office of Housing Expediter, ILWi Santee 

St., Los Angeles 15, Calif. 
Compliance Supervisor 

MILLER, ROSS A. (1934-41) 

Res. 1466 Cardiff Street, Los Angeles 35, Calif. 
Bus. North American Aviation, Inc., Municipal 

Airport, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Director of riant Protection 

MILOVICH, FRANCIS S., JR. (1939-45) 

Res. 2209-78th Street, Apt. 3E. Jackson Heights, 

N. Y. 
Bus. Bristol-Myers Co., 630-Fifth Avenue, New 

York 20, N. Y. 
International Division 

MINCHER, ELMO 0. (1942-47) 



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Bus. 



Asst. 



(5142 N. 8th St., Apt. C, Philadelphia 20, Pa. 
Philadelphia Steel & Wire Corp., Penn St. 
& Belfleld Ave., Philadelphia 44, Pa. 
to Vice President 
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MITCHELL, WM. H. (1941-45) 

Res. 4310 No. Henderson ltd., Apt 102, Arling- 
ton, Vil- 
lus. Office of Special Investigations (IG) USAF, 

The Pentagon, Washington 25, 1). C. 
Investigator 

MIZE, BAT (1940-43) 

Ren. 1832 S.E. Hazel Street, Portland 14, Oregon 
Bus. 1431 American Bunk Bldg,, Portland 5, 

Oregon 
Attorney 

MOFFETT, REXFORD W. (1943-44) 

R«s, 531 South Main St., Orrville, Ohio 

Bus. Orrville Milk Condensing Co., Orrville, Ohio 

Asst. Manager 

MOIB, WILLIAM E. (11)43 46) 

Res. 5 North 3rd Street, Paterson, N. J. 
Itus. Metropolitan Lifts Insurance Co., 152 Mar- 
ket Street, Paterson, N. J. 
Agent 

MONAGHAN, WILLIAM I. (1942-45) 

Res. 3402 Livingston St., New Orleans, La. 
Bus. 2801 Tulane Avenue, New Orleans, La. 
Asst. Treasurer — New Orleans Laundries, Inc. 

MONSON, ROLAND P. (1930-37) 

Res. 66 W. Garden Road, Larehmont, N, T. 

Bus. I'nn American World Airways. Inc., 135 

East 42nd Street, New York 17, N. Y. 
Asst. Treasurer 

MONTGOMERY, JAMES H., JR. (1942-46) 
Res. 5211 Devonshire Rd., Richmond 24, "Va. 
Bus. Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court, 
1115 East Clay Street, Richmond 19, Va. 

Judge — Attorney 

MOONEY, JACK L. (1943-47) 

Res. 740 Hasselwood, Detroit 2, Michigan 
Una. 1831(1 Livemois Ave., Detroit 21, Michigan 
Real Estate Sales & Brokerage 
U2S) 



MOONEY, WILLIAM B. (1942-46) 

Res. 20»-2ud .Street, S.E., Waverly, Iowa 

Bus. Suite One, First National Bank Bldg., Wav- 
erly, Iowa 

Attorney at Law 
MOORE, CLARENCE W. (1934-47) 

Res. 80th St. & 9th Ave., Playa Mlramar, Mari- 
ano, Habana, Cuba 

Bus. U. S. Embassy, Obispo 6.1, Habana, Cuba 

Attache 
MOORE, JAMES W. (1942 44) 

Res. Box 602, Abilene, Texas 

Bus. American Consulate General, 9 Esplanade 
Mansions, Calcutta, India 

Vice Consul 
MOORE, JOHN (1941-46) 

Res. 40 N.W. nth Street, Delray Bench, Fla. 

Bus. Moore Iinlg., Delray Beach, Florida 

Attorney at Law 
MOORK, PAUL C. (1il42-4(!) 

Res, 5106 Caledonia Road, Richmond 24, Va. 

Bus. Atlantic Life Insurance Co., Sixlh & Main 
Sts., Richmond 12, Va. 

Actuary 

MOORK, RAMSEY L. (1941-46) 

Res, Finca San Felipe, Kan Salvador, Rl Salva- 
dor, Central America 

Bus. Edifieio Duenas, 401, San Salvador, El Sal- 
vador, C. A. 

Manufacturers Rep. 

MOORE, ROBERT L. (1933-46) 

Res. 421 Seaside Ave., Honolulu, T. H. 

Bus. Alexander & Baldwin, Ltd., P. O. Box 3440, 

Honolulu, T. H. 
Director, Industrial Relations 
MOORE, THOMAS H„ JR. (1942-45) 

Res. 110 Fairview Ave., West Orange, N. J. 
Bun. Shell Oil Co., Inc., Shell Building, Houston, 

Texas 
Mgr. Personnel— Industrial Relations, Houston 

Area 

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MOORIIEAD, DIXON D. (1941-46) 

Res. 902 South Ravine St., Sault Ste. Marie, 

Mich. 
Bus. Sault Savings Bank Bldg., Sault Ste. Marie, 

Mich. 
Lawyer 

MOHAN, JAMES I 1 . (1941-44) 

Rob. 88-30 Commonwealth Blvd., Bellerose 6, L. 

T., N, Y. 
Bus, Ethyl Corporation, 405 Lexington Avenue, 

New York, N. Y. 
Certified Public Accountant 

MOHAN, JOHN V. (1941-47) 

Res. :\s lihiko Street, Newtonvillc (jo, Mass, 

[ins. Costrlln, Mora n & Mahan, 31 Slate Street, 

I'uston '.), Maws. 
Attorney lit Law 

MORAN, ROBERT H. (1040-40) 

lion, -ill Latham fame. Berkeley, Calif. 

Bus. f>03 Financial Center Bldg., Oakland .12, 

Calif. 
Attorney 

MORAN. WTLLIAM B. (1927-38) 

Res. 99-22-<E>th Avenue. Forest Hills, L. L, N. Y. 
I'.ns. American Airlines, Inc., 10(1 K. 42ml Street, 

New York, N. Y. 
Security Officer 

MORAN, WILLIAM 10., JR. (1940-45) 

Rea. 120 W. Marshall St., Falls Church, Va. 
Baa, TT. S, Atomic Energy Comm., 19th & Consti- 
tution, Washington, I). C. 
Security 

MORAN', WILLIAM L., .lit. (li)41-4.'i) 

Res. 4i; Calton Rd„ New Roclielle, N. Y. 

ISiis. Pepsi Cola Company, 3 West 07tli Street, 

New York 1!), N. Y. 
Foreign Regional Supervisor 
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MORGAN, CHARLES PARKER (1941-43) 
Res. 36 Monmouth Road, Elizabeth 3, N. J. 
Tins. 1143 E. Jersey St., Elizabeth 4, N. J. 

Attorney at Law 

MORGAN, EDWARD P. (1940-47) 
Res. 1774 No. Troy, Arlington, Va. 
Bus. 710-14th St., N.W., Washington, D. C. 
Attorney 

MORGAN, EMORY A. (1919-27) 

Res. 412 East Taylor St., Reno, Nev. 
Private Investigator 

MORGAN, ROY L. (1834-45) 

Res. 201 Country Club Drive, Greensboro, N, C. 
Bus. 308 Banner Bldg., Greensboro, N. C. 
Attorney at Law 

MORGAN, THOMAS H. (1941-46) 

Res. 3(10 \. Vega Street, Allmmbra, Calif. 
Bus. 7(11 10. Main St., Atliambra, Calif. 
Certified Public Accountant 

MOB HIS, JOSEPH A. (1042-45) 

Res 1103 Peveto Street, Houston 6, Texas 

Bus. American Title Guaranty Co., 301 Esperson 

Bldg., Houston 2, Texas 
Attorney 

MORRIS, RICHARD H. (1942-45) 

Res. 2307 Crane Ave., Kalamazoo 35, Michigan 
Bus. Morris & Morris, 801-802 American National 

Bank Bldg., Kalamazoo, Michigan 
Lawyer 

MORRISON, HARRY (1940-47) 

Kcn. Cniwf'ordville, Fia. 

Bus. 123 South Monroe Street, Tallahassee, Fla. 

Attorney 

MORRISON, JOHN A. (1942-45) 

Kes. f>107 Walnut St., Kansas City, Mo. 
Bus. Morris,,, Nuseiit. Berger, Hecker & Buck, 
1701 Bryant Building, Kansas City 6, Mo. 
Attorney 





MORRISON, WILLIAM P., JR. (1942-45) 

Res. 6608 N. Pennsylvania, Oklahoma City, Okla. 
Bue. c/o Davon Oil Co., P. O. Box 1588, Okla- 
homa City, Okla. 
Attorney 

MORROW, JAMES H. (1042-45) 

Res. 516 South Willeou, Bozeman, Montana 
Bus, Suite 2, Gallatin Block, Bozeman, Montana 
Lawyer 

MORTON, L. CLUKE (1941-45) 

Res. 2904 Fairway Drive, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Bus. Privette & Morton, 1208 Bank of Knoxville 

Bklg. t Knoxville, Teun. 
Attorney 

MOSS, VERNE W., JR. (1942-45) 

Res. 3720 Prance Ave. S., Minneapolis, Minn. 
Bus. Van YaJkenbnrg, Blaisdon & Moss, 978 N. 

W. Hank Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn. 
Attorney 

MOUSAW, DELON F. (1943-46) 

Res. 142 Commodore Parkway, Rochester 10, 

N. Y. 
Bus. 49 Kant Avenue, Rochester 4, N. Y. 
Attorney 

MOWBRAY. J. WILLIAM (1941-40) 

Res. 2785 Sumner. Lincoln, Nobr. 
Bus. 246 North 12tli, Lincoln 8, Nebr. 
Auto Dealer 

MO WHY, JOHN L. (1930-3-1) 

Keg. Ill West Church Street, MarslHiIltown. Iowa 
Bus. 10!) East Main Street, Murshalltuwn, Iowa 
Attorney nt Law 

MDLCAHV, WILLIAM L. (1941-48) 

Res. 33 Circuit ltd., Winthrop 52, Mass. 

Bus. Jordan Marsh Co., 450 Wash. St., Boston, 

Mass, 
Protection Manager 

(132) 



MITLHERN, JOHN J. (1943-48) 

Res. 64»B So. Santa Fe Ave.. Compton, Calif 
Bus. MacClatchio Mfg. Co., 2120 No. Alameda, 

Compton , Calif. 
Office Manager 

MULVIHILL, EDWARD R. (1942-46) 
Res. DeForest, Wise. 

Bus. University of Wisconsin, Madison 6, Wise 
Associate Professor 

MUR NANE, JAMES E. (1934-37) 

Res. 112 So. Michigan Ave., Chicago 3. 111. 

Bus. Securities and Exchange Comm., 105 W. 

Adams Street, Chicago 3, 111. 
Accountant 

MURPHY, JOHN A. (1930-38) 

Res. 18 South Drive, Manhasset, L. I., N. Y. 
Bus. Pinkerton's National Detective Agency, 134 

Nassau Street, New York 7, N. Y. 
Executive 

MURPHY, JOHN B. (1917-19) 

Res. 44 Morningside Drive, Apt, 33. New York 25 

N. Y. 
Bue. Home Owners Loan Corp., 2 Park Avenue, 

New York 16, N. Y. 
Lawyer — Associate Ciencrtil Counsel 

MURPHY, JOHN H. (1942-45) 

Res. 2956 N. Hnckctt Ave., Milwaukee 11, Wise. 
Bus. 611 No. Broadway, Milwaukee 2, Wise. 
Lawyer 

MURPHY, JOHN T., JR. (1941-45) 

Res. 1340 McCuteheon Rd., Richmond Heights 

17, Mo. 
Bus. 408 OJiye Street, St. Louis 2, Mo. 
Lawyer 

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MURPHY, LESLIE E. (1938-45) 

Res 5147 Maple Street, Mission, Kansas 

Bub. Arthur Andersen & O... 1012 Baltimore, 

Kansas City, Mo- 
Certified Public Accountant 

MURPHY, SAMUEL B. (1941-4(1) 

Res, 1202 No. Ueyer lid., Kirk wood 22, Mo. 
Bus. Murphy & Bloom, 706 Chestnut St., St. 

Louis 1, Mo. 
Attorney 

MURRAY, LT. COL. JOHN E. (1938-42) 

Res 50 Woodland Street, Worcester. Mass. 

Bus Office of Special Investigations (TO), 

United States Air Force, The Pentagon, 

Washington 25, JX C. 
Chief, Flans & Training Division 

MURRAY, MATTHEW J. (1941-42) 

Rea. 3215 Netherlands Avenue, Riverdale ft*. N. X. 
Bus. 40 Exchange Place, New York 5, N. Y. 
Attorney 

MURRAY, PATRICK C. (1935-39) 

Kt'B. 199 Alinont Street, Boston 2B, Mass. 
Bun. Doiiohne's School inc. 271 Huntington Ave- 
nue, Boston It, Mass. 
Asst. Director 

MURRAY, WAYNE, JR. (1040 45) 

Res. 5723-50th Ave., N.E., Seattle, Wash. 

Bus. 200 Orpheum Building, Seattle 1, Wnshing- 

tou 
Attorney 

MUZZEY, ALEXANDER A. (1934-45) 

Res. 4(i34.-:Milli Street Sinilh, ArlillKtoli, Vsl. 
Bus. Office of Special Investigations, Inspector 
General, HQS. USAlf, The Pentagon, Wash- 
ington 25. D. C. 
Supervisory ] uvestigntor 
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MYERS, LOUIS P. (1642-45) 

Res. 3501 South Utica, Tulsa, Okla. 
Bus. 902 Palace Bldg., Tulsa, Okla. 
Oil Operator 

MYERS, THOMAS E. (1933-43) 

Res. 79 Halsted Ave., Yonkcrs, N. Y. 

Bus. Alexander's Department Stores, Inc., 

Grand Concourse, Bronx, N. Y. 
Director of Plant Protection 



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NATHAN, HAROLD (1917-45) 

Res. 208 Van Cortlandt Park Av„ Yonkers, N. Y. 

Bus. Thorobred Racing Protective Bureau, Room 

212 Chrysler Bldg., New York, N. Y. 

NATHAN, ROBERT BRUCE (1927-29 & 31-37) 
Res. 401 Scott Place, Pasadena 3, Calif. 
Buy. Braun & Company, i'Ai) Kdison Bldg., Lns 

Angeles l'S, Calif. 
Public Relations 

NEFF, ROBERT W. (1942-45) 

Res. 390-25 St., S.E., Cedar Rapids, Iowa 

Bus. 1215 Merchants National Bank Building, 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa 
Lawyer 

NEIMAN, JOHN H. (1942-46) 

Res. l()21-4r>th Street, J'les Moines 11, Iowa 

Bua. Neiman & Neiinan, 700 Walnut Bldg., Dps 

Moines 9, Iowa 
Attorney 

NELSON, C. JEROME (1941-44) 

Res. Box 228, Route 1, Oswego, 111. 
Bus. BOS Island Ave., Aurora, III. 
Attorney 

NELSON, GEORGE D. (1940-47) 

Res. 2770 Fairfield Avenue, Shreveport, La. 
Bus. 214 Milam Street, Shreveporl, .La. 
Attorney 

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NELSON, RICHARD E. (1941-47) 
Res. Box 31, Atkinson, Illinois 
Bus, Sturtewagon Building, Atkinson, 111. 
Lawyer 

NEMITZ, DONALD F. (1941-45) 

Res. Apt. W-2 Green Tree Manor, Louisville 7, 
Ky. 

Bus. Kentucky Tax Research Assoc., Columbia 

Bldg., Louisville 2, Ky. 
Executive Secretary 

NEQUETTB, GEORGE M. (1941-47) 

Res. 2226 W. Argyle St., Chicago 25, 111. 

Bus. Mid-States Freight -Lines,' Inc., 3009 9 

Shields St., Chicago 16, 111. 
Director of Safety & Personnel 

NESTER, JOSEPH M. (1941-4B) 

Res. 48 Country Club Place, Belleville, 111. 
Bus. Obear Nester Glass Co., 20th & Broadway, 

East St. Louie, 111. 
President & Treasurer 

NEWELL, JOHN C, JR. (1042 45) 
Res. 118 EdgehiU Court, Peoria, 111. 
Bus. Sours, Newell and NIcol, 900 Central Na- 
tional Bank Bldg., Peoria 2, 111. 
Lawyer 

NRWKIRK, RAYMOND F. (1936-42) 

Res, 3820 Van Ness St., N.W., Washington Ifl, 
D. C. 

Bus. V. H. Army, llni. 3C 9W Pentagon. Well- 
ington. 25, 1). C. 
Mil jo r, U. S. Army 

NEWMAN, WILBUR S. (1942-46) 

Res. 141 North Aim out Drive, Beverly Hills, 
Calif. 

Bus. Chevrolet Motor Div., G.M.C., 714 W. Olym- 
pic Blvd., Log Angeles 15, Calif. 

District Manager 



NICHOLS, E. LEWIS (1938 40) 

Res. 1716 N. Fair view St., Burba nk. Cnltf. 

Bus. Lockheed Aircraft Corp., 2555 Hollywood 

Way, Bnrbank, Calif. 
Attorney 

NICHOLS, LAURENCE H. (1943-47) 

Res, 3638- A No. 40th St., Milwaukee 10, Wise. 
Bus. Marquette University, 1217 W. Wisconsin 

Ave, Milwaukee 3, Wise. 
Professor and Lawyer 

NICHOLS, LEW D. (1933-35) 

Res. 1'MM Guilford Lane, Nichols Hills, Oklahoma 

City. Okla. 
Bus. Bi-iimi & Co., INK) Apco Tower, Oklahoma 

Oily 2. Okla. 
Public Relations Counselor 

NICHOLSON, FELIX II. (1942-44) 

Rets. 1390 Blvd. Lorraine SW., Atlanta, On. 
Bus. Gulf Oil Corporation, 600 Hurt Bldg., At- 
lanta 1, Ga. 
Legal 

NICKLER, ROBERT E. (1019-21) 

Res. Hotel Geo. Washington, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Bus, R5 John Street, New York 7, N. Y. 
Investigator, Attorney at Law 

NITKCHKE, IVOR E. (BILL) (1935-45) 

Res. 316 Terrace Drive, Twin Falls, Idaho 
Bus, The Sporter Inc., Elks Bldg., Twin Falls, 

Idaho 
Owner 

NOBLE, JOHN D„ JR. (1939-47) 

Res. 720 S. Normandie Avenue, Apt. 212, Los 

Angeles 5, Calif. 
Bus. 1081 Riverside Drive, Los Angeles 31, Calif. 
Building Contracting— Noble Constructing Cq. 
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NOKLKI5, PAUL (1942 45) 

lies. 4124 North Maryland Ave, Shorewood 11, 

Wise. 
Bus. Linos, Spooncr & Qnarles, 411 Bast Mason 

St., Milwaukee 2, Wise. 
Lawyer 

NOLAN, PETER J. (1031-34) 

Res. 1320 Delaware Ave., Wilmington 19, Pela. 
Bus. M. I. du Pont do Nemours & Co., Inc., 

Room 109(5 Du Pout Bldg., Wilmington 98, 

Deia. 
Attorney 

NORTON, JOHN J. (1940-48) 

lies. P. <>. Ho x (H(>, Burbank, C«lif. 
Bus. Lockheed Aircraft, Burbank, Calif. 

Investigator, Plant Protection 

NORTON, WILLIAM B., JR. (1042-45) 

Res, 105 Duiilop St., Marion, So. Carolina 
Bus. MjH-ion National Bank Bldg., Marlon, So. 

Carolina 
Attorney— Norton & Norton 



O'BRIEN, FRANK J. (1942-45) 

Res. 21 fi West Eighth St., Plalnfleld, N. J. 

Utis. O'Brien, Brett & O'Uricn, Strand Theatre 

Bldg., Pluiah'eld, N. J. 
Lawyer 

O'BRIEN, JOHN J. (1942-45) 

Res. 1024 Adams Blvd., Saginaw 50, Mich. 

Bus. John Sehmelzer, Inc.. 511 E. Genesee, 

Saginaw 59, Mich. 
Secretary and Treasurer (retail furniture) 

O'BRIEN, JOHN W. (1941-45) 

Res. 1271 Florence Ave., Plalnfleld, N. J. 

Bus. O'Brien, Brett & O'Brien, 17 Lombardy 

Street, Newark 2, N. J. 
Lawyer 

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O'BRIEN, MATTHEW J. (1942-46) 

Res. 530 Park Avenue, Apt. G-2, Orange. N. J. 
Bus. Security Bureau, Inc., 80 Broad Street, New 

York 4, N. Y. 
Field Supervisor 
O'CONNELL, GEORGE B. (1034-30) 

lies, 528 N. Lansdowne Ave., Drexel Park, Del. 

Co., Pa. 
Bus. Robert A. O'Connetl, 1520 Widener Bldg., 

Philadelphia 7, Pa. 
Public Accountant 
O'CONNELL, JOHN F. (1030-31) 

Ros. 25 Moliegan Road, Larehmont, N. Y. 

Bus. State of New York, 270 Broadway, New 

York 9, N. Y. 
Chairman, N. Y. State Liquor Authority 
O'CONNOR, DANIEL L. (1930-45) 

Res. 131 Viirnum Street, N.W., Washington 13. 

D. C. 
Bus. 1010 Vermont Ave., N.W., Denrike Bldg., 

Washington 5, D. C. 
Attorney 
O'DONNELL, ALLEN L. (1042-46) 
Ros. 812 Grant, Wans.au, Wise. 
Bus. Employers Mutual Liability Ins. Co., 407 

Grant Street, Wausau, Wise. 
Attorney 
O'GRADY, JEROME V. (1941-46) 

Res. 284 Rose Street, Freeport, L. I„ N. Y. 

Bus. Pinkerton's Nationnl Detective Agency, 154 

Nassau Street, New York 7, New York 
Special Assistant to the President 
O'HAIR, JAMES R. (1934-44) 

Res. 1602 2Sth Street, Parkorsburji. West, Vn. 
Bub. The Commercial Banking & Trust Compa- 
ny, 415 Market Street, Parkersburg, West 
Va. 

O'HARA, DANIEL J. (1942-45) 

Res. 7 Gibson Place, Elisabeth 3, N. J. 

Bus. 286 No, Broad Street, Elizabeth 3, N. J, 

Counselor at Law 



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O'LEART, JAMES M. (1931-40) 

Res. Hotel Belvedere, 319 West 48th Street, New 
York 19, N. Y. 

OLNEY, LAURENCE M. (1927-33) 

Res. 1810 Rose Avenue, Sun Marino, Calif. 
Bus. U. S. Treasury Dent, Savings Bonds l>iv., 
117 Wewt Ninth Street, Los Angeles 15, 
Calif. 
Regional Director 

OLSON, ORVILLE B, (1942-47) 

Res. 1931 W. Hopkins, Pasco, Washington 
Bus. 112 N. 5th Avenue, I'asiro, Wash. 
Attorney 

O'MALLEY, HUBERT J. (1041-48) 

Res. 63 Cutter Mill Road, (.5 rout Neck, L. I., N. T, 
Bus. Creole Petroleum Cor])., 350 Fifth Avenue, 

New York 1, N. Y. 
Attorney 

O'NEAL, BIRCH D. (1938-46) 

Res. 211 Evans Street, Uainbrldge, Gn. 
Attorney at Law 

O'NEIL, ELDON H. (1942-46) 

Res, 57 Keith Avenue, Brockton, Mass. 
Bus. 106 Main Street, Brockton 22, Mass. 
Attorney 

O'NEILL, HARRY P. (1030-49) 

Res. 33 Peach tree Lane, Levittown, L. L, N. Y. 
Bos. %Louisville Bedding Co., 40 Worth Street, 

New York. N. Y, 
Representative 

O'NErLL. WILLIAM P. (1041-44) 

Res. 1227-53 Street, Brooklyn 10, N, Y. 

Bus. Spadea School for Investigators, 800 Mq- 

Carter Highway, Newark, N. J. 
Instructor 

(140) 



O'Reilly, Joseph a. (1943-45) 

Res. 7438 Pinehurst Ave., Dearborn, Michigan 
Bus. Ford Motor Company, 300O Schaefer Road, 

Dearborn, Michigan 
Staff Attorney 

O'ROURKE, LYLE P. (1932-33) 

Bus. MacCracken & O'Rourke, 1152 National 
Press Bldg, Washington 4, D. C. 

OSBORNE, TRACY R. (1941-45) 

Res. 4600 Pine Street, Omaha, Nebraska 

Bus. Softwater, Inc., 4105 No. 30th Street, 

Omaha, Nebraska 
President 

OSTEN, JACK J. (1935-42) 

Res. 19510 Musknka Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 
Bus. Lindner-Davis Co. (Allied Stores Corp.) 
East 13th Street & Euclid Avenue, Cleve- 
land, Ohio 
Security Officer— Investigator 

OSTENDARP, HERBERT R. (1943-46) 

Res. 728!) Kenwood Road, Cincinnati 27, Ohio 
•Bus. 1009 Atlas Bank Bldg., Cincinnati 2, Ohio 
Lawyer 

OTTESEN, ROBERT G. (1942-46) 

Res. No. 3 Circle Drive, Belleville, 111, 
Bus. 7A Public Square, Belleville, 111. 
Lawyer 

OTTO, HOWARD S. (1942-46) 

Res. 1916 Delaware St., Saginaw, Michigan 
Bus. Otto & Otto, 311 Bearinger Building, Sagi- 
naw, Michigan 
Lawyer 

OVIATT, CLARENCE J. (1942-45) 

Res. 4927 East Park Drive, North Olmsted Ohio 
Bus. Oviatt & Oviatt, 802 Engineers Bldg., Cleve- 
land 14, Ohio 
Attorney at Law 

(141) 





OVIATT , PERCIVAL D„ JR. (1042-45) 

lies. 077 Allen's Creek Road, Rochester, N. T. 
Bus. 1252 Lincoln Alliance Bank Bids., Rochester 

4, N. Y. 
Attorney— Oviatt, Gilman, O'Brien & Forman 

OWENS, DON G., JR. (1041 44) 

Res. 1631 Airways Blvd., Memphis, Term, 

Bus. 1001 Columbian Mutual Tower, Memphis, 

Tenil. 
Attorney 

OWENS, W. WROE (1042-45) 

Res. 2,711 Hartford Bond, Austin, Texas 

Bus. 828 LiUlefleLd Bids., Austin Texas 
Attorney 



PANSZE, ABTTIUB J. (1941-45) 

lies. XiUi Cherry, Pine Bluff, Ark. 
Bus. 121 W. Rth, I'ine Bluff, Ark. 
Service Station Owner 

PARKER, CECIL F. (1941-45) 

Bes. 1729 S. 25th St., Lincoln, Nebr. 
Bus. 722 Stnnrt Bldg., Lincoln, Nebr. 

Attorney 

PARKER, CLARENCE A. (1917-20) 

Bes. 4444 Lockwood Ave., Los Angeles 27, Calif. 
Bus. U.S.M.C., Barstow, California 

Security 

PARKER, FRANCIS P. (1030-45) 

Bes. 2101 Len noil Road, Grosse Pointe Woods 30, 

Mich. 

Bus. Hoibaush Motor Sales, Inc., 10000 Charle- 
voix, Detroit. 14, Michigan 

General Mgr. Ford Dealership 

PARKER, FREDERICK L. (1922-26) 

Res. 1835 K Street, N.W., Washington, D. C. 
Bub. Economic Cooperative Admin., 800 Con- 
necticut Ave., N.W., Washington, D. C. 
Security Officer 

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PARKINSON, ALAN L. (1940-45) 

Res. Sierra Paracaima 615, LoniaH-Barriiaeo, 

Mexico D.F., Mexico 
Bus. Commission Mexico-American a para la 

Erradleacion de hi Fiebre Aftosa. Valla rta 

1, Mexico D.F., Mexico 
Investigator 

PARRIOTT, WM. W. (1940-42) 

Bus. Office of the PM, GHQ FEC APO B00 % 

PM, San Francisco, Calif. 
Office of the Provost Marshal 

FARRISH, GEORGE T. (1942-47) 

Res. 4322 Georgia Court, Cincinnati 23, Ohio 
Bus. Pontine Division of General Motnrn, KMT 

Federal Reserve Hank Rldjr., Cincinnati 2, 

Ohio 
Parts & Accessory Merchandising Manager 

PARSON'S, EDWIN C. (1921-23) 

Res. 513 Siesta Road, Sarasota. Fla. 
U. S. Navy B< -serve 

PATTOX, FRANCIS L. (1942-45) 

Res. Leesbtirg, Vn. 

Lawyer, Wholesale Distributor 

PEA ROE, OWEN C. (1041-44) 

Bes. 719 North 40t.li, Fort Smith. Ark. 
Bus. Bland. Kiucannon & Bethel]. 201) Profes- 
sional Bids., Fort Smith. Ark. 
Attorney at Law 

PEARCY, JOHNSON L. (1940-47) 

Res. 4962 Tnrker Ave., St. Louis 9, Mo. 

Bus. 010 Commerce Bids., 418 Olive St., St. Louis 

2, Mo. 
Attorney at Law 

PEDDKR. ROBEBT J. (1942-44) 

Bes. B.F.D. 1, Box 312, Lafayette, Calif. 
Bus. Stanley Pedder & Kenneth Ferguson, 40Ii 
Montgomery Street, San Francisco I. Calif. 
Attorney at Law 

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PEDEN, PHIL a'J4a-4(i) 

Res. 3727 Albans lid., Houston 5, Texas 

Rus. Pedeii and Stevens (Attorneys) . Citssens 

State Rank Bidg., Houston 2, Texas 
Ijiiwyer 

PEETRIS, HARRY V. (1942-45) 

Hex. 'Will So. Haas Avenue, Low Angeles 11. Calif. 
litis. 264 E. 22nd St., San Pedro, Calif. 
Mamifjer & Owner of Restaurants 

I'KLL, WILBUR F., Jit. (1042-45) 

Res. 414 West Washington St., Shelby vllle, Intl. 
Hns. Methodist IJuililliijr. Nlielbyville, Indiana 
Attorney at Law 

PENDLETON, DONALD M. (1942-4(5) 

Res. ;j52(i Jones Street, Siou.v City IS, Iowa 
Rus. Sit) Davidson Rldg., Sioux City 111, Iowa 
Lawyer 

1'KNDLETON, FORREST C. (1011-20) 

Pes. 471)0 Arts HI., .New Orleans 22, La. , 
litis. r>:i2 Wliilney lildK., New Orleans ID. La. 
Investigations 

PKNN, ROBERT D. (1942-44) 

Res. 61.5 Broduriek, Sun Francisco 17, Calif. 
Rus. 315 Montgomery St., Suite 421, San Kran- 

eiseo, Calif. 
Insurance— Special Agent in Charge 

PENNINGTON, WELDON J. (1042-4G) 

Res. 24:«>-4Ik1. Avenue No.. Seattle 2. Washington 
Rus. Touche, Niven, P.itilcy tt Smart, 1411 Fourth 

Avenue Rldtf., Seattle 1, Washington 
Certified Public Accountant 

PEPPLE, GEORGE L. (1042-45) 

Res. 102 Cra-Roy Drive, Goshen, Indiana 

Hub. Stonex Building, 134 N. Main St., Goshen, 

Indiana 
Attorney 

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PERRIN, CHARLES E. (1940-47) 

Res. 6230 N. Kenroore Ave., Chicago 40, 111. 
Bus. 20 N. Waeker Drive, Room 1864, Chicago 8, 

111, 
Special Representative 

PERRY, HAROLD M. (1042-45) 

Res. 100 Canoe Rrook Parkway, Summit, N. J. 
Run. Colgate Taltnolive J'eet Co., lOfi Hudson 

Street, Jersey City, N, J. 
Personnel Manager 

PERRY, NELSON (1034-46) 

Res. Ill) Gibson Road, Louisville 7, Ky. 

Run. Department of Revenue, Stale Office Hldg., 

Frankfort, Ky. 
Direetor Field Division 

PERRY, PHILIP V. (1042-40) 

Ites. UTS Kent Ave., P.ridgeport, Conn. 

Rus. Economy Construe! ion Co., lr'KW Fairfield 

Avenue, Bridgeport (5, Conn. 
Builder 

PESANIO, DANIEL W. (1042-4S) 

Res. r> Home ltd., Hatboro, Pa. 
tins. Fonl Mel or- Co., Chester Assembling Plant, 

Chester, Pa. 
Plant Protection Manager 

PETERS, W. EDMUND (1930-3.1) 

Run. Internal ioiial llefugee Organisation, Palais 
Wilson, Rue des Palais, Geneva, Switzer- 
land 
Al l.ontey — Admin. Asst, 

PETERSEN, ELMO F. (1942-47) 

Res. »r>0 10. Merchant Street, Kankakee. Ill, 

Rus. ol 2 City National Hank Rldg., Kankakee, 111. 

Attorney at Law 

PETERSON, ERIK G. (1931-34) 

Res. 2238 Troott Rd., Houston, Texas 

Run. r>01-7 Chronical Rldg., Houston 2, Texas 

Oil and Real Estate 

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PETERSON, REUBEN B. (1&S0-41) 

Res. 1502 Pinewood Street, Falls Church, Va. 
Bus. U. S. Government, Washington, D. C. 
Investigator 

PETERSON, ROBERT A. (1940-43) 

Res. P. O. Box 5M, Miami Beach, Fla. 
Lawyer 

PETERSON, VIRGIL W. (1030-42) 
Res 30C Nuttall Road, Riverside. 111. 
Bus. Chicago Crime Commission, 70 West Mon- 
roe Street, Chicago 3, Illinois 
Operating Director 

PFEIFER, SIDNEY B. (1817-19) 

ttes. 35 Richmond Ave., Buffalo 2, N. Y. 
Rub. 504 Morgan Bldg., Buffalo 2, N. Y. 
Attorney 

PHILIPS, GORDON A. (1941-46) 

Res 4S South Hermitage Ave., Trenton 8, N. J. 
Bus. J. Albert Homan, 1414 Trenton Trust Bldg., 

Trenton 8, N. J. 
Attorney 

PHILLIPS, JOHN W. (1941-45) 

Res. 100(1 Everest Street, Forest Estates, Silver 

Spring, Md. 
rtih Enforcement Branch, Office of International 

Trade, Tempo "T" Bldg., Washington, 

D. C. 
Chief, Investigations Branch 

PHILLIPS, R. GARRETT (1941-47) 

Res. 2021 Noble Avenue, Springfield, 111. 
Bus. 229 Vj S. 0th Street, Springfield, 111. 
Lawyer 

PHINNEY, WILLIAM L. (1036-38) 
Res HF.D. 2. Mnnehester, N. H, 
Huh. Sheehan, Phinney & Bass, 922 Elm Street, 

Manchester, N. H. 
Attorney at Law 

(14«) 



PHtPPS, CHARLES A. (i942-4«) 

Res. 204 W. 6th St., The Dalles, Oregon 
Bus. Phipps & Phipps, Pioneer Bldg., 

Dalles, Oregon 
Lawyer 



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PICKARD, JOSEPH L. (1942-45) 

Res. 809 West Washington Avenue, Kennett, Mo. 
Bus. Strlegel Auto Company, 500 First Street, 

Kennett, Mo. 
Secretary — Treasurer 

PICKERING, SAMUEL F. (1936-40) 
Res. Yaesu Hotel, Tokyo, Japan 
Bus. Criminal Investigation Laboratory, Eighth 

Army, A. P.O. 181, % PM San Francisco, 

Calif. 

PI1DPER, N. J. L. (1934-45) 

Res. Apt. 51), 1S0 Prospect St., East Orange, N.J. 
Bus. National Surety Corp., 4 Alhnny Street, New 

York 6, N. Y. 
Manager of Claims 

P1KRCE, C.BORC.E E. (1939-46) 

Bus. Diamond Match Company, 318 South Michi- 
gon Avenue, Chicago 4, 111. 

PIERSON. WILLIAM L. (1930-33) 

Res. 346 Holcomb St., Hartford, Conn. 
Bus. Office of Commissioner of Welfare, Division 
of Public Assistance, 165 Capitol Avenue, 
Hartford 15, Conn. 
Exec. Accountant 

PIQN1UOLO, PASQUALE (1909-19) 

Res. 71 Rockland Ave., Yonkers 5, N. Y. 

Bus. Natl. Bd. of Fire Undwrts., 85 John Street, 

New York 7, N. Y. 
Special Agent 

PIKE, ALBERT H. (1912-19) 
Res. Kntonah, N. Y. 

Bub. 85 John Street, New York 7, N. Y. 
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PINE, WILLIAM C. (1842-45) 

Res. 275 N. Washington Ed., Lake Forest, 111. 
Bub. Lake Forest University, Lake Forest, 

Illinois 
V. P. — Public Relations 

PIPER, KENNETH M. (1036-43) 

Res, 3400 West Was hi tit' ton Blvd., Chicago, III. 
PTRN1E, THOMAS TL (1037-48) 

Res. 320 22ud St., N.E., Cedar Rapids, Iowa 

litis. Barnes, WiidKworth, Elderkin & Locher, 
til!) lligley Bldg., Cedar Rapids, Iowa 

Attorney at L«w 

PITTMAN, FRANK S., JR. (1041-45) 

Res. 5071 Washington Blvd., Indianapolis 5, Ind, 

Bus. City Coal & Coke Co., Box 203, Fort Wayne, 

Indiana 

PITTMAN, HAY A., JR. (1941-45) 

Bus. 135 E. 42 Street, 24th Floor, New York 
N. Y. 

PLUNKETT, PAUL M. (1034-37) 

Res. 11501 Monticello, Fvunwton, ]]], 

Bus. MeMah»n & Plunked:, 11 South La Salle 

St., Chicago 3, 111. 
Lawyer 

POKORNY, WILLIAM II. (1941-46) 

Res. H059 S. Bishop St., Chicago 20, III. 

Bus. Sterling Lumber & Supply Company, 11900 

S. llalsted St., Chicago 28, 111. 
Secretary — Treasurer 

POOL, C. R. (1941-45) 

Res. lOfi West 5(>tll Street. Xew York, X. Y. 
Bus. National Assoc, of Manufacturers, 14 West 

49th Street, Xew York 20, N. Y. 
Asst. to the Treasurer 

POOLE, JACK C. (1042-46) 

Res. 2836 Malcolm Ave., Los Angeles 34, Calif. 
Bus. O. E. Smith, Suite 808, 650 So, Spring St 

Los Angeles 12, Calif. 
Public Accountant 

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POORE, ALLAN R. (1940-44) 

Res. 1704 Drexel, Dearborn, Mich 

Bun. Kaiser- Frazer Corp., Willow Run, Michigan 

Labor Relations Representative 
POORMAN, EDWIN B. (1042-40) 

Res. 044 Andres Averse, Coral Cables 34, Fin 
1S - SesVS. "^ ^Han/corV 

Attorney and Director of Finance 
POWRIE, MALCOLM «. (1942-40) 

Res. (5320 No. Berkley Bird., Milwaukee 11 
wise. 

B,,S ' StrePt C M Z , M °, t0rS C °- ™° N »' J^-O" 
street, Milwaukee 2, Wise 

Vice President and Treasurer 



PRATER, JOHN E. (1940-44) 



Res. 1070 East Elnnvood Ave.. Burbauk, Calif 
Bus. Pollard & Prater. Sulle 712. 215 West Fifth 

Street, Los Angeles 13, Calif 
Attorney at Law 

PRATT, WALTER F. (1941-46) 

Res. 1064 Ouimi St., Jackson, Miss 
Bus. Southern Farm Knreau Casualty Ins Co 

303 MameM-Madden P.M., Jackson, Miss " 
lice I'res. in Charge of Claims 
PRESCOTT, HERMON E. (1041-4(1) 

Res. Farmers Row, G.roton, Mas^ 
Bus. 15 Oliver Street, Fitehburg, Mass 
Initit and Wall Paper i» ( ,,ler- iMnil 
PHTCE, WALTER L. (1040-45) 

R«w. 1203 Southwest Avenue, Johuson citv , Tcn|] 
B.„. Price * Price, Arcade Building, Johnson 

* .ity. lemi. 
Attorney at Law 

PRIMM, BRUCE E. (1941-45) 

Res. 31 Beeehwood Drive, Packanack Lake N J 
Bus. National City Bank of N. y, 35 Wall Street,' 

New York 15, N. Y. 
Banking 



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PROCTOR. JOHN P. (1942-45) 

Res. 9 Penrose Blvd., Colorado Springs, Colo. 
Bus. 318 Mining Exchange Bldg., Colorado 

Springs, Colo. 
Certified Public Accountant 

PROCTOR, NORBERT E„ JR. (1942-44) 

Res. 31515 E. 12th Place, Tulsa 12. Okla. 
Bus. Sunray Oil Corp., 1001 Philtower Bidg., 

Tulsa, Okla. 
Attorney 

PROUT, WILLIAM C. (1941-43) 
Res. 872 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

PROVINSE, DAVID A. (1941 44) 

Bus. Montana Claims Adjustment Bureau, 308^4 

Central Avenue, Great Falls, Montana 
Attorney 

FRUYN, ROBERT C. (1943-45) 

Res. 5331 Central Avetute, Indianapolis 5. Indiana 
Bus. 709 E. 38th Street, Indianapolis 5, Indiana 
Claims Attorney 

PRYOR, JOHN F. (1935-41) 

Res. 44 Norgate Road, Manhasset, New York 
Bus. 421 Seventh Avenue, New York 1, N. Y. 
Investigator 

PUGH, ROBERT T. (1940-44) 

Res. 614 So. St. Andrews Place, Los An galea 6, 

Caltf. 
Bus. Thoroughbred Racing Protective Bureau, 
649 So. Olive Street, Los Angeles 14, Calif. 
Representative 

PURDY, CLARENCE F, (1040-45) 

Res. 507 West Charles St„ Bucyrus, Ohio 

Bus. Kennedy, Kennedy & Purdy, Washington 

Square, Bucyms, Ohio 
Attorney at Law 

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PURVIS, MELVIN (1927-35) 

Res. Cherokee Road, Florence, S C 

Bus. Radio Station WOLS, 129 S.' Dargan Street 

(P. O. Hox 789), Florence, H. C. 
Owner & Operator and Attorney a t Law 



QUADY, WILLIAM T. (1943-44) 

Res. 1832 Dupont Ave. No., Minneapolis, Minn 
Bus. Minneapolis Police Dept., Minneapolis Minn 
Asst. License Inspector 

QUIGLEY, FRANCIS J. COL. (1919,20) 

Res. 35-47 164th Street, Flushing, h. I„ n. Y. 
Bus. TJ. S. Army, 39 Whitehall Street, New York 
N Y. 

QUINLAN, GERALD S. (1942-44) 

Res. 4719 Mandeville St., New Orleans 22, La. 
Bus. 416 Whitney Bldg. New Orleans 12, La. 
Attorney at Law 

QUINN, ANDREW J. (1938-44) 

Res. 2052 Sherwood Road, Toledo 9, Ohio 
Bus. 312 Coiton Bldg., Toledo, Ohio 
Attorney at Law (Specializing in Labor Re- 
lations) 

QUINN, FRANK N. (1927-1930) 

Res. 622 Third St. SW„ Faribault, Minn, 
Bus. 301 Security Bank Bldg., Faribault, Mtim. 
Attorney at Law 

QUINN, VINCENT M. (1941-45) 
Res. 6 Kennedy St., Pittston, Pa. 
Bus. Gazette Bldg., 37 Broad Street, Pittston, Pa. 
Attorney 

QUINN. WILLIAM J. (1940-46) 

Res. 20235 Stratford Road, Detroit 21, Mich 
Bus. William J. Quinn Company, 763 Penobscot 

Bldg., Detroit 26, Michigan 
Industrial & Legal Investigations 





QUIRK, ROBERT J. (1942-46) 

Res. 5833 Maple Avcniic, Mission, Kansas 

Bus. Benclix Aviafioii Corporation, Kansas City 

Div., P. O. Box 1150, Kansas City, Mo, 
Security Director 



RAGSDALE, FREW T, (1941-45) 

Ilea. 2508 Shvunoy Prive, Ailiambra. Ciilif, 

Bus. U.S.A. F. (Office Special Investigations) H22 

Spec Depot, May wood, California 
Special Agent 

RAINOLP, ROBERT R. (1942-45) 

Res. 814 Lowerliue Street, New Orleans 18. La. 
Bus. Baldwin, Haspel & Molony, 1108 Richards 

Bldg., New Orleans 12, Ijsi. 
Attorney at Law 

RAMSAY. W. RUPERT (1043-45) 

Res. P. O. Box 605, Orandview, Mo. 

Bus. 133S Walnut Street, Kansas City (5, Mo. 

Attorney 

RAMSEY, ROBERT K. (1940-42) 

Res. 30« Grace Luue, Terrell, Texas 

Bus, Kaufman, Texas 

Attorney 

RANDAIJi, WILLTAM 11. (1927-28) 

Res, 621 E. Armour Boulevard, Kansas City 3, 

Mo. 
Attorney at Law 

RASBURY, JAMES T. (1942-47) 

Res. «12 Hilt Street, Independence, Kansas 
Bus. Siinray Oil Corp., Pliiltowcr Bldg., Tulsa, 

Okla. 
Director of Industrial Relations 

BATH, HARVEY E. (1942-46) 

Res. 97 Fairvlew Ave., West Ora-.ge, N. J. 
Bus. 200 Fifth Avenue, New York, K. Y. 
Toy Sales 

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RATTERMAN, FRED (1941-43) 

Res. 3529 Bureh Avenue, Cincinnati 8, Ohio 
Bus. IKK) Keith Building, Cincinnati 2, Ohio 
Lawyer and Accountant 

RAUCK, W. CORDON (1940-45) 

Res. 350 Pdrk.sinV Avenue, Ml, Lebanon, Pitts- 
burgh If!, I';i. 

Bus. Thorp, Bostwick, Reed & Armstrong, 2812 
Grant Bldg., Pittsburgh 19, Pa. 

Attorney at Law 

READ. JOHN C. (1942-46) 

Res, Rt. 4, Oats Drive, Dallas, Texas 

Bus. 1000 Main Street, 202 Fidelity Bid*-., Dallas 

2, Texas 
Attorney 

REARB-ON, B. SCOTT (1942-45) 

Res. 1525 S. 2nd Ave, Sioux Falls. R. D 

Bus. The Dakota Iron Store, 433 North Main 

Ave., Sioux Falls, So. Dakota 
Salesman 

REOOR, RALPH L. (11)42-47) 

Res. 17590 Cherryl.wn, Detroit 26. Mich 

Bus. Farm Cml: Bakeries, 5815 Russell St. 

Detroit. Mich. 
Sales Promotion 

REDMOND, ARTHUR (1941-47) 

Res. 117 Mount Pleasant Ave., West Orange 

N, J. 
Bus. 25 W. 43 St., New York, N. Y. 
Certified Public Accountant 

REDMOND. ROOOLPH H. (1934-37) 

Res. 11202 Pickford St.! Los Anodes 34, Calif. 

Bus. Robert Krost and Associates, 310 Security 
Building, Pasadena 1, Calif. 

Tax Consultant— Public Accountant 
REDPATH, HARRY S. (1924-28) 

Res. 6242-28th Ave., N.E., Seattle 5. Wash. 

Bus. 2204 Northern Life Tower, Seattle 1, Wash. 

Attorney at Law 

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REED, ROISKRT G. (1931- 3«) 

Kes. 522(i Oak Street, Kansas City 2, Mo. 

Bus. Stinson, Mag, Thomson, McEvers & Fizziell, 

1*01 First National Bant Bldg., Kansas 

City 0, M.O. 
Lawyer 

RUEDER, ROBERT A. (1941-44) 
Res. Troy, Kansas 
Bus. Reader & Reeder, Cordonier Building, Troy, 

KlltlEtlS 

Attorney at Law 

REILLY, ALBERT M. (1937-38) 

lies. 70 Ayers Court, West Englewood, N. J. 
Bus. Soeony-Vueuum Oil Co., 26 Broadway, New 

York 4, N. Y. 

KKINDL, JOHN W. (1942-45) 

Res. Rio Vista Motel, Menominee, Michigan 
Owner ami Manager of Rio Vista Motel 

RE1NBCKE, IIIOROLD H. (1925 30) 

Res. !>33 So. 21st Street, South Rend 15, Ind. 
Bus. Miotic Asphalt Corporation, 131 S. Taylor 

Street, South Bend 24, Indiana 
Vice President 

RliMMKRN. DOUCLAS B. (1!M2-4, r i) 

Ken, (iil S. Skliikor, St. Louis 5, Mo. 
I'.iik. ISoiitmciiw Bank Bldf,'., St. Lmiia 2, Missouri 
Lawyer 

UMNO, ROBERT H. (1941-44) 

Bus. 1 School St., Concord, N. II. 
Lawyer 

REYNOLDS, JIM D. (1034-40) 

Res. Buford Road, Bon Air, Va. 
Bus. Reynolds Metals Co., 301 10. (3 race St., Rich- 
mond, Va. 
General Personnel Director 

RHI'BNBEROER, JOHN H. (1942-47) 

Res. Bt.">() Rome Avenue, St. Paul 5, Minn. 
Bus. State of Minnesota, St. Paul 1, Minn. 
Special Assistant Attorney General 
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RIBAR, PETER A. (1842-47) 

Res. 1908 Filbert, San Francisco 23, Calif. 

Bus. Rogers & Clark, 111 Sutter Street, San 

Francisco 23, Calif. 
Attorney 

KICK. II. DOWNEY (1936-45) 

Res. 1H01 Irving Street, N.W., Washington It), 

I). C. 
Bus. 1025 Connecticut Avenue, N.W., Suite 200, 

Stonelight Court, Washington 0. D. C. 
Attorney 

RICHARDS, ROLAND 1'. (1911-4(5) 

Res. 123 Five Mile River Road, Dnrieii, Conn. 
Bus. Hartford Aeeidetit and liiileiunily Co.. TO 

Pine Street, New York 13, X. V 
Claim Manager 

RICHARDSON, ARCHIE J. (1941-44) 

Res. 9, r )2-22iid Ave., North, Seattle 2, Wash. 

RICHARDSON, ARTHUR W. (11)40-47) 

Kes. 45 I'ondfield Road West, Bronxville, N. Y. 
Bub. 20 So. Broadway, Yonkers 2, N. Y. 
Attorney 

RICHARDSON, HARRY M. (1042-4R) 
Res. 3110 Brookdulu, Oakland, Calif. 
Bus. Montgomery Ward, B. 14th, Oakland. Calif. 
Ileal Estate and Attorney 

RICHMOND, LLOYD H. (1034-41) 

Rch. 1715 Walnut St., Wilmette, III. 

Bus. Marshall Field & Co., Ill North Statu St., 

Chicago 1)0, 111. 
Manager Retail Employee Relations 

KIDDLE, ERNEST R„ JR. (1940-44) 

Res. 11X14 Kessler Parkway, Dallas, Texas 

Bus. Veterans Administration, 110, Santa Fe 

Building, Dallas, Texas 
Attorney 

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RIFFLE, PAUL E. (1041-46) 

Res. Box 261, Miford, Ohio 

Bus, War Crimes Defense, Judge Advocate 
Section, A. I>. O. 343 % PM, San Francisco, 
Calif. 
Defense Attorney — War Crimes 
Defense — Yokohama, Japan 

RINTA, EUGENE F. (193S-46) 

Res. 414 Fourth Street. Fairport Harbor, Ohio 
Bus. Room 246, Old House Office Bldg., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Investigator for Committee on Appropriation, of 
House of Rep. 

RIORDAN, ROBERT J. (1943-45) 

Res. £534 N. fiTth St., Wauwatosa 13, Wis. 

Bus. Milwaukee Sentinel, 123 \V. Michigan 

Street, Milwaukee 3, Wise. 
Reporter 

ROBERTS. CHARLES E„ .1 R. (1041-46) 

Ren. 141) Highland Avenue. Syr; M . :{, N. Y. 

Huh. Mackenzie, Siiiidi & .Mitcliell, S21 Onondaga 

County Savings liank Bldg., Syracuse, 

N. Y. 
Lawyer 

ROBERTS. H. EUGENE (1929-37) 
Res. Kannb, Utah 
Attorney — Realty Broker 

ROBERTSON, W. JAMES (19(2-46) 

Res. 1982 S. Tuxedo Ave., Stockton, Calif. 

Pus. First Stockton Office American Trust Co., 

2fi N. Rjin Joaquin St., Stockfon, Calif. 
Ranker — Public Relal ions— Business Develop- 
ment 

ROBINSON, HAROLD O. (19.1t 411 

Ren. 2030 Illinois Avenue. Sanla Rosa. Calif. 
Bus. Box 398, Santa Rosa, Calif. 
Owner's Representative 
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RORINSON, JOEL CHAPMAN (1935-41) 
Res. 319 Sylvester Place, Elmira N Y 
Bus. Harris, MeHenry & Baker c^., Lumber & 
Building- Supplies, 321 Pennsylvania Ave- 
nue, Elmira, N. Y. 
Vice President 

ROBINSON, JOHN COLIN (1941-46) 

Res. 5S Marliiioiifli Hi reet. Garden City N V 

tins. Itol.iiiHon-«ji- I,,,,, T;t n Ya nkl'in 'street 

New y„rk i;^ j\j. y 
President 
ROBINSON, WILLIAM A., JR. (1940-44) 

Res. 9506 Nnwell Drive, BH.hesda 14, Md. 
ROCHESTER. J. EARL (1942-4(5) 

Res. 5027 Knox Street, Philadelphia 44, pa 
Bus. The Ohio Casualty Insurance Co., 1616 Wal- 
nut Street, I'hiladeiphia 3, Pa. 
Manager Bond Dept. 

ROCKWELL, IIOBART If. (1941-47) 
Res. Keystone Hotel, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Rus. 1315 (Jenesee Bldg., Buffalo, N. Y. 

ROGERS, PHILIP (1924-26) 

Res. 940 Sheridan Ave., Bronx, N. Y 
Bus. Samson Ship Supply Co., 50 ' Jay Street 
New York 13, N. Y. " ' 

Treasurer 

ROLLER, WILLIAM L. (1940-45) 

5™' f t , N n Hh Bowma,1 Ave "»G- Danville, Illinois 
Bus. 414 lemide Building, Danville, Illinois 
Attorney ut Law 

ROMANO, JAMES (1942-46) 

Res. 3C Garden Terrace, North Arlington N J 
Bus. Frederick Loeser & Co., Inc., 484 Fulton 

Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Protection Manager 

RONAN, JOSEPH F. (1941-45) 

Res. 8601 Rosalie Ave., Brentwood 17, Mo 
Bus. Savage Arms Corp., Chicopee Fails, Mass. 
■District Safes Representative 
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ROONEY, JOHN F. (1941-41!) 

Res. 325 Montgomery Ave., Laurel, Md. 
Bus. C. I. G., Washington^ D. C. 

ROONEY, WILLIAM JAMES (1037-41) 

Rps. 2927 Valentine Ave., New York 58, N. Y. 
Rns. 217 Broadway, New York 7, N. Y. 
Attorney and Counsellor nt Law 

RORER, WTLLTAM A. (1020-37) 

Res. 1208 Rawson Jlrive, Albany, C,a. 

Rns. Colonial Dairies, Inc., Rox 451, Albany, iia. 

]):iirym:ni, Planter & Electrical Apps. 

ROSE, GEORGE W. (1042-47) 

Res. 2717 Observatory Avenue, Cincinnati 8, Ohio 
Iius. 35 E. Seventh Street, Cincinnati 2, Ohio 
Alt.omey- The Kroger Co. 

ROSEN, DONALD A. (1943-45) 

Res. 0232 Airdrome Street, Los Angelas 35, Calif, 
Iius. 407 Van Niiys UUlg-, 210 W. Seventh St., 

I. os Angeles 14, Calif. 
Lawyer 

ROSENIIAUM. RANDOLPH R. (1942-40) 

|{e*. 435 West Din-ham St., Philadelphia 10, Pa. 

Una. C ii nip Creylnck for Roys, Reckot, Mass,, 1 

Mndisoti Avon up, Now York, N. Y. 
Camp Director 

ROSS. HOWARD V, (1041-44) 

Res. 03 Wnverly Avenue, Rronxville Manor, 

Tuckahoe 7, N. Y. 
Hus. Simpson, Thaeher & Bartlett, Room 3250, 

120 Hroartwiiy, New York 5, N. Y, 
Lawyer 

ROSS, ROBERT T, (1034-44) 

Res. 15033 Woodland Drive, Dearborn, Michigan 
Rita. The Ford Motor Company, 3000 Sehaefer 

Road, Dearborn. Michigan 
Department Director 

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ROSS, STANLEY W. (1942-46) 

Res. 036 Ravine Drive, Cleveland Heights, Ohio 
Bus. General Electric Company, Nelu. Park, 

Cleveland 12, Ohio 
Industrial Relations 

ROUSE, ARTHUR B., JR. (1941-44) 

Res. 1403 Fontaine Road, Lexington £8, Ky. 
Rns. 139 Market Street, Lexington, Ky. 
Attorney at Law 

ROUSSEAU, CLEMENT V. (1042-47) 

Res. Rox 421, New Canaan, Conn. 
Bus. Dun & Bradstreet, 225 Broadway, New 

York, N. Y. 
Manager — Latin American Offices 

ROWLES, DALE T. (1942-45) 

Res. 6122 No. Nnper Avenue, Chicago, 111. 
Rns. War Assets Administration, Com pi ia nee 
Enforcement Div., P. O. Box S07, Chicago 
90, 111. 
Special Agent 

ROWLEY, JAMES J. (1037-37) 

Res. 600 Tewkesbury PI., N.W., Washington, D. 

C. 
Bus. U. S. Secret, Service, Washington, D. C. 
Supervising Agent — White House Div. 

RUANE, JOHN J. (1942-46) ' 

Ilea. 4331 Albemarle St., N.W., Washington, D. C. 
Bus. MeComba Insurance Agency, 1510 IT St., 

N.W., Washington, D. C. 
Insurance Salesman 

RUREN STEIN, SIDNEY S. (1934-46) 

Res. 1337 Fort Stevens Drive N.W., Washington 

11, D. C. 
Bur, Office of Special Investigations, The In- 
spector General, HQ. United States Air 
Force, The Pentagon, Washington 25, D, C. 
Colonel U. S. A. F.— Commandant, OSI Training 
School 

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RUBY, G. RUSSELL (1042-47) 

Res. 517 Kankakee St., Muskogee, Okia. 
Bus. 409 Commercial Natl. Bldg., Muskogee, Ok- 
lahoma 
Attorney at Law 

RUCKS, BERNARD W. (1.942-455) 

lies. 1.1252 I'ickfonl Street, Lon Angles 34, Calif 
Business Consultant 

RUBER, SAMUEL A. (1929-31) 

Res. 2K555 W. Kosemoiit; Avenue, Chicago 47, ]]|. 
Bus. City of Chicago, Dept. of Welfare, 25 So. 

Damon Avenue, Chicago 12, 111. 
Social Worker— Director, RcKotirce I>iv. 

RUGGLES, JOHN R., JR. (1936-45) 

Res. Stone Mill Road, Knoxviile in, Tenn. 
Bus. Fulton Sylphoit Co., Kingston Pike, Knox 

ville, Tenn. 
Awst. to Y.i*. 

(Mfg. of Tljennostii tic Con (vols) 

RUSSELL, LEWIS F. (1042-17) 

lies. 1X07 X. Oarrelt Ave., 1 (alias, Texas 

Bus. 1111 Repnhlie ] illlik llldg., Dallas, Texas 

Attorney iii, Law 

RUSSELL, LOUIS J. (1937-44) 

Res. 1218 Perry N.K., Washington 17, I), C. 
Bus. Un-American Activities Coram., 53(i 01(3 

House Offiee Iildg., Washington, 1>, C. 
Investigator 

RUSSO, STANLEY R. (1941-47) 

Res. 19 West K2nd Street, New York, N Y 
Bus. (13 Willi Street, New York, N. ' Y. ' 
Attorney 

RUTZEN, ARTHUR C. (19355-42) 

Res. 5109 Lafayette Street, Hnffnlo, N. Y. 
Bus. Rudolph Wurlirzer Company, No. Toua- 

wanda, N. Y. 
General Export Sales Manager 
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RirrssER, Bernard ,t hod 4 ~ ) 

£■«. S300 B,,,e m.i^ K,,., nU-UuL Mm 

l.u„. Imh.»tri„l Warehouse Corp., Railway Ex- 

fJiange BLlg., Kansas City, Mo 
Attorney 

RYAN, JACK T. (1941-47) 

Res, BHU N . Greenview, Chicago, III. 

R«8. ton, 20055 Insurance Exchange, 175 W 
Jackson, Chicago, 111. 

IiiBiiramre Broker 
RYAN, JOHN 1*. (1941-40) 

Re*. 44* Ashland Avenue. SI 

J'rivate Investigator 
RYAN, LOWELL U. (1042-44) 

Res. .1070, Lake, Cleveland 1, Ohio 

Ma.n- ,i V"! 1111 " 1 '!" JUtIir - C,(,wl "»J I"*. Ohio 

Ji.ni.i^jiiw; Director -Trade Assuc. 

Kl'IIN, ARTHUR M. (1940-45) 

£;;;• S i? ^™ H, ° Ave - Moi,ter ^ i,ari <. c«m. 

Se< unty feei-vK-t? Agency 



fcARO, ARTHUR I, (1910-43 & 1940-47) 
Res. Delaware Road, Riegebville, Pa 
litis. Railway Express Agency 

SACKK'I'T, 11. HIDVI.N (1029-41) 

"l''«. 2S W. El,„ direct, Greenwich, Conn. 

K ':; , ': ,hvl11 K; "' k " lt <*">].«»>-. Management 
Engineering, H95 Madison Avenue, New 

NADLKR. LEON V., jr. (1042-45) 

Res. Canidei], Alabama 
Attorney 

SALTSMAN, RTCIIARl) T. (1931-33) 

, ™ B „ i y Ve " t MiU[l St - C-rrolltoi., Ohio 
Liis. 18 West Main St., Carrollton, Ohio 
Attorney 

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SAMMIS, GORDON C. (1941-44) 

Res. 26 Oakland Ave, Huntington LINY 
Bus. McColt, & Hold, 30 Wall Street,' New York. 

Lawyer 

SANDERS, WAYNE A. (1935-30) 

Kes. ;m X. Vulenri;, i )Pm Albn^eniue, N,w 

Mexico 
»'|R. VHer:,„ w A.lnihilMnitloii. 11H N. 3rd Street 

Albinjiierqne, N,. w Mexico 

ANSJNitlllt AI;l||.|(r,, r 

SATRR, MAX E. (1943-46) 

Res. 424 S. Kiiolildrt Kt., SI Hlwator, Okla 

liuo. 210 Stillwater National W,]g., Stillwater 

okln. 
Attorney nt Law 

SA1.IX, HIKJAR J, (193S-4<!) 

lies. -li*:S-l Canal, New Orleans is. j jfl . 

Huh. The Item Co., J,,,.., 7T2 | (l ,i ( , n Sf N(nv n 

h'atlH 12, La. 

Officii Mil n »gor 
SAVAGE, HKNRY E. (int2-4K) 

!;;;*■ "! (, ^»? vw ' Htr,i " t - roif:uc - w nfl hii. w t.n., 

HiiN. Lnloli.-tte & Savage, oi,l Nnflonn] Hank 

HuiMing, Colfax, Washington 
Attorney 

RAVAGE, JOHN F. (1042-45) 

Res. :«)2(| x,». Summit Ave. Mihvnnkee 11 Wise 
I. US. MHI.T Hrewing Company, O.'i!) No. 41) Rtree! 
Milwaukee S. Wise. ' 

Asst. General Counsel 

ravage, john w. (1937-41) 

Res. 201? Ohnmhcrliiyne Ave., Richmond Va 
ItiiH. Frideu (InlciilatliiB Machine Co., 4 North 

«1h Street, Richmond 19, Va. 
Sales 

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SAWYER, LE WIS E. (1017 24) 

Bc * ^wir; P w ° tf A r< Whitefl8h ^ 

t.„«. m, ( ' °- Milwaukee) 

L« 8 . rho Falk Corporation, 3001 West Canal 

Street, Milwaukee 8, Wise 
Investigator ' 

SAWYER, WILLIAM E. (W2-4&) 

^ 18 Russe.l Road. Fa i w ?od? W . J. 

J" '" New \ JOh,W . 0n ' «*««* & Hamilton 

.Ms., New Brunswick, N J 

Director of Education ' " 

SAXON, HUN GLENN (101 7 ." 0) 

l" of £ 5 * ™' Nnw lrnw ». Conn. 

I rof. oi Ki-otiomicB-YaK, University 

SA.VTON, RICHARD C. (1!)4<>-4,S) 

.'!;;:■ i^rr- a --.^.s,, o. to 

(Controller 
SC.ANLOX. C. PATH, (lfM{MS) 

Res. T r.l ! Newtonvillo Avenne, Newton 58. Ma 8S 

* , ; 1 S 1 ri!> ,,ff c °- Ros,(>,, > »"-- 

SCHAUMTWRflKR, MAX M. (mi . W) 
<>*. M2!) Palmer A N < 7 ^ 

«»;_«ulto (El Whitney Wdg ., ^^1™,,^ 

Attorney & Counsellor at Law 
SCHKKKEN, CARLTON G. (1928-34) 

!«»». U. S^Army, The Pentagon, Washington £ 
Judge Advocate 
RCHERMERHORX, AUGUSTUS P. (1M ,. W| 
«•■». «.l I-ilM.l] B Walk, Fal.s Chnre, v fl 
«-■ *-"r™i Intelligenee Agency, Washington, 
Attorney 

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SCHIEDERMAYER, PHILIP L. (1942-48) 

Res. 5117 North t:iiiiU«.rl„,K| Rlvd.,^ Milwaukee 

II, Wist*. 
Bus. Robert W. Baird & Co., 110 E. Wisconsin 

A vi'., Milwaukee, Wise, 
Salesman 

SCI1MID, FREDERICK P. (1000-10) 

Res. 4H4 Chestnut Htrect, Needlnm, 02, Mass 
Retired 

SCHMID, WILLIAM J. <l!>42-4«) 

lira. 2<J4« l'jjMcojtKt Avenue, Cincinnati 1J, Ohio 
Hub. 150."i First .National Hank Bldg., 4tlj & Wnl- 

Mlit Streets, Cincinnati 2, Ohio 
Attorney at Law-AssL Comity Proaecufor 

SdlXKPP, KMMKTT J. (1042-45) 

Re.s. IK! Daley |ji V(Li ){„,.■,, , st|1 ,. f) x y 
Bus. 25 Exchange Hi. rw t, Rochester 4 N Y 

Allomey ' 

SCHOALKS, JOE IB. (m$l:il) 

Res. 240N li'in,8i„i, Aw.. Sim Francisco 16. Calif 
Los. California I >epL of j, 1H tW. 00U State liuil.L 
i"B, :«XJ McAllister Street, San Francis 
2, Calif, 
IllVCStlgalOr 

SCHOCII, ARCH KIBIU'ER m (1042-45) 

Iti'». 5WI Parkway, High Point, North Carolina 

i. i,.s. Professional HiiiitiiHg, hi k i, i. iia, No »-.,,.. 

olina 
Attorney 

SCHOKNECKER, KENNETH F. (1!)42-4r.) 
lies. Route 5, Wffcit Lend, Wise. 
Tavern H| 1( .r:i(or 

SCHUOIOUKIt, ADELF.ERT S. (1031-36) 

lies. Cedar Rd. & Bu«qu«4iHiiiin Ave.,' Ambler Pa 
Bus. The Pennsylvania Railroad Co., 1740 Broad 
Street Station Building, Philadelphia 4, Pa 
Attorney 

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SCHROEDER. HAROLD O. (1031-30) 

lies. 1228 West Blvd.. Cleveland 2', Ohio 

Bus. American Steel & wire Co., 614 W. Superior 

Avenue N.W.. C]evela„d 1,1 otii * 

Asfit General Aw-oBiHiuif Supervisor 

SCHRUTH, PETER E. (1042-45) 

.K,.«. It Jo«, n ,t,„ Avrtioe. n all K, lllHs(U r . tl[f 

■B-B. Curt™ Punching Co.. 2000 R,, KS B]a ,,, 23Q 

Mootgomc-ry Street, Kan Francisco, Calif 
Advertising ' v - iUJI - 

SCHUMACHER, HAROLD R (m3 4 ,, 

Res. 1670 Lake Drive, S.E., firand' RaU, „ teM . 

B " S " ™! *""•"*■"« ""■>'««».. National Bank 

HldR., Grand Rapids, Michigan 
Manager of Tax Department 

SCHWEICKR, VERNON J < 1<M o 4 r )} 

Res. 120 West 37th SL, Minneapolis, Minn 

Kiis. 548 Midland H ntl k j>„!ir l!l;„ 

Attorney Minneapolis, Minn. 

SCHWER. GEORGE A. (7942 44) 

Rns' fuZtl'T K ° ad ' B * Pi "*««*i «. Ohio 

Springfield IS, Ohio ^"h,-. 

Lawyer 

SCOFIELD. FREDERICK L. (1941-45) 

Res. 33 Bedford Rd., PleasantviHe, N Y 

Bus. 17 Battery Place, N(JW Tork 4 *' 

Lawyer— Gulf on Cort , ' ■ *■ 

SCOTT, DWIIJIIT H. (1942-45) 

Res. 31 Woodbine Avenue, Merrick N Y 

• ^f T v Bl8n,it Co ™i'-y. «» W. 14th 
Street, X (nv York 14, N Y 

Labor Relations " ' 

SCOTT, HARRY E. (1035-38) 

Res. 02 Van Giesen street, Richland, Wash 
B«s General Electric Co., Richland Wart' 
Employee Relations Head 

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SCOTT, JAMES H. (1942-4(5) 

lies, fallows Hill Road, I'eekskill, N. Y. 

Hub. KuBSt'U Mngoire, iJOO Filth Avmiuiv Now 

York IB, N. Y. 
Oil Business 

SCOTT, JOHN M. (1942-45) 

Res. 317 W. Cedar, Florence, S. C. 

Bus. 1WI-A North lroy Stmt, Florence, S. l\* 

Attorney 

SCOTT, NUKVKLL (). (1933-42) 

Res. lllfi X. Tilt St.. Aj 1 1. 33, Alexandria, Vn. 
Bus. Veterans Administration. Arlington HlilK-. 

Washington 25, 1>. C. 
Inspector — Investigator 

SCOVELL, MACE II. (1940-4(i) 

Res. Morton & Cresswcll Stn«ts, Ridley Park, 

I'll. 
Bus. Freedman, Lamly & Lorry, 1015 Chestnut 

Street, Philadelphia 7, Pa. 
Attorney 

SCUDDER, MILTON E. (1941-47) 

lies. P. O. Box 8(11, Port Blakely, Wash. 

Bub. The Texas Company, 31st and Atlantic Ave, 

Long Beach, Calif. 
Chemist 
SCULLY, CHARLES J. (1909-2(1) 

lies. 8312-JOth Aveiiuo, Brooklyn 28, N. Y. 

Bus. National Assn. of Credit Men, One Park 

Avenue, New York 1*5, N. Y. 
Director Fraud Prevention l>opt. 

SEA US, JOHN F. (1933-4f>) 

Res. WW S. 47th St., Philadelphia 43, Pa. 

Bus. 1429 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Director of Industrial Relations, I'ublicker In- 
dustries, Inc. 
SKATON. JOHN C, JR. (1042-40) 

Res. Seaton, ill. 

Bus. State Bank of Seaton, Seaton, Illinois 

Vice President— State Bank of Seaton; Attorney 
at Law; General Insurance 



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SEERY, WILLIAM F. (1921-38) 

Bus. 70 Pine Street, Room 1025, 
Investigations 



New York 5, 



SEIBERT, WILLIAM C. (1040-45) 

Re«. 86(52 Rosalie Ave., Brentwood 17, Mo 
Bus. 1218 Olive St., St. Louis 3, Mo. 
Attorney 

SELFRIDGE, CHARLES F., JR. (1942-44) 

Hes. P. O. Box 37S, New Haven 2, Omni. 
Bus. The Joseph & Feiss Co., 200 Fifth Avenue, 

New York 10, N. Y. 
Salesman 

SENNETT, WILLIAM C. (1041-45) 
Res. 12 Beaman St., Poult uey, Vt. 
Bus. Municipal Bldg., 46 Main Street, Poiiltncv 

Vt. 
Attorney nt Law 

SEVERS, CHARLES A. (1942-45) 

Res. 1355 Parsons Bldg., Whitest one, L. I., N. Y. 
Bus. Frank B. Hall & Co., Inc., 67 Wall Street 
New York 5, N Y. 

Treasurer 

SEWARD, LEE H. (1919-21) 

Res. 7H> Lamar St., Wilkiriehurg 21. Pa. 

Bus. U. S. Dept. of State, 417 Federal Building 

Box 644, Pittsburgh SO, Pa. 
Special Agent in Charge 

SHAFTNER, WILLIAM V. (1941-45) 
Res. 714 West Lockeford, Lodi, Calif. 
Bus. Wine Growers Guild— Guild Wines Lodi 

Calif. 
National Advertising Manager 

SHANAHAN, RICHARD P. (1934-36) 
Res. 6915 Valley Rd., Kansas City, Mo. 
Bus. 711 Commerce Bldg., Kansas City, Mo. 
Attorney at Law 

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SHANNON, WILLIAM E. (1942-44) 

Res. 6401 Maple Avenue, Chevy Chase 15, M<). 
Bus. Shannon & Luehs Co., 1505 H St., N.W., 

Washington 5, D. C. 
Real Estate 

SHARP, JAMES R. (1934-35) 

Res. 304N Norlli 1)1) in Street, Arlington, Va. 
Bus. Sharp & O'Connor, 11110 Vermont Avenue, 

N.W., Washington 5, 1). C. 
Attorney 

SHAW, WAYNE n. (1941-4B) 

Res, 524 Viilal Drive, San Francisco 12, Calif. 
Bus. Investigations Unlimited, Room 503, 1005 

Market St., San Frauciyco 3, Calif. 
Private Investigator 

SHEA, WILLIAM L. (1011-15) 

Res. 3100 Que St., N.W., Washington 7. It. C. 
Bus, Naval Command, OSS, Washington, D. C. 

SHEATA, CLARENCE II. (1943-45) 

Res. 8fifl3 Litzsinger Rtl., Brentwood 17, Mo. 
Bus. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, One 

Mudi.1011 Avenue, New York 10, N. Y. 
Field Training Instructor 

SIIEEDY, J. RAUL (1042-45) 

Res. 327 Burroughs Drive, Snyder 21, N. Y. 
Bus. Batten, Barton, Durstiiie & Osborne, Inc., 

1014 Rand Building, Buffalo 3, N. Y. 
Advertising 

SHEEKETSKI, JOSEPH L. (1042-45) 
Res. 1720 Circle Drive, Keno. Nevada 
Bus. University of Nevada, Reno, Nevada 
Director of Athletics & Read Fool hail Coach 

SHEER, MORRIS H. (1941-46) 

Res. «3fi0 Columbia Avenue, Philadelphia 31, Pa. 
Bus. Sanson, Sheer &. Sanson, 1218 Chestnut St, 

Philadelphia 7, Pa. 
Attorney at Law 

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SHELL, DAN H. (1940-45) 

Res. Druid Hill Drive, Jackson, Mississippi 
Bus. Snttcrtield, Ewing, and Hedgepeth, Standard 

Life Building, Jaekson, Miss, 
Attorney 

Sill LEY, JAMES B. (1934-42) 

Res. 423-Teiitli Street. Santa Monica, Calif. 
Bus. United Slates Air Force. 155 \V. Washing- 
ton St., Los Angeles. Calif. 
Investigator 

S1IINN, JOHN EDWARD (1042-45) 

Res. 47-12-100th Street, Flushing, N. Y. 

Bus. Keiiyon & Kenyon, 165 Broadway, New 

York 0. N. Y. 
Patent and Trade Mark Attorney 

SHIRLEY, MAX C. (1042-45) 

lies. 123.1 West Walnut Street, Kokoino, Indiana 
Bus. Arnistrniig-Lamloii Bldg., Kokoino, lnd. 
Attorney 

SHIVERS, ROBERT L. (1020-34) 

Res. 4401 Kahaln Ave., Honolulu, T. II. 

Bus. Treasury Dept., V. S. Collector of Customs, 

22S- Federal Huilding, Honolulu, T. II. 
Collector of Customs 

SILVER, DAVTD A. (1040-45) 

lies. 1145 Roselield Way, Menlo Park, Calif, 
lias. de-Young Building, San Francisco 1, Calif. 
Attorney 

SIMON, JOHN E. (1942-45) 

Res. 8722 Covington Ct„ Brentwood 17, Mo. 
Bus, Bardeiiheier Wine & Liquor Co., 1435 No. 

2d Street, St. Louis 6, Mo. 
Auditor 

SIMON, JULES C. (1942-44) 

Res. 549 AHyndale Drive, Stratford, Conn. 
Bus. 955 Main Street, Suite 410, Bridgeport City 
Trust Bldg., Bridgeport 3, Conn. 

Attorney at Law 

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SIMON, SAMUEL C. (1920-38) 

ItfN. iron E. Miller Ave., Orlando, Fin. 
Retired 

SIMONS, RICHARD H. (1932-43) 

Res. ,N7 River Street, Milford, Colin. 
Bus. Broad St., Milford, Conn, 

LlUV 

SINGE It, ROBERT C. (1918-19) 

Res. 1125 Florida St., Corpus Chrlsti, Texas 
Kiis. Estate of William Singer, 008 Driscoll Bldg., 

Corpus Christi, Texas 
Executor 

SISK, TOM II. 1929-40) 

Res, !HU San Pascual Avenue, Los Angeles 42, 

Calif. 
Hits. Hughes Aircraft Co., Culver City, Calif. 
Industrial Relations Director 

SLATE, HOUSTON II. (1942-48) 

Hex. 11M7 Twin Avenue, San Gjiliriel, Calif. 
Bus. ii:!i) South Spring St., 1115 LA, Slock K\- 
eha-.ge, Office Bldg., Los Angeles 11, Calif. 
Attorney 

SLATH1R, H. M. (1929-32) 

Res. 33!) Elm wood Avenue, Topekn, Kansas 
Bus. Slator & Slater, Attorneys, 20810 West 6Ui 

St., Topeka, Kaus. 
Lawyer 

SMITH, ADRIAN C. (1940 45) 

Res. Kilo Skyline Drive, I "it t whur^li 27, I'm. 
Bus. Aluminum Co. of America, 801 Gulf Bldg., 

Pittsburgh 19, I'a. 
Ailoi'iiey Labor Relations 

SMITH, ALEX, JR. (1934-38) 

Res. Fayette, Ala. 

Bus. Wright and Smith, Fayette, Ala. 
Attorney 

(170) 



SMITH, C. W. (1943-45) 

Res. 816 Garibaldi Avenue, San Gabriel, Calif. 
Bug. Security-First National Bank of L. A., 215 

W. 6th Street, Los Angeles, Calif, 
Asst, Trust Officer 

SMITH, D WIGHT M. (li)40-4fi) 

Res. 1215 W. Gregory Blvd., Kansas City, Mo. 
Bum. 1212 Dierks Bldg., Kansas Cily, Mo. 
Attorney 

SMITH, GILBERT A. (1942-40) 

Res. ,S25 Foxclale Avenue, Winnetka. Illinois 
Bus. Central National Bank in Chicago, Roose- 
velt Road at Halsted, Chicago 7, Illinois 
2d V. 1'.— Trust Officer 

SMITH, HAROLD A. (1935-42) 

Res. 1514 Bel Aire Drive, Glendale 1, Calif. 

Bus. 812 Rowan Bldg., 458 So. Spring Street, Los 

Angeles 13, California ' 
Attorney at Law— Assemblyman, State Legisla- 
ture 

SMITH, JAMES BURLESON (1941-43) 

Res. 60S Funslon Place, San Antonio !», Texas 
Bus. Seeligson, Cox, Patterson & Grant, 703 Na- 
ional Bank of Commerce Bldg., San An- 
tonio 5, Texas 
Lawyer 

SMITH, KENNETH A. (1942-44) 

Res. 300 South Sixth St., Watseka, III. 

Res. Bell & Smith, P. O. Box 151, Watseka, III. 

Attorney at Law 
SMITH, LEE A. (1942-45) 

Res, 5155 Franklin, Omaha, Nobr. 

Bus. Smith Texaco Service-, 25th & Dodge Sts., 
Omaha, Nehr. 

Service Station Operator 
SMITH, MONROE G. (1943-46) 

Res. Riverbank Rd., Stamford, Conn. 

Bus. Plastic Mfrs. Inc., 280 Fairfield Avenue, 
Stamford, Conn, 

Treasurer & Secretary 

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SMITH, PAUL V. (1942-46) 

Res. 308 North Fountain, Wichita, Kansas 
Bus. Coombs, smith & Shay, Oil Beacon Bldg 

Wichita, Kansas 
Attorney at Law 

SMITH, PERCY M. (1940-45) 

Res. 1304 Amherst Avenue, Richmond 22 Virginia 
Bus. Mitchell, Wiggins & Sinitli, 4U3 Kattt Frank- 
lin St., Richmond 14. Vn. 
Certified Public Accountant 

SMITH, RICHARD E. (1932-41) 

Res. 5023 Thrush St., Dal] els, Texas 

Bus. United Aircraft Corp., Chance Vought Air- 

craft Div., W. Jefferson P. o. liOK moi 

Dallas 1, Texas 
Supervisor of Plant Protection 

SMITH, RICHARD, WENDELL (194> 44) 

Res. 2045 "B" Street, Lincoln, Nebr. 
Bus. Woods, Aitken and Aitken, 402 Woodmen 

Accident Building, Lincoln, Nebraska 
Lawyer 

SMITH, ROSWELL E. <1934-4fi) 

Res. 714 Cumberland ltd,, N.E., Atlanta Oa 
Bus Rich's, Inc., 41 Broad Street, Atlanta,' Ga 
Protection Manager 

SMITH, WILLIAM A. (1931-37) 

Res. 350fi Concord Pike, Wilmington 28, Dela. 
H«". L, I. du Pout de Nemours & Co Ine 

Legal Dcpt., 10th & Market Streets Wil- 

muiEton 08, Dela. 
Attorney 

SMITH, WILLIAM ]\ (l'>4'>-47) 

Res. 1591 Maple R,|., Cleveland Height,, Ohio 
Bi.B. 143:* W. 25th Sin,,, Cleveland, (M.lo 
Civil Service Commission & <!,.„er«l S;li ,. s H ^ r> 

SMITHE, C. KIRBY (1034-43) 

Res. 644 Palo Verde ltd., Tucson, Arizona 
Insurance Agent 

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SNOW, BERT P. (1942-45) 

Res. 1716 W. Harrison St., FreepOrt, 111. 
Bus. 27% W. Stephenson St., Ereeport 111 
Lawyer 

SNOW, JOHN H. (1942-40) 

Res. S27N It Inine Avenue, Salt Lake City 5, Utah 
Hub. Jensen & Snuiv, 32 Kx.-haiige Place Bldg 

Salt Lake Oily 1, I'tah 
Lawyer 

SNYDER, FRANKLIN B. (1 942-4(1) 

Res. 2217 Ridge Ave., Evanston, 111. 
Bus. Pum. Hard & Reichmann, 231 South La 

Salle St., Chicago 4, 111. 
Lawyer 

SOLOMON, CHARLES M. (1940-45) 

Res. 112 Gleaview Ave., Wyncote, Pa 

Bus. 173a Hankers Securities Bldg., Philadelphia 

i, Pa. 
Attorney at Law 

SOWELL, A. WALDO, JR. (1042-44) 

lies. 24<S Garland Ave., Decatur (in 
Bus. 12U Cit, & Sou. Nat. Bank Bldg., Atlanta, 

Public Accountant 
SPEAR, MONT CLAIR (1030-42) 

Res. 13S52 Ylnt Avenue South, Seattle 88, Wash- 
ington 

Bus. 610 Jones Bldg., 1331 Third Avenue, Seattle 
1, Washington 

Attorney at Law 

SPEARS, ANDREW M. (1942-45) 

Res. 312 Emerson Street, Palo Alto, Calif 

Bus. Lakin, Hiimwell and Spears, Bank of 

American Building, Palo Alto, Calif 
Attorney 

SPEETER, ROBERT L. (1942-46) 

Res. 4801 Drew Avenue South, Minneapolis 10 

Minn. ' 

Bus. 1110 Builders Exchange, Minneapolis 2 
Minn, ' 

Attorney 





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SPENCER, ALBERT (1&42-4S) 

Res. 240 Alpine Place. Tuekalioe 7 N y 
Bus. Vi]J llg e of Tuckakoo, Poliro 'Department, 

-lutrkiihoe 7, X. Y. 
Liciitennjit of Detectives 

SPENCER. RTCHARD R. (1M4-2!,) 

lies. 010 TimbrirtR*, Road, Baltimore 12 M<1 

' iT'Zl V T ra ° f FhV """-writer;, &, 
.loJi ii St., New York 7, N Y 
Special Agent " ' 

RI'IONIfiR, A. KLKTCl.nu, JR. (1l)40 „ 43) 

««. 3WH Wihnot Ave,,,,,, Co.umL. S C 
Af'i'irnef W " f,,,, " fft(m *™< Col.unhia. S.' C. 

KPOLANNKY, JACOB (lOII-^) 

Kon. !©4 WVsl End Ave., N< w Tork N Y 

SI'ROW, RAYMOND P. (1041-43) 

Itt'S. 04 forest Street, Belleville ft N T 
IIiih. r-V,l..r»l Telephone & R Jidio r " ' 

KitiRshnul Road, Clifton N J 
L:il>»r Relations Manager ' " 

RTALCTTP. WILMAM O (134147) 

r»: T ™ ,B,,I " Bt « n Blvd., Oak Pnrk, Illinois 

Miect, fhir-ago. Illinois 
Divisional S:i]<>s Mjinnger 
^STANFORD, CARL E, (l»4->-4r,j 

r,«. jiffiiNiiia,],,,,, Av,n, ( ;c;>i„ mbllR2] olllo 

Attorney at Law 
STANLEY, JOHN P. (11)41-44) 

Chief, Research & Dev e ]op ment Lab8 
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STANTON, FRANK N. (194147) 

Res. 4011 Stevens Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 

director of Industrial Relations 
-STAPLES, WILLARD I. (1041-47) 

SLnT mVa, " t0ni I>Ctrolt 24 ' *'<■»««»« 

STAPLETON, NEWTON T. (i n3 1 3,S) 

?,?,' * U I Cw : fl 1 tto <« 1 . Wilmington « 7 , Del,,. 

J. .is- If, I dul'ont deNeinours & Co., Inc Am 

Z:iXT' ^ *>™ »""«■■ Wnn,| n ™ 
Industrial Relations 

STARR, (JKOROM J. (1020-2H & mr>-47> 

iS'n-S 00 M " tr ° 1)0lihl " A »'«- Bronx 02, N. Y. 

STARRETT, ANDREW W., JR. (mi _ 44) 

J-". ™« <'«1. W I11« n 01l<] . SUver Hprin- M„ 
I.iis. IrofcMionnl Bldg., Kockville MO 
Attorney at Law 

RTATrFKMn, ROYAL L. (1M2 -40) 

: «'«- K. I<\ I>. No. (5, Fort Way.efi, Indian, 
'"'"■ « «<<> of ,„,„„„„. lll(li „ Iin , ll i, " st;lto 

Hove, ni e, m Sonth M(l] . (] , ;m < 

'HX'Iis ft. Indiana '" 

Audi (or — Investigator 

STAVIC. A LP R. (1i)41-45) 

Ri'H- 410 Cnhrillo St Ant *{ <j.„, p 

Attorney at Law 

STEC-ER, HUGH L. (1041-40) 

Res. Xiin Norw:ilk. Dallas, Tex'is 
Huh. Sjoroy s«n«l MB , Sherrill & Arn 1S f roi.g 1218 
Repubhe Bank Bldg., D ;lIIas j Tos ^ 1J18 
Lawyer ' - Ll - AJ! > 

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STKLLK. ROY M, (i ( u 2 -*i) 

«,.„t. C <>"«*'". Austin 22. Texas iat) 

HTIfll-incNS, LEONARD 8. (m<Mr>) 

!&'«. Whitley City, Ky ^ 

!:;;:,;• °- ]s - *«. ***** a*, Ky . 
S: I K;;^r ,, r , ^ G r ivm '^-" 

Attorney 

lie* p n • U ' Wia <■■ (1030-32) 

iks. I. n. i:„ s lfKi WJ) 

j,ij, L "fn.. VI inter N;ivhi, 

Attorney & County Solictor 
STKRN, HK UNARM (1|RJ5. 4()) 

Iios. LB K„H t (Mth Street, New York »S N t 

MTKVK.VS GMOnOH A. < 1M(M0 ) 

Attorney - 

KTBWART. BIWJAR A. (ln , 2 . 4r)) 
K™. . O. «ox 475, Seln,,,, AI( 
Mis. JVtlus, Fuji,.,. r (vv , 1h »' „. 

Attorney 

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Ion, X. v iJ "" s <-«•• «o Ur,„i,i,„ Vi Kew 

JSiih. Mi<l (l let«>w lf *,.,: rJ I£l ^. K. Y. 
^'<°r ReJ,,Uo IIS ' Uh " C "' N - *■ 

HTIBWAKT, JOSEPH K T Jl ,, n . 

"«'*■ HUT, X Ni,,,,, , • 0838-U) 

( 'id if, ilm . N»s Angeles HH 

U O.-rlif. ' ^ M,v< ' ( > Los Annies 

Security CoiiNitlhiiiJR * r„ *■ 

Ii'vi'stigjitor 
N'l'lCKNlfly, HOWARD t 

«<*. 1820 Park Av" N (1942 -* 4 > 
1,l »- "'-HI lint] iv™ ?" b ' N " Y " 

BT1 Si» H SSi B £ ,™ , — > 

i^iwy l)r eU ' ^""eileii, N. J. 

-Texas lj, «ff., Houston 2 

Lawyer 

«f«,.l. Ww , a ;\ f ;, j '"J Wis North State 

Attorney at Law ' jroi " lw ^. Owato, tl( „; Mi UIi .' 

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STONE, REMINGTON (1934-35) 

Res. 321 13. Graudvlev, Sierra Madre, Calif. 

STONE, WILLIAM JOHN (1342-44) 

lies. 3405 Vista Ave., St. Louis 4, Mo, 

lius. Keftou Fibre I'iin <•„.. :y 7 j5 ].| K |[ ( . m] [!lv(1 

Kt. Louis, Mo. 
Purchasing Agent 

KTORCK, (3EOROE W. (1910-30) 

Res. 702 Klign Avenue, Silver Spring, Mil. 
Certified Public Accountant— Retired 

STOTTR, TIEN L. (1041-48) 

Res. 4 OS North (it.li SI net, Ctinlcn City, Kansas 
RllS. Mene Ornnde Oil Company, O.A., Apnrtado 

7(H), Caracas, Venezuela 
Evecul ive Department 

STOUDENMTRE, STH3RLTNO P., JR. (1043-4A) 

Ilns. 17-10 (J Kt., N.W., Washington 6, it. .C. 
Attorney 

STOVER, JOHN S. (101 7- IS) 

Res. '22 East Slttli Street, New York 28, N. T. 
Attorney at Law 

STRATTON, HENRY M, II (111-11-45) 

lies. 101S Ktuyvosnnt. Ave., Trenton, N. J. 
Raw. Hrst National Rank Rids,, Princeton, N. ,T. 
Attorney 

NTKEET, ILMtOLU M. (UMil-IT) 

Res. 2121-2 Apple Avenue. Muskegon. Mich. 

I'.iik. Street & Korenseii. Ml Muskegon Rhlg., 

Muskegon. Mirk. 
Altoruey si 1. Law 

STRORLE, MARVIN 13. (1041 -45) 

Res. 3021 South Moore, Olympia, Wash. 

Rus. Washington State Liquor Control Board, 

Olyinpin, Washington 
Member of Hoard 

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STRONG, GENU E. (1943-45) 

Res. 7527 Westmoreland Ave., Clayton 5, Miss- 
ouri 

Bus. Strong Heating Co., 721 Olive Street, St 
Louis 1, Mo. 

Heating Contractor 
SULLIVAN, DANIEL P. (1932-42) 

Res. *74 N. E. 110th Terrace, Miami 38 Fla 

Bus. 1048 N.E. 128 Ktwt, Miami, Florida ' 

Invest igator 

SULLIVAN, JOHN J. (1041-45) 

Res. 303 N. Main Street, Andover Mass 
Bus. C. I. (}., Washington, D. C. 

SULLIVAN, JOSEPH P. (1042-45) 

Res. 204(1 Superior St., Whiting, Indiana 
Bus. Standard Oil Co. (Indiana), Whiting In- 
diana 
Personnel & Labor Relations Supervisor 
KIILL1VAN. ItAV E. (1041-47) 

Res. 1'. O. Rox 10«5, Wcsthampton Reach, Long 

Island, N. Y. 
Rns. Arabian American Oil Co., Training Center 
Riverhead, L. I„ N . Y . (Mnln ofri(lps ln * 

Rept. of Personnel 
SULLIVAN, VINCENT L. (1940-43) 

Res. 3816 W Street, N.W., Washington 7 D C 
Bus. Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 811 
^ ermoat Avenue N.W., Washington 7 D C 
Investigator 

SUMMERIIAYK, HOWARD R. (1042-45) 

Res. 1«B Mlllcnw.lt Way, Salt Lake Citv, Utah 
Bus. J, W. Rumtnerhays & Sons Co., 481 So 3rd 

West, Salt Lake City, Utah 
Vice President 
SUMNER. LEONARD (1042-45) 

Res. 422- 10th Ave., Worthington, Minn 
Bus. R. O. Box 107, 222 Tenth Street, Worthing- 
ton, Minn. 
Attorney 

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SONbVAHL, H. K. ■■HAL- „ M1 .44, 

Bide., Tulsn, OkI„. Thompson 

Life Underwriter 

«"■ ™* .v™..l., g A,, 1U( , 1IllivppBfty CUy r) 

S*/;^r™ ,Aw,,m '- r, "^'^»- 

HHTTHN. ALV.N J.. JR. <„„,_„, 

^■Hi'll' Director 
BUTTON JOHN F, JR. (1W2 . W 

Jills P> ,v, ,> ^"^<'I'J. IcxilK 

X. 'sr^:::,";; .™ *■■■• ■ - 

AMoniey III l,!||v 

^""'""tot Host..,. 1 >uL 
J'nlilic Accountant 

It, '^;; i M( ""- ^^, v \i, i ;;,t. 1 ,, At!!li) , ii 

,l,w S H v^ A S"or p - 3UWI ^*' 

Owner &, Opera | or 

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TANNER. DALE H. ^.^ 

Piedrna, Puerto Rieo 828, Kio 

TATOM. DAN ffl. (m? _ 2 

■ 38 '° CJily St - Sa« Fr«„,i 8 co 18, Calif 
TAYLOR. THOMAS C. „„,» 

- 2,75 Clover St., lU^t \,, N Y 

Ahoruey It<n.-liontor 4, N, Y. 

TAYLOR. WALTER R, ,„„- ,„ 

Coast Stat," ^'Vfstigations PacWc 

TAYLOR, WAKUICV J "7« ( . r „ 

j™. M P ,, dltll ZiL, ct^nne Sf "^ 
Una. 307 W joth Stree >' /°' 

CI».,eni,n, Wyo °' Bo * ^ 

Real I=^ a t e -I„ sllrallce _ AUopiiey 

TKAniON JAMflS M., JR. {1942 . 45> 

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TEBBE, CARL G. (1942-45) 

Res. ]08-2D-72nd Ave., Forest Hills, N. Y. 

Bus. Wright Aeronautical Corp., Beckwith Ave., 

Paterson, N. J, 
Labor Relations Counsel 

TERRY, CHARLES A. (1917-28) 

Res. l(Sll-7th Ave. West, Stmt tit? 99, Wash. 

Bus. King County Win. Treasurer, County City 

Bldg., Seattle 1, Wash. 
Posting Clerk 

TERRY, WILLIAM II., JR. (1942-4. r )) 

Res. 219 Park Avenue, West Memphis, Ark. 
Bus. Hill Terry's Incorporated, 1T>08 E. Broad- 
way, Wt-st Menipliis, Ark. 
Vice President and General Manager 

TERWILLIGER, HERBERT L. (1943-44) 
Res. 801 Grant Street, Wausnii, Wise. 
Bus. Gcnrieh & Terwilliger, Security Hnili 

Wausau, Wise. 
Attorney 




THOMPSON, LEO F. (1039-41) 

Res. U»2DI Raymond ltd., Crosse Points Woods 
30, Mich. 

Bus. Parke, Davis & Co., Foot of McDougal De- 
troit 2<i, Michigan 

Asst. Industrial Relations Director 

THOMPSON, ROBERT A. (1940-45) 

Res. impulse lia.y Hotel, Hong K o.,«, China 
Bus. Win. Hunt & Co., Federal Incorporated, 

U.S.A., 123 Hour Kon s Shanghai Bank 

Bids., lions Kong, China. 
Genera] Manager 

TIIORNGREN, LORENTZ E. (1942-45) 
Res. 2714 Sprague St., Omaha, Nebr. 
Bus. 3316 Kaniam St., Omaha, Nebr. 
Insurance Counsel 

THOBSNBSS, WILLIAM WARREN (1942-46) 

iteH. 0744 Li^ltU'oot, Chicago 30, 111. 
Bus. Commonwealth Varnish Co., 4124 W. Par- 
ker, Chicago ,'«), in. 
Vice President & Sales Manager 



THURSTON, ARTHUR M. (1938 44) 

Res. 20 N. Miller Street, Shelbyville, Indiana 
IHih. Indiana State Police, Stout Field, Indian- 

apolis 21, lnd. 
Police Superintendent 

TIBBALS, ALLEN H. (1941-47) 

Res. 426 "J" Street, Salt Lake City 3, Utah 
Bus. Executive Director of Medical Service 
Bureau of Utah State Medical Assoc. Iuc 
314 Atlas Bldg., Salt Lake City, Utah 
Attorney at Law 

Til) WELL, GEORGE H. (1943-46) 

Kes. 477 A Pinecrest Circle, Marietta, Ga. 

Bus. The Coca Cola Company, 310 North Aveuut 

N.W., Atlanta 1, Ga. 
Investigator 

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TIGHE, FRANCIS D. (1941-45) 

Res. 1024 Galena Blvd., Aurora, 111. 

Bus. City of Aurora, 15 Fox Street, Aurora, 111. 

Law Enforcement— Captain Detectives 

TODD, LAWRENCE E. (1941-44) 

Res. 3203 Eisenhower, Dallas, Texas 

Bus. Employers (Usually Co., Dallas, Texas 

Chums Supervisor 

TODD, W. MARTIN (1934-40) 

Re's 45°2 Belita I^ine, La Canada, Calif. 

Hub. Lockheed Aircraft Corp., Rarbank, Calif. 

Plant Protection Mgr, 

TOLLETT, RAYMOND L. (1034-37) 

Res. 553 Hillside Drive. Big Spring, Te:t«R 

Bus. Cosden Petroleum Corp., P. O. Box 1311, 

Big Spring, Texas 
President & (Iciicriil Manny:*']- 

TOPOLBSKI, ANTHONY (1010-2!)) 

Res. 158 Eagle Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

TIII'I'KU, WILLIS E. (1942- ir>) 

Res-. 714 Alexander Street, (Im-iiKl.iirjr, 1M- 

Bus. 41.1 Sale Deposil ami Trust lildg., Lreens- 

liurg. I'ii- 
Attorney at Law 

TOWNSEND, STEPHEN S. (1943-45) 

Rps 8 Pacific Avenue, Piedmont, Calif. 
Bus. Townsend mid Townsend, Wll Crocker 

Bids., San Francisco 4. Calif. 
Lawyer (Patents) 

TRACY, GERARD 15. (1942- IK) 

Res 117-01 PiU'lc Lane So.. Kew Gardens. N. Y. 
Bus. Prudential Insurance Co., «l-:HM«1 Street. 

Jamaica, N. Y. 
Insurance Broker 

TRACY, THOMAS It. (1924-37) 

Res. 320 E. 53rd Street, New York, N. Y. 
Bus. 420 Lexington Ave., New York, N. Y. 
Consultant Investigations 
(184) 



TRAPANI, PAUL M. (1031-38) 

Res. 2340 Old Mill Road, Highland Park, 111. 
Bus. Montgomery Ward & Co., 619 W. Chicago 

Ave., Chicago 7, 111. 
Publicity Controller 
TRAPP, HAROLD F., JR. (1942-47) 
Res. 227 Tremont St., Lincoln, 111. 
Bus. First National Bank Bldg., Lincoln, 111. 
Attorney at Law 
TRACK, MORRIS D. (1020-36) 

Res. 738 W. North Ave., Baltimore 17, Md. 
Investigator 
TREADWAY, CHESTER B. (1917-20) 

Res, 700 East Lake Shore Drive, Tavares, Fla. 
Bus. Florida Chain Store Ass., Rutland Build- 
ing, 14 East Washington Street, 'Orlando, 
Fla. 
Mfrs. Rep. 
TREADWELL, WALTER G. (1914-28) 

Res. 930 Paramount Rd., Oakland 10, Calif. 
Bus. Asst. District Liquor Administrator, Room 
111, State Building, San Francisco 2, Calif. 

TRIMBLE, JOHN T. (1929-33) 

Res. 12 Caro Court, Red Bank, N. J. 
Bub. 115 Broadway, New York 6, N. Y. 
Attorney 

TRIPP, EDWARD S. (1942-46) 

Res. 2549 Parkwood, Ann Arbor, Michigan 
Bus. 5 S. Washington St., Ypsilanti, Michigan 
Attorney 

TROST, JOHN F. (1038-46) 

Res. 918 W. Apple Tree Rd., Milwaukee 9, Wise. 
Bus. Brings <fc Stratton Corp., 2711 N. 13th St., 

Milwaukee 1, WI*c. 
Personnel Manager 

TROUT, RICHARD (1943-46) 

Res. 1274 Granville Road, Newark, Ohio 

Bus. The Permanente Metals Corp., Box 671, 

Newark, Ohio 
Accountant 

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TUCKER, EDWARD J. (1941-46) 

Ki'M. 71 Carman Avenue, East Rockaway, Lyn- 

brook P.O., L. I., N. Y. 
Bus. (Jjihagsn Construction Corp., 

Street, Now York, N. T. 
Executive Assistant 
TURNER, MAX C. (1942-45) 

Res. Route 2, Box 487, Bellovue, Wash. 
Bus. Dept. of Public Utilities, State of Washing- 
ton, Insurance Bldg., Olympia, Wash. 
Attorney 
TIJRNIIOLM, KENNETH O. (1042-45) 

Res. 3S41-14th Ave., So., Minneapolis 7, Minn. 
Attorney 
TYLER, I, YON L., JR. (1939-48) 

Res. 'Ami Crest Avenue, Clieverly, Mel. 

Bus. Welch, JHott & Morgan, 710-llth (Street, N, 

W., Washington. 5, IJ. 0. 
Attorney 

TYNER, CnARLES M. (1934-45) 

Res. 40-71 Elbertson St., Elmhurst, L. I., N. Y. 
Bus. Pan American World Airways, 135 E. 42nd 

Street, New York, N. Y. 
General Auditor 



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VALKENBURGH, ROBERT (1918-30) 

Res. 788 Morris Park Ave., Bronx 60, N. Y. 
VAN BRUNT, HERBERT R. (1041-45) 

Res. 530 Harvard PI., Ontario, Calif. 

Bus. California State Crime Commission, 649 So 
Olive Street, Eos Angeles 14, Calif. 

Investigator 

VANDER POKE, WILLIAM H. (1917-10) 
Res. 830 Park Avenue, New York 21, N 
Bus. Union Carbide and Carbon Corp., 
42ud Street, New York 17, N. Y. 
VAN GERPEN, GEORGE C. (1043 -46) 
Res. 3616 North Pine Grove, Chicago, 111. 
Bus. Mandel Bros., 1 North State St., Chicago 

HI. 
Auditing — Industrial Engineering 

VAN LANDINGHAM, RUSSELL F. (1940-48) 
Res. 8 Forsythe Street, Thomasville, N. C. 
Bus. 208 Lambeth Bldg., Thomasville, N. C. 
Attorney 

VAN WAGNER, HARRIS (1943-46) 

Res. 12 E. Drummond Street, Shawnee, Okla. 
Bus. Saunders & Van Wagner, 437 Masonic Bldg., 

Shawnee, Okla. 
Attorney 




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VAN WINKLE, RICHARD A. (1942-45) 

Res. 1726 Millcreek Way, Salt Lake City 6, Utah 
Bus. Strevell, Paterson Finance Company, 126 So. 

West Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah 
Treasurer 

VAUGHAN, WILLIAM C. (1941-46) 

Res. llfi Fairbanks Avenue, Kenmore 17, N. Y. 
Bus. Franehot, Runala, Cohen, Taylor and Mal- 

lam, 400 Gluek Building, Niagara Falls, 

N. Y. 
Attorney at Law 

VEITH, JOHN P. (1943-45) 

Res. 5832 Pershing Avenue, St. Louis 12, Mo. 
Bus. 506 Olive Street, St. Louis 1, Mo. 
Life Insurance Underwriter 



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VOSHELL, ROBERT E. (1935-38) 

Res. 525 So. Ogden Drive, Los Angeles 36, Calif. 

Bus. Offiee of. Special Investigations, United 
States Air Force, P. O. Box 3849 Terminal 
Annex, Los Angeles 54, Calif, 

Special Agent 



WADE, LOUIS J. (1027-29) 

Res. 5101-3Sth Avenue, Sunnyside, L.I. 4, N.Y. 
Bus. U. 8. Navy, Bldg. 152, Naval Shipyard, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

WADB, THOMAS V. (1S37-45) 

Res. "Overlook," Budd Lake, N. J. 
Bug. Box 36, Netcong, N. J. 
Partner of Joseph Wade & Sons 
Member of Firm— Gallo Bros., Inc. 
Assoc, with Denvillo Amusement Company 

WAGER, EUGENE E. (1041 45) 

Bus. Genera] Shoe Corp., General Shoe Bldg,, 

Nashville 3, Temi. 
Assoc. Dir. Supply Division 



WALDRON, JAMES A. (1941-45) 

Res. 231 West State Street. Trenton S. N. J. 
Bus. 222 W. State Street, Trenton 8, N. J. 
Attorney 

WALES, ROBERT F. (1931-32) 

Bus, Ordnance Section, Hqs, TJSFA, A.P.O. 174, 

%PM New York, N. Y. 
Captain 

WALKER, PHILIP A. V. (1941-42) 

Res. 618 Montgomery St.. Jersey City, N. J, 
Bus. Mene Grande Oil Company, Apartado 234, 

Maracaibo, Venezuela, S.A. 
Head, Industrial Relations, Western Division 
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WATKINS, A. HALE (1934-37) 

Res. 1033 Monroe Street, Jackson 5, Miss. 

Bus. National Board of Tire Underwriters, P. O. 

Box 4397, Jackson 118, Miss. 
Special Agent 

WATKINS, ELTON (1910-13) 

Kes. 2686 S.W. Vistn Ave., Portland 1, Oregon 
Bus. 825 Failing Bldg., Portland 4, Oregon 
Lawyer 

WATKINS, THOMAS N. (1941-47) 

Res. 5145 Sidney Road, Cincinnati 5, Ohio 

Bus. Pontiae Motor Div. General Motors Corp., 

1017 Federal Reserve Bank Bldg, 4th & 

Race Sis., Cincinnati 9, Ohio 
Asst. Office Manager 

WATSON, LA VERNE M., COMDR. USN (1917-19) 
lies. 4170 Anion Way, San Diego 3, California 
litis, llq. 11th Naval District, 1220 Pacific High- 
way, Snn Diego 30, Calif. 
TJ. S. Navy 

WATTS, WENDELL E. (1942-40) 

Res. 3510 Las Pasas Wily, Sacramento, Calif. 
Bus. 1S02 "J" Street. Sacramento, Calif. 
Certified Public Accountant 

WATZMAN, PERRY (1925-34) 

Res. 5! Stiiyvesniit, Oval, New York 9. X. Y, 
Bus. General Services Administration. 12 Broad- 
Wily, Kin. 437, New York. N. Y. 
Attorney — Special Agent 

WEBB, ARTHUR C. (1917-19) 

Res, 2314 No. Commonweal I h Ave., Los Angeles 

27, Calif. 
Bus. 210 West Seventh, Los Angeles 14, Cntif. 
Lawyer 

WEBB, J. L. (1013-22) 

Res. 8234 Howard Drive, Houston 12, Texas 
Bue. 1740 Commerce Building, Houston 2, Texas 
Lawyer 

(192) 



WEBBER, W. FORBES (1940-45) 

Res. 3O20-30th West, Seattle 99, Wash. 

Bus. Seattle Regional Office, U, S. Securities & 

Exchange Comm., Room 810, 1411 4th Ave. 

Bldg., Seattle 1, Wash. 
Attorney 

WEBER, FREDERICK A., JR. (1042-45) 
Res. Box 1, Spirit Lake, Iowa 
Bus. .Consumers Independent Lumber Co., Box 

No. 1, Spirit Lake, Iowa 
Certified Public Accountant 
Part Owner & General Manager 

WEBER, HERMAN F. (1940-46) 

lies. 1089 Lupin Way, San Carlos, Calif. 

Bus. Labor Negotiating Service, Div. of Safeway 

Stores, Inc., 1 Montgomery Street, Room 

1005, San Francisco 4, Calif. 
Staff Negotiator 

WEBEK, PAUL E, (1942-415) 

Res. 1311 Carlton Dr., Gleudale 5, Calif. 

Bus. Finance Associates, 3505 S. FIgueroa St., 

Los Angeles 7, Calif. 
Manager 

WEDGE, VIRGIL H. (1942-45) 

Res. 1«09 Plumas St., Reno, Nevada 

Bus. 301-302 Professional Building, Reno, Nevada 

Attorney at Law 

WEEKS, ALTON F. (1942-43) 

Res. 4404 West Virginia Ave., Rethesda 14, Md. 

Pus. Office of Alien Property, Department of 
Justice, 101 Indiana Ave., N.W., Washing- 
ton 25, I). C. 

Account ant — Examiner 

WEISSELBERO, ROBERT C. (1942-44) 
Res. 09-35-C-180th Lane, Flushing, N. Y. 
Bus. Import Products, 37 Wall Street, New 

York 5, N. Y. 
Import Broker 

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WELCH, FRANKLIN L. <1934-4o) 

Res. 140 Los Vegas Road, Orinda, Calif. 
Bus. J. C. Penney Company, 1216 Latham Square 
Bldg., Oakland, Calif. 

WELLES, JOHN R. (1933-40) 
Res. Wyalusing, Pa. 
Bus. Welles Mill Co., Wyalusing, Pa. 

I'urtntr 

WELLS, ALPONSB F. (1940-44) 

Res. 2K24 West; «4th Street, CliiraRO 20, Illinois 
Bus. Room 1S64, 20 Xo. Waeker Drive, Chicago (I, 

111. 
Investigations — Lawyer 

WELLS, DAVID E. {1031 37) 

Res. 7207 Rhode Island Ave., College Park, Md, 
Bus. 4902 Calvert Road, College Park, Bid. 
Partner — Fuel Business 



WHEELER, WILLIAM M. (1940-44) 
Res. 204 East Oak St., Alexandria, Va. 
Bus. C.I.A., 2430 E. St., N.W., Washington 25, 

D. C. 
Government employee 

WHELAN, FRANK J. (1034-45) 

Res. (503 Central Avenue, New Haven 15, Conn. 
Bus. Motor Carriers Council, Inc., 152 Temple 

Street, New Haven 10, Conn. 
L.ilior Condi in tor and Arbitrator 

WHITE, CHARLES 13. (1941-48) 

Res. 1027 Forest Avenue, Birmingham, MIeh. 
Bus. Radio Distributing Co., 100 Seidell, 

Detroit 1, Mich. 
Attorney 



WHITE, CLARENCE I). 

Res. Flamingo Hotel, 
Credit Manager 



(1928-36) 
Las Vegas Nevada 




WHITE, FRANCIS E. (1941-48) 

Res. 731 Woodland Ave., Roselle Park, N. J. 

River Lane Knitting Mills Ine., Penndel, 
Bucks County, Pa. 
Asst. to President 

WHITE, HUBERT S. (1918-25) 

Res. 5708 -11 rh St. No., Arlington, Va. 

Ins. V. X. Dept. of Agrieulture, Washington 25, 

I). C. 
Investigator — Attorney 

WHITE, JAMES C. "DOC" (1924-47) 

Res. 819 East Magnolia Avenue, San Antonio 2, 

Texas 
Retired 

WHITE, JOHN It. (1042-45) 

Res. <WS3 Somerset Terraee, N.E.. Atlanta, Ga. 
Huh. Trust Company of Ca. Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. 
Insurance Agent 

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WHITE, RAYMOND A. (1940-44) 

Res. 1315 Francisco Ave., Mission, Texas 

Bus. Pride 'O Texas Citrus Association, Mission. 

Texas 
Co-Owner 

WHITE, THOMAS B. (1917-27) 

Bus. Bureau of Prisons, Department of Justice, 

La Tuna, Texas 
Federal Prison Warden 

WHITE, WILLIAM J. (1934-45) 

lies. 6326 N. Artesian Ave., Chicago 45, III. 
Bus. Atomic Knertfy Comni,, Eemunt, Illinois 
Chief- Cost Branch 

WniTTAKER, ARTHUR (1942 45) 

Res. 32 Inness Place, Mauhassel, N. Y 

Bus. Bncifie Mills, 214 Church Street, New York, 



N. Y. 
Sales 

WHITTEX, CHAKLES A. 
Res. Iflalonlon. Georgia 
Bun. P. o. itox I'D, Eatontoi 
Retired 



(1027-48) 
Georgia 



WIAND, BURTON P. (1939-45) 

Res. 4808 .Johnson Drive, Mission, Kansas 
Bus, The Vendo Company, 7400 M. 12th Street 

Kansas City 3. Mo. 
Director of Personnel ami Executive Asst 
Vice President 



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WIARI), SET11 (1934-35) 

Ree. 30 Woodbury Ave., Norwalk, Conn. 

Bus. United States Army, Springfield Armory, 

Springfield, Mass. 
Lt. Col. Ordnance Dept. U. S. Army 

WIDENER, W. HARRY (1941-47) 

Itns. Home Lifo Insurance Co. of Mew York, 

1013 Mutual Uldg., Richmond 19, Va. 
Life Underwriter 

(196) 



(1942-45) 
N.W., Atlanta, Ga. 
& Co., 202 Healey 



Bldg. 



WIGHT, WARD, JR. 

lies. 2792 Dover ltd,, 
Bus. Ward Wight 
Atlanta 3, Ga, 
Realtor 

WILEY, MARSHALL A. (1942-46) 

Res. 420 West Willow Street, Chippewa Falls, 

Wise 
Bus. 1191/j N. Bridge Street, Chippewa Falls, 

Wise. 
Lawyer 

WILKES, CLEMENT W. (1917-19) 

Res. Depot Street, Spring Hills, Trim, 

Bub. 300 Chamber of Commerce Bldg., Nashville, 

Tenn. 
Attorney at Law 

WILKINSON, HUGH M. (1917-18) 
Res. 1454 Moss St., New Orleans, La. 
Bus, 1835 Canal Bldg., New Orleans 12, La. 
Lawyer 

WILKINSON, THOMAS J. (1941-45) 

Res. 140 Halstead Street, East Orange, N. J. 
Bus. 57 Freeman St., Newark, N. J. 

Lawyer 

WILL-ART), JACK L. (1935-38) 

Res..212 Ponce de Leon Ave., Decatur, Ga. 

Bus. U. S. Dept. of State, P. O. Box 4425 Federal 

Annex, Atlanta 2, Ga. 
Special Agent in Charge 



(1926-31) 
N.W., Washington 11, 



WILLCOXON, WILLIAM D 
Res. 1385 Quiney Street, 

D. C. 

Bus. Bureau of Internal Revenue, 10th & Consti- 
tution Ave., N.W., Washington 25, D C 
IT:P:ER 

WILLEY, JOHN A. (1942-45) 

Jles. 707 Buckingham Way, Fresno, Calif. 
Bus. Harris, Willey & Harris, 802 T, W. Patter- 
eon Bldg., Fresno, Calif. 
Attorney at L^w. 

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WILLIAMS, ARMOND J. (1942-43) 

Res. 9SS Piirk Avenue, Rochester 10. N. T. 
Bus. MeCurdy & Co., Main &. Elm Sts., Roches- 
ter 4, N. Y. 
Merchandise Manager— Horn* Furnishings Div. 

WILLIAMS, EDWARD J. (1!)19-!M>) 

Res. 231 Apwley Street, rhil:H)elnhi;» 14, I'a. 
WILLIAMS, J. MILTON (1012-4:?) 

Res. "Happy Hill", Augusta Road, Greenville, 

So. Carolina 
Bus. IlHjusworth ifc H;i.yiiKworfh. I*. <>■ '*"* 

(S29, Greenville, S. C. 
Attorney at Law 

WILLIAMS, RAYMOND H. (1SI39-45) 

Res. lll'Jl H. Allerlon, Whiltier, Ciilif. 
Bus. 458 S. Spring St., Los Angelas 1-3, Calif. 
Security Service Agency 

WILLIAMS, SHELBY (1019-22) 

Res. 24;! KiiKt 39th Street, New York. N. V. 

Bus. Schimller Hureaii of Investigation, i East. 
44th Street, New York IT, N. V. 

Manager 
WILLIAMSON, WILLIAM H. (1942-45) 

Res, 16245 Cheyenne St., Detroit 27, Michigan 

Bus. Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Michigan 

Labor Relations Rep. 
WILLIS, BKNNKTT, Jit. (1942-49) 

Res. 145 E. 2'Jml Street. New York II), N. Y. 

Bus. William II. Wise Co., Inc., 50 W. 47tli 
Street, New York 10, N. Y. 

1'ersoiniel Director 
WILLIS, RICHARD T. (1942-44) 

Res. 117 10. Melrose Street, Clievy Chaw. Mtl. 

Bua. 816 Investment Bldg., Washington, D. C 

Real Estate 
WILLS, EARL J., JR. (1940-41) 

Res. 2902 Virginia, Houston fi, Texas 

Bus. Fan American Casualty Company, 4001 
Travis, Houston 6, Texas 

Attorney 

(108) 



WILSON, EDWARD C. (1934-39) 

Res. Calle del Serrano 210, Madrid, Spain 
Bus. Department of State, American Embassy, 

Madrid, Spain 
Attache' to the Embassy (Diplomat) 

WILSON, GLENN W. (1942-44) 

Res. 4219 Marquette, Houston, Texas 

Bus. Esquire Cleaners, 2021 W. Gray, Houston 

6, Texas 
Owner 

WILSON, JOHN C. (1042-46) 

Res. 2627 E. 3rd St., Tulsa, Okla. 

Bus. Stanolind Oil & Gas Co., Stanolind Bldg., 

Tulsa, Okla. 
Methods Supervisor 

WILSON, JOHN S. P., JR. (1940-45) 
lies. 35 Manor Road, Akron 13, Ohio 
Bus. B. F. Goodrich Co., 500 S. Main Street, 

Akron, Ohio 
Industrial Relations 

WILSON, J. ROBERT (1941-45) 

lies. 1419 Merrlman Road, Akron 3, Ohio 

Bus. The Employer's Association of Summit 

County, Ohio, 1414 First National Tower, 

Akron 8, Ohio 
Lawyer & General Manager of Assoc. 

WILSON, RONALD A. (1942-45) 

Res. 715 Westwood Drive, Apt IE, Clayton, 

Missouri 
Bus. F. E. Fowler & Co., 402 Pierce Bldg., St. 

Louis 2, Mo, 
Manager — Insurance Agency 

WILSON, WILLIAM H. (1943-45) 

Res. 3395 Mayfield Avenue, San Bernardino, 

Calif. 
Bus. 408 Andreson Bldg., San Bernardino, Calif. 

Attorney at Law 

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WOLTZ, GREER C. (1932 42) 

Res. 132 Rawley Ave., Mt. Airy, N. C. 

Bus. Quality Mills, Inc., Franklin St., Mt. Airy, 

N. C. 
Attorney — Sec. & Treas, 

WOOD, DEL BERT L. (1040-46) 

lies. 6151 No. Winthrop, Chicago 40, 111. 

Bus. Illinois Central Railroad, 135 E. Eleventh 

Place, Chicago 5, III, 
Chief Special Agent 

WOOD, PEIRCE (1942-4,'i) 

Res. 26 Patterson Rd., Dayton 0, Ohio 
f'.ns. Callahan Blilg., Dayton 2, Ohio 
Lawyer 

WOOD, R. SPENCER, JTR. (1042-45) 

Res. 6(32 Georges Lauo, Ardmore, Pa. 
Hus. Russell E. Nittinger, Inc., 1213 N. 5th, Phil- 
adelphia 22, Pa. 
Office Manager 

WOOD, WARUEN E. (1041-44) 

Hi's. rittM Hawthorne Ril., Little Rock, Ark. 
Bus. Wood & Smith, 517 Pyramid Bldg., Little 

Rock, Ark. 
Lawyer 

WOODS, MORRILL C. (1921 -2D) 

lies. 13 Garrison Ave., W. Komerville 14, Mass. 
Retired 

WOODS, N. MORGAN (15)34-35) 

Res. 52.1 Ashlmry Court, Webster Groves 19, Mo. 
Hum. Assoc, of Casualty & Surety Cos., 1040 Cot- 
ton licit Iiklg., St. Louis 2, Mo. 
Special Agent in Charge 

WORTHINGTON, A. DEAN (1942-45) 

Res. Hall Road, Ilotliell, Washington 
Bus. Bothell State Bank, Bothell, Washington 
Banker 

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ZIMMERMAN, ANDREW J. (1934-45) 

Res 6202-28tli N.E., Seattle 5, Washington 
Bus. SO White Bhlg., Seattle, Washington 
Utilities Consultant and Investigations 

ZMESKAL, RICHARD J. (1034-44) 

Res. 2626 Gregory Street, Chicane 111. 
Bus. Ace Carton Corp., 5800 West M St., Chi- 
cago 38, 111. 

ZOLLNER, RAYMOND II. (1943-45) 
ties. Middletown, Ky. 
Bus. John A. Zollner & Sons, 110-118 North tiny 

Street, Louisville, Ky. 
Roofing and Heating Contractors 



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IN MEMOR1AM 



Albert G. Adams 
Samuel J. Adams 
C. E. Argabright 
Edwin N. Atherton 

Alfred D. Bailey, Jr. 

Joseph A. Harbera 

Robert L. Barnes 
_ Philip J- Barry 
'lianiel C. Betjeman 

William L. Buchanan 

Ilinton G. Clabaugh 
.]. William Cleveland 
Holman Cook 
James W. Coulter 
George C. Craft 
James L. Craven 
David Cronin 

Louis DeNette 
William S. Devereaux 
Byrd Douglas 

Marshall Ebcrstein 
Frederick L. Esola 

Albert E. Earlaud 
Lloyd Fletcher 

Edmund J. Creehau 
Thomas P. Geragtity 
Samuel C. Gurvicti 

John L. Haas 
David E- Hall 
Allen 1*. Harris 
Kraneis M. Hickey 
George T. Holman 
Matthew J. lloran 
Harry J. B. Hughes 



Bertram C. Keefe 
H. J. Kneen 
E. M. Krieger 

Harry Leslie 
Walter . Lewis 
Martin J. Lin a 

Michael J. McEnany 
Thomas J. McGee 
Clarence D. McKean 
Burke McNamer 
Eerthel John Meyer 
E. B. Montgomery 
Cecil E. Moore 

Ralph Navarro 
Charles J. Noble 

Henry M. O'BleneBB 

John D. Farrish 
F. Sidney Penny 
Joseph A. Foulin 

Louis J. Rauber 
Thomas M. R^ddy 
Anatol L. Rodau 
James D. Rooney 

Michael J. Sherry 
A. P. Sherwood 

Charles Silveus 
Thomas A. Smith 

Dr. Joseph M. Tolivar 
Joseph M. Towler 

S. Oakley Vander Poel 
Reed E. Vetterli 

Lee F. Warner 
Albert L. Weitsman 
Walter A. Weymouth 
Maurice Wolffl 

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GEOGRAPHICAL LIST 



ALABAMA 

Andalusia 

Chesser, Lewis V 
AnnlNton 

Brooke, Winston 
Auburn 

Davis, Harry M. 
Birmingham 
(llasser, Jolm L. 
Bunsford, John E. 
I'liNnlcii 

Sadler, Loon V., Jr. 
F»yelt<i 

Srnitli, Alex, Jr. 
Jasper 

Blanton, All mi M. 
Mobile 

Lott, Y. 1)., Jr. 
Montgomery 

Chesser, Lewis V. 
Selma 

Stewart. Kilfinr A. 
Spring; Jl ill 

Lolt, Y. I).. Jc. 
Tuscaloosa 
Collier. William A. 
La France, Charles 
ARIZONA 
I'liovnlx 

Larson, William 
Tiumiii 

Sinilhe, C. Ktrliy 
ARKANSAS 
Forrest City 

Cannon, Carroll C. 
Fort Nmlth 

Pearce, Owen C, 
Harrison 

Baker, Roy L., Jr. 
Hot Springs 

Byid, James L. 
J-,itt?e Rock 
Berry. J. H. 
Orndy, Leslie 
Holmes. Oliver W. 
Wood, Warren M. 
Malvern 

Jones, Arlin IB. 
North Little Roek 

Berry, J. |[. 
Fine. Bluff 

Pansze, Arthur J. 
Went Memphis 
Terry, William H,, J 



CALIFORNIA 

Alameda 

Hove, Harold "R. 
KuKsdale, Fred T. 
Allmmhra 
Findling, O. Earl 
Morgan, Thomas IT. 
ARndena 

Hor^an, Patrick I), 
MeCahey, Oscar E. 
Artesia 

Johnson, George It. 
Ba rxt ow 

Parker. Clarence A. 
Berkeley 

Coodin, Vernon L. 
Hi mhos. Carl W 
Moran, Robert H. 
Wersoit, James H. 
Beverly Hills 

Banmeistor, H. Bnico 
Cnlllns. Chaplin K. 
(Oankol, Donald 
Newman, Wilbur S, 
Burltnnk 
p t Mr-Intosh, Donald 1*. 

MnMhews, Blaynoy F. 
Nichols, IB. Lewis" 
Norton. John J 
Pr;,|er, John IB. 
Todd, W. M. 
Carmel 

Ale, Clem Word 
Cliifu Vfsta 

Coiiyers, lloheii W. 
CJiowcliilla 

Crocker, Myron D. 
Colina 

Thompson, Laniont L. 
Cmuuton 

McTwiggan. Russell A. 
Mm litem. John J. 
Corona Del Mar 

Hefferniin. Thomas K. 
Culver City 

Nisk. Tom H. 
I>aly City 

Huils Ceorge ITenry 

Duniicy 

Washington, Ceorge M. 
K n re kit 

Condwin, G. Edward 
r. Huber, Milton L 

(206) 



1'airfax 

Robinson, Wm, A., Jr 
Fresno 

Avery, Kenneth G. 

Bradford, Brenton B 

Hunter, Allan Oakley 

Willey, John A. 
Gsrvey 

Bates, J. M. 
Ulendaie 

Itiiker, James W. 

Hanson, John H. 

Millar, Lauroii 

femith, H. Allen 

Weber, Paul E. 
Hollywood 

Angeil, H. Frank 

Brand, Norman 

Brown, Everett W. 

Wheeler, Lueien C 
Huntington Park 

Denny, John L. 
Jo Inn 

Ferguson, Robert IB 
LaCannda 
Doherty, Frank W 
Harrington, Robert S 
iodd, Wilbur Martin 
Lafayette 

Redder, Robert J. 
Luff una Reach 

Kenney, Frank J. 
Lodi 

HIiiiftniT, Wm V 
Long Beach 
Carl w right, Carroll L 
Lnssinger, John W. 
Johnson, Ceorge R. 
MeTwiggan, Russell A. 
Smidder, Milton E. 
Los Angeles 

Antola, Arnold V, 
Arvold, Donald H 
Baker, James W. 
Baker, William H 
Bates, J. M". 
Raumeister, II. Bruce 
Bellow, Ceorge K 
Hillings. T. Elton 
Cnrtwright, Carrol] L. 
Collins, Chaplin jfl. 
fox, Edward J. 
Cox, Virgil Q, 
Crow, Richard E 
Oisick, Ray J. 
Danielson, (Jeorgo E. 

(207) 



Denny, John L. 
Dietz, Henry A 
Doherty, Frank W. 
Duncan, Charles M 
Hunn, Joseph E. P 

B«kliie. Koburt (Bob) 
1 alvey, Franklin p 
I' orbing, Fred V 
I'rankel, Donald ' 
ttirbasli, Edward A 

Jr. 
Cass Charles S. 
(jriffen, Charles 
Hanson, John Jl 
Hiii-niiKtori. itohf. s 
1 art. (Jaylord J> 
H»i'yey, K. (Joorge 
-Hellieaen, Howard E 

^i- Col, 
Hess, Henry Wm. 
■HiffhtowtT, Earl 
Morgan, Patrick I> 
Jensen, Ceorge J. ' 
Johnson, Robert (J 
Keppie, Lowell J ' 
Ba dei l burger, Don A 
Leekie, A. It. 
Levin, Leo a 
Lindstrom, Harvey J 
Loehl, Donald * 
MeAdam, Wm H 
McCarthy, Joseph P. 
McGovern. Donald C. 
Mcintosh, Donald P 
Merntt Edward K.' . 
Miliar, Laurou 
MiUer, Howard H 
Miller, Ross A. 
Mulherii, j oIll , j 
N "it han, Robert Br«ce 
Newman, Wilbur S 
jSoble, John D., Jr 
Olney, Lauretice M 
Parker, Clarence A* 
Peetris, Harry V 
Poole, Jack C. 
Prater. John E 
£"Sh, Robert T 
Redmond. Rodolph H 
Rosen, Donald A. 
Rucks, Bernard W. 
Ryhti, Arthur M 
^hiley. James B 
Sisk, Tom H. 
^latp, Houston II. 
Smith, C. w 
.Smith, II. Allen 



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Jjos Angeles (Cont'd) 

Stewart, Joseph B., Jr. 

Taylor, Walter R. 

Van Brunt, Herbert E. 

Voshell, Robert E. 

Washington, George M. 

Webb, Arthur 0. 

Weber, Paul E. 

Wheeler, Lucion C. 

Williams, Raymond II. 
McClelland Field 

Hancock, Burl O, 
Madera 

Hereon, Frank A. 
Mttywood 

Ragxdalr, Fred T. 
Meulo J'urk 

Silver, David A. 

MentOlle 

Hart, Gaylnrd D. 
Millbrae 

Fitch, George F. 
Mill Valley 

Houghton, Marvin W. 
Monterey 

Ale, Clem W. 
Monterey Park 

Ryhn, Arlhur M, 
North Fork 

Ihizlett, K. Blake 
North Hollywood 

Angell, H. Frank 

Berry, Eugene W. 

It vow h, Everett W. 

McAdam, William H. 

Matthews, Blayney V. 
North Keriitndo 

Council, T. II. 
North Sacramento 

Hancock, Karl C 
Oakland 

Droher, Robert II. 

Ferguson, Thomas S. 

(■ooijin, Vernon 1j, 

Hove, Harold H. 

Moran, Robert II. 

Richardson, Harry M. 

Tread well, Walter (5. 

Welch, Franklin L. 
Ontario 

Van Brunt, Herbert P. 
Orinda 

Welcli, Franklin L, 
Fwirta Palisades 

Jamie, Alexander 



Palo Alto 

Lawry, Joseph S. 

Spears, Andrew M. 
Fasadena 

Diet/, Henry A. 

Fnlvey, Franklin P. 

Heath, Charles M. 

MeGahey, Oscar E. 

Nathan, Robert Bruce 

Bedmond, Uodolph II. 

Younger, Evelle J. 

Zi miner, Val C. 
Piedmont 

Dreher, Robert II. 

Townsend, Stephen S. 
Pomona 

llollieseii, Howard E. 
Lt. Col. 
Porter villi) 

IIikIwhi, George II. 
Riverside 

Dalness, Earl M. 
Kosomoud 

llalpin, John It. 
Saerainento 

Campbell, C, Rnrrett 

Gocke, Robert E. 

Watts, Wendell E. 
SaM n as 

Hardin, Dan G. 
San llernardino 

Fuller! on. Kobert W. 

Wilson, William H. 
San Carlos 

Connolly, William J. 

Cost, John A. 

Kelly, 1'aul F. 

Lawrence, Robert E., 

Weber, Ilurinan F. 
San Diefio 

Conycrs, Robert W. 

l)e Franco, Joseph F. 

McCarthy, Joseph I". 

Watson, La Verne M. 
Comdr. USN 

San Frani'isco 

Alaga, Nicholas 
F.acigalnpi, Raymond 

.1. 
I'.lanford, E. Murray 
Moll ins, William D. 
ISiikcIi, George A. 
Connolly, Elvin B. 
Connolly, Wm. J. 
dishing, Ernest R. 
De Franco, Joseph F. 
Diltoe, William E. 



San Francisco (Cont'd) 

Endres, Carlton J. 

Gcminell, Ronald A. 

Gocke, Robert K. 

Hemker, T. Jackson 

Houghton, Marvin W. 

Hughes, Carl W. 

Kelly, Paul F. 

Lauctot, Robert E. 

Laudtbom, William A. 

Lapmhet, Robert A. 

Law ranee, Robert K. 

McCarthy, Emmett F. 

Mayer, Robert E. 

Fed dei', Robert J. 

I Vim, Robert I>. 

It i bar, Peter A. 

RobiiiKon, Wm. A., Jr 

Schoales, Joe E, 

Schnith. Peter E. 

Shaw, Wayne II, 

Silver, David A. 

SUvig, All' R. 

Taylor, Robert C Jr, 

Thompson, Lament I,. 

Town send, Stephen S, 

Tro-n dwell. Walter G. 

Weber, Herman F. 

Werson, James B. 

Wolfe. Virgil J. 
P. M. San Francisco 

Hart, John M. 

Jones, Arlin E. 

Parriott. Win. W. 

Pickering, Samuel F. 

Riffle, Paul IE. 
San (iabriel 

Smith, C. W. 
Sun Jo so 

Baker, L. Philip 
San I^oroiizo 

Wolfe, Virgil J. 
8an Marino 

Cusick, Ray J. 

Ilighfower, Ear] 

Oluey, Laurence M. 
San Mateo 

Cost, John A. 
San Pedro 

l'eetris, Harry V. 
Santa Ana 

neffemaii, Thomas E, 

Taylor. Waller It. 
Santa Calnlinu Island 

Malum, Robert Francis- 
Santa Clara 

Baker, L. Philip 



(208) 



Santa Monica 

Cochran, Edward Lou- 
Is 

Erskine, Robert A. 

Hickson, Marshall D. 

Shiley, James B. 
Santa Rosa 

Robinson, H. G. - 
Sherman Oaks 

Hi-aiid, Norman 
Sierra Mad re 

Stone, Remington 
Sonoma 

(■riSK, Vernon E. 
So. Pasadena 

Ftirbiish, Edward A,. 
Jr. 

Hubley, Edward B. 
Stockton 

Robertson, W. James 

Young, Robert W. 
Tulare 

Berryhill, John R, 
Valiejo 

Hopkins, Cranson L. 
Van Nuys 

Billings, T. Elton 
Wattonville 

Frauleh, Charles S. 
West Los Angeles 

Johnson, Robert G. 
Whittler 

Whnlen, John A, 

Williams, Raymond 2X. 

COLORADO 
Colorado Springs 

Bruce, Irvin B. 
Denver 

Baer, George R. 

Barkhausen, L, J, 

Calkins, H. Harold 

Proctor, John P. 

Stlcken, Herman J. 

Wright, Richard W. 
D u ran go 

Eakes, Wm. S. 
Fort Collin* 

Bugas, Wm. F. 

CONNBCTICUT 

Bridgeport 

Uremia 1 :,, Daniel B. 
Cremin, Daniel J., Jr. 
Cullinail, Paul H. 
King, Francis J. 
Ferry, Philip P, 
Simon, Jules C. 
(200) 




4, I'M 



bar 1 en 

Richards, Roland P. 
E. Hartford 

Humphreys, "William 
Y. 
Greenwich 

Bierly, Kenneth M. 
Gordon, David \V. 
Sa-ekett. )'-. Edwin 

IllKUlillll 

Hanks, Win. L. 
Hartford 

Uniekeu, John J. 

Dodd, Thorn ns 

Hiignrty, Thomas J. 

Pterson, William L. 
Middk'Uiwn 

Doyle, Wm. II. 
Mil ford 

Anderson, Henry W. 

Coady, Edward J, 

Mnhan. Charles A. 

Simons, Richard 11. 
New (/Allan n 

Rn^seau, Clement V. 
Nbw Haven 

HowmiiH, James J. 

■Tohnson. Leonard II. 

Saxon, O I i 1 1 Glenn 

Self ridge, Chas. I' 1 ., Jr. 

Wholan, Fnink J. 
Norwalk 

Klleriii, Milton 

Wiiinl, SHIi 
Old Lyme 

I inky, I j. Charles 
Ruwaytnn 

Fay, Francis X. 
So. Norwalk 

TCHptIii. Milton 
St am ford 

Hanrahnii, John M. 

Miller, Daniel 

Smith. Monroe (!. 
Stmt ford 

Croiiiin, Daniel .T.. Jr. 

Mnhtui, Charles A. 

Simon, Jules C. 
We*d II a v wi 

Coady, Edward J. 

Dodd. Thomas 

DELAWARK 
HockeNNln 

Johnson. Joseph R- 
Wilmington 

Coxe, David R., Jr. 



Johnson, Joseph R. 
Kavanaugh, Gerard P. 
Nolan, Peter J. 
Smith, William A. 
Stapleton, New ton T. 
Warnes, John W. 

WASHINGTON, D, C. 

Alexander, Wm. H. 
Ambrose. Clyde B. 
Appol, Charles A., Jr. 
And, Wm. B. 
Austin, Robert M. 
Barnard, l.elloy II. 
ISatt.en. Caleb L. 
Bellino, Carmine S. 
Blomquist, II. A. 
Bonnet, John C. 
ISreehenser. Frank J. 
Rrownell, Robert W. 
Cannon, J. II. 
Carney, "Wm. Ii. 
Carroll, Robert V. 
Civhran, Louis 
Collndny. David C. 
Collins, J. Kenneth 
Conroy, J. Robert 
Coombs, Earl Win., Jr. 
Coon in, Harry 
Cork ran, Clarence IT., 

Jr. 
Costelio, Hilary W. 
Cotter, Pawl J. 
Dean. Warren L. 
he Franco, Joseph F. 
DeLisio, Leonard T. 
Dickson. Wm. C. 
Doyle, Wm. IT. 
Dunlop, James R. 
Fai'ieil, Raymond F. 
Firklen, Coutee S. 
Flanagan, Francis 11. 
Garland, Jerome M. 
(Jebben, Edward J. 
Cibbs RobeG II. 
Gillette, Kirbv M„ Lt. 

Col. 
Glcasou. John 1*, 
Coublomnn, Dole T5. 
Grace, Kenneth 
Grant, Clifford P. 
Crunewald. Henry W. 
Giiinnne, Edward P. 
TTarrill, Ryron J, 
Harvey, William King 
High. William H. 
ITorton, S, Herman 



(210) 



Washington, I>. C. 
(cont'd) 

Jaeobson, Aaron W. 

Jennings, G. Earl 
Johnson, Edwin X. 

Johnson, Elbert I?. 

Karper, Sharpe D. 

Kemp. Jiiracs Wallace 
McGarraghy, Francis 

Mrlnorncy, .liiines J!. 

Maekle, .lames W. 

MauniN. Jorir|ih .M. 

Mel berg. Robert E. 

Mertz, John C. 

Mil: hell. Win. 11. 

Mo ran. Win. E.. Jr. 

Morgan, Edward I*. 

Murray, .luliii E. 

Mnsszey, Alexander A. 

Newkirk, Raymond F., 

O'Connor, Daniel L, 

O'Ronrko, Eyle F. 

Parker, Frederick E. 

Peterson. Itelllion K. 

Pliillipa, John W. 

Bice, H. Downey 

Uinta, Eugene F. 

Ilooiiey, John F. 

liowley, James J. 

Ruaiio, John J. 

Rubensteiu, Sidney S. 

Russell, Louis J. 

Scheukoii, Carlton G. 

Nclicrniorhnrii, A, V. 

Scott, Norvell O. 

Shannon, William E. 

Sharp, James II. 

Shea, Wm. L. 

Slnudenmire, Sterling 
F., Jr. 

Sullivan, John J, 

Sullivan, Vincent L. 

Tharp, William G. 

'Tyler. Lyon L„ Jr. 

Viiier, Leonard Ray- 
mond 

Weeks. Alton F. 

Wheeler. Will. M. 

White, Hubert. S. 

Willeoxon. William D. 

Willis, Richard T. 
FLOltlDA 
('oral Gables 

Knight, George L. 

Poornian. Edwin 1*. 
Craw fordviile 

Morrison, Harry 



Dot ray Beach 

Moore, John 
Ft. Lauderdale 

Dye. Paul 
Jatknuiivlilo 

Eowden, Otto Roy 
Thomas 

Martin, Harold A. 

Nickles, Robert E. 
Luke's) lid 

Ilonetor, Charles J. 
Miami 

Danner, Richard O. 

Deegan. Will. P. 

Denee, Walter B. 

Floyd, Robert L. 

(in ril on. Alexander S. 

Gray, Donald R. 

Gross, Elmer W. 

Harvey, George H. 

Knight, (Jeorge L. 

Madala, John L, 

Sullivan. Daniel P. 

Viiecarelli, Daniel R. 

Vinson, Joseph W. 
Miami Iteavh 

Kay, Samuel T. 

Klein, Nathaniel J. 

Peterson, Robert A, 
Mt. Ilora 

Clearv, Joseph R. 
Navy Point WarrinctM 

Fleming, James It, Jr. 
Orlando 

Butt, Nixon, Jr. ; ,; * 

Jones, H. Hugh 

Simon, Samuel C. ; . i^* 

Tread way, CheBtet 'W-A '- 
Pensacola vV' : -f ;; 

Fleming, Jamw VUi M4 ? 
St. l'etersburc . ~^-^'i''! 

Fisher, Edward T*..v*J 

Fisher. Rout. W. ■{■■■- 
SaruMita ■ ■.■;■ \ 

Tarsons, E. C. 
TullAhassee 

Morrison, Harry 

Ycarsk'y, F. F. 
Tallica 

Lieb, Joseph P. 
Tuvares 

Tread way, Chester B. 
West Palm Bcw'h 

MacMillan, Hugh 
Winter Haven 

Stephenson, Henry 
U ii liter 



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Winter Park 

Burger, Max P. 
GEORGIA 
Albany 

Rorer, William A. 
Athens 

Jerkins, Lee F. 
Atlanta 

Clegg, Donald It. 

Cox, Felix U. 

Curtis, Paul M. 

Gorges, Herbert K„ J 

Hirsh, Earl 

Hoft'nr, Aliens M. 

Uuxford, Cecil L,. 

Lockerman, Allen B. 

Lyman, Robert S. 

Nicholson, Felix H. 

Smith, Roswell E. 

Sowell, A. Waldo, Jr 

Nwinford, Chas. G. 

Tidwell, George H, 

White, John B. 

Wight, Ward, Jr. 

Willard, Jack L. 
Bain bridge 

O'Neal, Birch D. 
Decatur 

Clegg, Donald B. 

Davis, Thomas (). 

Cox, Felix (>. 

Sowell, A. Will do, Jr. 

Willard, Jack L. 
Eaton ton 

Whitten, Charles A. 
Marietta 

Curtis, Paul M. 

Tidwell, George H. 
Powersville 

Green, William B., Jr. 
Slat ham 

Hirsh, Earl 
Thoiiiasvlllo 

Calhoun, Marcus It. 
Thomson 

Cash, John T. 
IDAHO 
Caldwell 

Dunlap, Robert B. 
Idaho Falls 

Benuatts, Richard S. 
Twin Falls 

Nitschke, I. E. (Bill) 
ILLINOIS 
Arlington Heights 

Walters, Charles J. 



Atkinson 

Nelson, Richard E, 
Aurora 

Nelson, C. Jerome 

Tighe, Fra ntis D. 
Belknap 

Main, Ilobt. J. 
Bellevillu 

Calvin, Harold J. 

Nesler, Joseph M. 

Offeson, ltobt. V,. 
r Berwyn 

Conway, William I. 
lUuoniiiiKton 

HubMltt, RutiHell J". 

Chicago 

Abbe, Robert E. 

Andersen, Robert A. 

AtkiiiMOn, John T. 

Baker, John F. 

Bowen, Oswir A., Sr. 

Braun, Win. C. 

Hreen, John A. 

Briggs, Llovd A. 

Can oil. Win. I'., Jr. 

Carter, Keith 

Cuvanaugh, Raymond 
1*. 

Chalkley, Floyd E. 

Chapman, Uobt. C. 

Collins, Stan J. 

Conerty, James E. 

Considine, Daniel V. 

Conway, William I. 

Ctlthbert.son, W. Car- 
rol] 

Dunnenberg, William 

Devereux, Walter J. 
Dewey, O. ( '. 
l>ixon, Edward C. 
Driseoll, Clement J. 
Duffy, Ira W, 
Duggau, C. Stanley 
Esrdiiosa, J. R. 
Farley, Joseph H. 
Fell owes, Russell J. 
Filter, Patrick S. 
Fisher, Charles W. 
Fitzgerald, Thomas G. 
Furbershaw, Walter L. 

Col. 
Cell, Leon J. 
Gel-dew, ('. J. 
Hayes, Paul J. 
Heacock, Bert H. 
Helme, William B. 
(212) 



Chlrago < Cont'd) 

Hennessey, John F. 

Humphrey, Eugene X. 

James, John J., Jr, 

Jenkins, Charles 

Johnson, Albert H. 

Johnson, Kermit E. 

Jo ice, James P. 

Kavanaugh. John S. 

Loekrem, J. Dudley 

liowery, Martin J. 

Lynch, John A. 

McCain. Daniel I. 

McCarthy, Justin H. 

McCready, Charles J. 

MeLendou, John B. 

McVny, Donald R. 

Mackenzie, Edward H. 

Martinek, Frank V. 

Mnttern, Stanley G. 

Metcalfe, James J, 

Muriiane, James E. 

Nequette, George M. 

I'errin, Charles E. 

Peterson. Virgil W. 

Pierce, George E. 

Piper, Kenneth M. 

Pokorny, Wni. H. 

Pliuikett. Paul M. 

Richmond. LJoyd H, 

Rowles, Dale T. 

Ruder, Samuel A. 

Rvan. Jack T. 

Smith. Cilhert A. 

Snyder, Franklin B. 

Srnleup. William O. 

Stevens. Georsre M., Jr. 

Thnrsnp*s, William 
Warren 

Trapani. Paul M. 

Van Cerpe-,. Georee C. 

Walters, Charles J. 

Wells. Alfmise S. 

White. William J. 

Wood, DoThert L. 

Wyand Howard T*. 

Zmesknl. Richard J. 
Chicago Heights 

Driseoll, Clement J. 
Danville 

Roller, William L. 
Deerfleld 

Carroll, Wm. P., Jr. 
Oes Flainea 

Brown, John P. 

MeLendon. John B. 



East St. Louis 

Galvin, Harold J. 

Neeter, Joseph M. 
Elgin 

James, John J., Jr. 
El in hurst 

Yore, James R. 
Evan ml on 

Rrennan, Edward J. 

Carter. Keith 

Chnpmnn, Robert C. 

Considine, Daniel V. 

Dixon. Edward 0. 

Furbershaw, Walter L, 
Col. 

Gerber, J. J. 

MoVay. Donald R. 

Pllltikett Paul M. 

Snyder, Franklin B., 
Jr. 
Freeport 
- Snow, Bert P. 
Oa'pshurg 

Hraham, Edwin A. 

Mattern, Stanley G. 
Glencoe 

Dewey, Orville C, 
Glen view 

Collins. Stan J. 
Hle-h'nnrt Parte 

Mackenzie, Edward H. 

Trapani, Paul M. 
Itasca 

Rundy, Edward A. 
Jollpt 

Dolhof. Robert B. 
Kankakee 

Petersen, Elmo F. 
Kenilworth 

Breen, John A. 
L» Grange 

Farley, Joseph Hu 

Humphrey, Hi 
La Graate Fawk 

Andersen, Robert A. 
Lake F*rc«t 

Baker, John P. 

Lynch, John A. 

Pine, William C. 
Lemont 

White, William J. 

Tore, James B. 
Lineal* 

Trapp, Harold F., Jr. 



flngene X. 



BaaUr, Xdward A, 



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r i 







Metropolis 

Main, Robert J. 
Murphyttboro 

Kiin a?, Peyton II. 
Normal 
Grady, John J 
Hnbaift, Russell J. 
Northbrook 

Gprl X'l'. J. J" 
Oiik Park 

Devereux. Walter J. 
Hennessey, John F 
Stalcup, Win. (J. 
OHwefirn 

Nelson, C. Jerome 
I'll la line 

liroivn. Job n I 1 
Walter, Charles J 
Paris 

Dole, George V. 
Park Uiil^e 
Heaeoek, Rert II 
Johnson, Ke.rmit 13. 
Fekin 

Horn, Joseph 
Peoria 

Ferrin. S. Paul 
Horn, Joseph 
Newell, John C. J r 
Riverside. 

Peterson, Virgil \V 
ltoehelln 

CnrroJl, John T. 
Sen ton 

Sen to ii. .Toll n C. 
8iirln!-fi ( -l,l 

Phillips, It. Ciirretf 
Urban a 

Carson, Joseph It. 
lVatseka 

Smith, Kenneth A. 
Weatrrn Springs 

Lock rem, J, Dudley 
VVilmette 

Conerty. James E. 
Espinosa. ,J. R. 
Riehinoiid, Lloyd II. 
WiniH'tkii 

Smith, Gilbert A. 

INDIANA 
Fort Wayne 

Lomont, Alien C. 
J'ittniiin, Frank S Jr 
Stauffer, Royal L 
Franklin 
Haymaker, Ira L. 



Gostirn 

IVpplc. George L. 

IlKlilllliipillis 

Chapman, Paul E. 
f'oylo, George F 
IhilTey, iluntce R. 
1'if.tiiiiui. Frank S„ Jr. 
1'ni.vn. Robert C. 
SI .-[Hirer, Roval I, 
Thnrslon,- Arthur M. 
Kokoinn 
Shirley. Max C. 

Mielhyvilki 

Pell, Wilbur F., Jr. 

Thnrslon. Arlliur II 
South liend 

llcntlioin, Everett T 

Rciiiecke, Ilorolil H. 
\\ Iii tins 

Huli ivjrn, Joseph I*. 

IOWA 
Atlanta 

Rciekelmami, Alliin I'. 
Cedar Itapids 

Condon, Donald J. 

I>iKlelliorst. Edward J 

Dudgt 1 . Don W. 

iVel'f, Robert. W. 

I.'iniic, Thomas 11. 
Clinton 

('arisen, John w. 

Mayer, Ainu If. 
Duvenport 

•'■lifilinian, John V. 

Howes;, Win, ]!. 
I»es Moines 

RiirgeMnt, Klmor L. 

I'Miminist. Charles K 

Mcl.aujdilin, J„ln i J 

Molone, R:il])h R 

Nonnaii, John l[. 
I ''airfield 

'■onr.v, J. Joseph 
Iliiinho'dt 

Lovrien. I'liilip O. 
Iiidianohi 

Dean, Warren 1, 
Iowa Vsiii* 

< 'tiK^ifl. Knie.st 
Kent, ilk 

Huiskamy, William 

LOK'tlli 
Kinsley 

Meiealf, Glenn C, 
Marshall town 

Mow ry, John L. 
(2W) 



Moville 

Motenlf, Glenn C. 
Muscatine 

Jehring, Robert B. 
Osago 

Casey, Joseph 11, 
Perry 

Allunder, John S. 
Sioux City 

Pendleton, Donald M. 
Spirit Lake 

Weber, Frederick A„ 
Jr. 
Storm Lake 

Mack. Edgar E, 
Waverly 

Mooney, Win. B, 

KANSAS 

<>ar<len City 

SrottH, Ren L. 
Hays 

Cruise. Benedict p. 
Independence 

Rasbury, James T. 
Leavenworth 

Pollard, E. Bert, Jr. 
Mission 

Murphy. Leslie E. 

Quirk. Robt. J. 

Wiand, Burton p. 
Topi'ka 

Sinter, Harold M. 
Troy 

Reorlor, Robert A. 
Wichita 

Coombs, Eugene G. 

Farmer. Wm. C. 

Horn tins?, Robert J. 

Smith, Paul v. 

KENTUCKY 
Howling Green 

Funk, W. Marshall 
Cadiz 

Magraw, Thomas H. 
Covington 

Ware, J, 'lines C. 
Ft. Thomas 

Heckerman, Arthur It. 
Frankfort 

Rushy, Hubbard T. 

Perry, Nelson 
Lexington 

Rouse, Arthur B. 

Thompson, Grover C, 
Jr. 



(215) 



Louisville 

Hansen, Paul 

Kincheloe, Robert W. 

Lawrence, H. Remis 

Lemaire, Arnold J. 

Nemitz, Donald F. 

Perry. Nelson 

Young, James It. 

Zollner, Raymond H. 
Middletown 

Zolluer, Raymond H. 
Uwensboro 

Vincent, Norris II. 
Pikeville 

Bnird, William J. 

Hays, Edward R. 
Valley Station 

Lemaire, Arnold J. 
Whitley City 

Stephens, Leonard B. 

LOUISIANA 

Arab] 
Cutler, Herbert S. 

KoKHlllsa 

Cassidy, Charles J. 
New Orleans 

Beach, Joseph D. 

Blue, George R. 

Charbomiet, Emmet J. 

Cutler, Herbert H. 

Faulkner, John G., Jr. 

Flettrlch, Albert J. 

Foley, Dudley C, Jr. 

Judell, Harold B. 

Monaghan, William I. 

Pendleton, Form* C 

Quinlan, Gerald S, 

Italnold. Robert R. 

Snnx, Edgar J. '■'.'■ 

Schaumburger, Max H. 

Wilkinson, Hugh M, 
Shreveport 

Nelson, George D. 

MAINE 

Lewis ton 
Delahanty, Thomas E. 

MABYLAND 

Ualtimore 

Beyhan, Sam J. 
Carroll, Harry D. G, 
Fink, Herbert 
Freimuth, Henry C, • 
Kaufman, Marx S, 
Madala, John U 



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Baltimore (Cont'd) 

Spencer, Richard B. 

Tranb, Morris D. 
Detriceda 

Bellino, Carmine 8. 

Corknui, Clarence II. 

Robinson, Win. A., Jr. 

Weeks, Alton F. 
Blmlt'tislnirK 

Hennessey, James It. 
Catsonville 

Freimuth, Henry C. 
Cheverly 

Tyler, Lyon 1j., Jr. 
Chevy Chase 

Button, Caleb L. 

Goubleman, Dale E. 

Shannon, William E. 

Willis, Richard T, 
College Park 

Wells, David E. 
Euston 

Grace, Kenneth 
laurel 

Rooney. John F. 
Poolesvllle 

Aud, Win. M, 
RockvlUe 

Starrett, Andrew W., 
Jr. 
Silver Sprint; 

Alexander, win. ir. 

Brownell, Robert W. 
Collins, J. Kenneth 
Hutitt, Leslie F. 
TTvnan, William E. 
Lutes, Lawrence V. 
Phillips, John W. 
KUrrett, A. W,, .Ir, 
Ntovck, Ci'or»' W r , 
Takoma Park 
Johnson, Elhert B. 

MASSACHUSETTS 

Andover 

Sullivan, John J. 
Arlington 

Croniii, Herbert J. 

Helios, John A. 
Attleboro 

Hickman, Darold B. 
Becket 

Rosenbaum, Randolph 
R. 
Belmont 

Butterworth, Francis 
J. 



Boston 

Allen, Charles B. 
Ayer, Frederick, Jr. 
Brown. Kenneth W. 
Bufterworth, Francis 

Jr. 
Chirk, Alexander M. 
Cochran, Ronald V. 
Costello. William A. 
Dingwall. John F. 
Dujrgan, Edward ,T. 
Endicott, Eugene F. 
Glvim, Arthur L. 
Haley, Arthur E. 

Harrigan, John L. 
Hulbert, William R., 
Jr. 

Keiuiey, 1*. Joseph 
MeArdle, Thomas J. 

McLaughlin, John Jo- 
seph 
Ma ha n, James F, 

Mehos, John A. 

Moran. John V. 

Mulcaliy. Wm. Ij. 

Murray. Patrick ('. 

I'roiit. Win. C. 

Sciinlnn. ('. 1'fMil 

Sw-jif field. F. Hnrtwell 

Vose, William T. 
I!ri>< l.t<m 

O'Neill, Eldon IL 
Rrookllnn 

McLaughlin, John Jo- 
seph 

Hyfleld 

Wil-lierMpoon. John J. 
Cambridge 

Brown, Kenneth W. 
Donovan, Edwin J. 
llarrigan, John L. 
llodgdon, Howard \V. 
Malian, James F. 
Cliarlentown 

FiUpatriek, James 10. 
Chicopee Falls 

llOTUiii, Joseph F. 
Dorehestcr 

Dnggnti, Edward J. 
Fit< hlmre; 

Prescott, Ilennoti K. 
Fovboro 

Lutterworth, Ralph N. 
Groton 

Psvseott, Hermon E. 
II Ingham 
Endicott, Eugene F. 



(216) 



Hopedale 

Barker, George C. 
Hyde Park 

Haulou, David E. 
Lowell 

McDonald, Chester 
Mnlilen 

Flynn, Maurice R., Jr. 
Maynard 

Brayden, Wnlter E. 
Med way 

Keuncy, 1'. Joseph 

Mahon, John J. 
Melrose 

McArdle, Thomas J. 
MiHU 

Gilboy, Charles W. 
Nat iek 

(Mynii, Arthur L. 
Needham 

Sch ni id, Frederick P. 
New Bedford 

Dnpuis, Patrick It. 
Newton 

Scauloii, C Paul 
Newtonville 

Moran, John V. 
Northampton 

Dniipliy. Edwin 1\ 
North Attleboro 

llickman, Darold B. 
l'itlsncld 

Barry, Charles 1>. 
Brassard, Paul E, 
Rowley 

Witherspoou, John J, 
Somervllle 

Lewis, Horace A, 
So. Byfleld 

Witherspoou, John J. 
South Hamilton 

Ayer, Frederick, Jr. 
Spring-field 

Godfrey, Wm. A. 
Hetmessy, John F. 
Wiard, Sctll 
Watertown 

Cochran, Ronald V. 
Vose, William T. 
Wellesley Hilli* 

Dingwall, John F. 
West Somervllle 

Woods, Morrill C. 
Weymouth 

Buckley, Jeremiah, F 
Winchester 



Clark, Alexander M. 
Hinth rop 

, Haley, Arthur E. 
Mulcahy, Wm. L, 
Worcester 

Murray, John B., Lt. 
Col. 

MICHIGAN 

A! lew an 

Cbeever, D wight M. 
Allen Park 
Corrigun, William .IT. 
Woertink, Harold I*. 
Ann Arbor 

Kui'ck. Clarence A. 
Dnmier, Harlsv'.d F. 
De Vine, Edmond F. 
Tripp. Edward 8. 
Bay City 

Adams, Dale E. 
Berkley 
Bell, Dorman B. 
Ulseth, Ragnvaid A, 
Birmingham 

La Measure, Sherman L. 
Landsnaes, Erling R. 
White, Charles B. 
Chippewa Lake 

Darling, Roy A. 
Dearborn 
Aldrich, Frank C, Jr, 
Bell, Dorman B, 
Braathen, Clayton i4 s ; 
Cahlll, Raymond X 
Carter, J. Anm" ■'ki. i -.\ 
Chapman, Rtc&ftfd 
Eehlin, Lewie H. r:*?' =: 
Irwin, Donald B^ 
Jones, Grant Di 
O'Reilly, Joseph A. 
Poo re, Allan It. 
Ross, Robert T. 
Williamson, William 

H. 
WoeUink, Harold P. 
Detroit 

Aldrich, Frank C, Jr. 
Amprlm, Frank L. 
Ballantine, Whitney W. 
Boyd. Milton J. 
Braathen, Clayton A. 
Brashear, Lonnie H. 
Burgess, David E. 
Burgess. Peter D. 
Cahill, Raymond B. 
Carter, J, Arnold 

(217) 



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Detroit (Cont'd) 
Chapman, Richard L. 
Crow, Walter A. 
Devine, Edward D„ Jr. 
Durbin, "William A, 
Kvcriird, Will nun S. 
Fleming, Harold J, 
Gilliland, Edwin V. 
Held, Robert W. 
Henry, Joseph K. 

Jr. 
Horn, Walter W. 
Irwin, Donald E. 
Jones, Grant D. 
Kennedy, J. Cullcn 
Kruegor, Will, F. 
Laiidsnaps. Erling It. 
Lyons, Raymond M. 
Miilonu, Lee F. 
May. Alfred A. 
Middlekauif, M. Paul, 
Mooney, Jack L, 
Parker, Francis I*. 
Qiiimi, Win. J. 
Recor, Ralph L. 
Stanley, John I". 
Staples, Willarcl I. 
Thompson, Leo F. 
Ver<lk>r, Lawrence J. 
White. Charles K. 
"Williamson, William 

II. 
Wreford, Win. B. 
Hh st I ,Htl sing 

DickersOLi, Milton B. 
I'Yriidalti 

L;iMeawlin\ Sherman Ij. 
Grand Rapids 

Schumacher, Harold F, 
GroK«e Polnte 

KurgeKN. David E, 
J nirbiri. William A. 
Kennedy, J. Culleu 
Verdier, Lawrence J. 
Grows© Points Farms 

Kchlin, Lewis II. 
Grosse Point e Park 
Hurgewn, I'eter D. 
Crow, Walter A, 
Fleming, Harold J. 
Grosse Poiiitc Short's 

lloyd, Milton J. 
Grosse Polnte Woods 
Horn, Walter W. 
Parker, Francis P. 
Thompson, Leo F. 



Highland Park 

Carter, J. Arnold 

Haley, Edward John 
Howell 

Brwin, Wilfred H. 
Kalamazoo 

Bennett, Thompson 

Morris, Richard H. 
Menominee 

RelmU, John W. 
Midland 

Gillespie, Tyrone 
>liiKkeg»ii 

Cliappell, Rrantly P. 

Street, Harold M. 
OwO»«o 

Teahen, James M., Jr. 
Pontlac 

Ulseth, ltagnvald A. 
Royal Oak 

Haley, Edward John 

Henry, Joseph E. 

Krueger, \¥m. F. 
Saginaw 

O'Brien, John J. 

Otto, Howard S. 

Wolf, John W. 
Sault Ste Marie 

Rayliss, Joseph K. 

Moorhead, Dixon I). 
T ravers© City 

Huusbergur, Harold E. 
Wayne 

Ballantine, Whitney W 
Willow Kim 

Poole, Allan R. 
Wyandotte 

Aniprim, Frank L. 

1,00 k, Uieha.nl W. 
YpsManti 

('alder, Eugene B. 

Tripp, Ifidw. S. 

MINNESOTA 

Uuluth 

Donovftii, John M. 
Faribault 

Quit) n, Frank N, 
Hlbblnsr 

Messner, Ernest J. 
Mankato 

Blethen, Wm. C. 
Minneapolis 

Anderson, John V. 

Raich, Dewey E. 

Buckbee, John C, Jr. 

Calliaan, Edward M. 
(218) 



Minneapolis (Cont'd) 

Dygert, Robert W. 

Jardtne, Donald M. 

Landree, Bert J. 

Malen, Gordon M. 

Moss, Verne W., Jr. 

Quady, William T. 

Schweiger, Vernon J. 

Speeter, Robt. L. 

Stanton, Frank N. 

Turn holm, Kenneth O. 
Owatonna 

Stone, Franklin M. 
Pipestone 

Houts, Marshall W. 
Rochester 

Berens, Al G. 
St. Paul 

Biorn, Norman E. 

Brower, Jerome W. 

DalnesN, Earl M. 

Grossman, Ernest D. 

Hnusler, Donald A. 

Houchens, John H, 

Johnson, Maxwell C. 

Jones, Daniel R. 

Klees, James M. 

Klemp, Joseph B. 

Messner, Ernest J. 

Rheinberger, John H. 
Ryan, John P. 
Stanton. Frank N. 

Stone, Franklin M. 
Wlllmar 

Hendrickson, Roy A. 
IVorthlnston 

Sumner, Leonard 

MISSISSIPPI 
Clarksdale 

Brewer, E. Cage, Jr. 
Jackson 

Carnes, John P. 
Grantham, R. Gordon 
Pratt, Walter F. 
Shell Dan II. 
Watkins, A. Hale 
Louisville 

Fair, Charles D. 
Ocean Spring* 
i Harris, Billups 

MISSOURI 

Brentwood 

Ronan, Joseph F. 
Selbert, William C. 
Shenta, Clarence H. 



Simon, John IB. 
Cape Girardeau 

Vogel, Raymond H. 
Clayton 

Barrett, Leslie E. 
Laflhi, James C. 
Max, C. Willard 
Strong, Gene B. 
Sutter, Norman J. 
Wilson, Ronald A. 
Glen date 

Bushyhead, James B. 
Grandvlew 

Ramsay, W. Rupert 
Hickman Mills 

Ruyssur, Bernard J. 
Jackson 

Vogel, Raymond H. 
Jefferson City 

Meredith, James 11. 
Joplln 

Hughes, Frederick G. 
Jann, Adam M. 
Kansas City 
liockelmauu, Albin P. 
Cochrane, William W., 

Jr. 
Daiinevik, William C, 

Jr. 
Dodge, Joseph C. 
Huffaker, Bates T. 
Jones, Morton M. 
Morrison, John A. 
Murphy. Leslie B. 
Quirk, Robt. J. 
Ramsay, W. Rupert 
Randall, William H- 
Reed, Robert G. 
Ruysser, Bernard J. 
Jhanahan, Richard P. 
Smith, Dwight M. 
Waters, James I. 
West, Kenneth C. 
Wiand, Burton F. 
Kennett 

Freeman, George A. 
Plekard, Joseph L. 
Ktrkwood 

Conrad. Oscar J., Jr. 
King, Robert L. 
Leyhe, Fred H. 
Murphy, Samuel B. 
Washington, Harry J. 
Leraay 

Hay, James L. 
Nevada 
Bray, Hal D. 

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North Kansas City 

Dannevik, William C, 
Jr. 
Olivette 

Max, C. Willard 
Pine Lawn 

McNary, James H. J. 
Richmond Hgts. 

Herr, Robert W. 

King, William T. 

Murphy, John T., Jr. 
St. Louis 

Barrett, Lester E. 

Bigler, Wayne H. 

Bushyhead, JameB B. 

CappB, George H., Jr. 

Cole, John J. 

Conrad, Oscar J., Jr. 

Deekert, Harry C. 

Hiemer, Edward E. 

Dowd, Edward L. 

Eberle, Charles E. 

Hay, James L. 

Herr, Robert W. 

Holtkamp, Alvin G. 

Kearns. James A., Jr. 

King, Robert L. 

King, Wm. T. 

Baflin, James C. 

Leyhe, Fred H. 

McNary, James H. J. 

Murphy, John T., Jr. 

Murphy, Samuel R. 

Pearcy, Johnson L. 

Returners, Douglas It. 

Seibert, William C. 

Simon, John E. 

Stone, William John 

Strong, Gene E. 

Veith. John P. 

Wilson, Ronald A. 

Woods, N. Morgan 
University City 

Deckert. Hurry C. 

Sutter, Norman J. 
Webster Groves 

Piemer, Edward 13. 

Woods, N. Morgan 

MONTANA 
Bozeman 



Helena 

Ekegren, Waldo 
Lewistown 
McConnell, William E. 

NEBRASKA 

Fremont 

Johnson, Forrest A. 
Grand Island 

Kahrhoff, Charles A., 
Jr. 
Lincoln 

Ackerman, James N. 

Mowbray, J. Wm. 

Parker, Cecil F. 

Smith, Richard W. 
Omaha 

Baird, Edgar A., Jr. 

BurbridKC, Gail E. 

Carter, Leslie T>. 

Garvey, William P. 

Keenan.W. Wallace 

McGreevy, .Jaiui'K R. 

Osborne. Tracy K. 

Smith, Ijee A. 

Thorngreti, Lorentz E. 

Wiltse, Homer G. 

NEVADA 

Las Vesras 

Coulthard. G. Wm. 

Jones, Robert E. 

Krefer, Milton W. 

White, Clarence D, 
Reno 

Rales. Donald P. 

Furrh, John D. 

McLaughlin, John T. 

Morgan, Emory A. 

Sheeketski, Joseph L. 

Wedge, Virgil n. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 
Concord 

Reno, Robert IT. 
Manchester 

Phinney, William Ij. 
Nashua 

Cleary. Joseph R, 
Cowtello, Win. A. 



Morrow, 


James 


TT. 


NEW JKttSEY 






Great Fall 


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Aljtlnv 








Provinsf 


David 


A. 


Borger, 


Win. 


H 




Havre 






Bayonne 








Ekegren, 


Waldo 




Higgins 


Wm. 


F. 


Jr. 








(2'M) 









Belleville 

Carmody, William A., 
Jr. 

Sprow, Raymond Carl 
Bridgeport 

Kitchen, John J, 
Budd Lake 

Wade, Thomas V. 
Cam don 

Cahill, Wm. T. 

Freeman, William G. 

Lawrence, Stephen T. 

Madala, John L. 
Cedargrove 

Dixon, Eugene D. 
Clifton 

Sprow, Raymond Carl 
Collingswood 

Cahil!. William T. 
C ran ford 

Bronnaii, John L. 
Itunellen 

Stites, Richard M. 

Zajie, Joseph 
East Orange 

Adolf, Everett J. 

Pieper, N. J. L. 

Wilkinson, Thomas J. 
Elizabeth 

Bellino, Carmine S. 

Chadduck, Harry W. 

Mahler, Edward J. 

Morgan, Charles P. 

O'Hara, Daniel J. 
Fanwood 

Sawyer, William Eddy 

Gl«-n Rock 

Waterman, Norman E. 
Harrison 

Crowl, Arthur H. 
Hoboken 

McFeely, Dennis E. 
Jersey City 

Rrann, Jobn A. 

Burke, Richard E. 

Hession, James A. 

Judge, .Robert S, 

I'errv, Harold M. 

Walker, Philip A. V. 
Livingston 

Calhoun, R. Howard 

McBlroy, George H. 
Long Branch 

Gessford, J. Douglas, 
Ijt. Comdr. 
Madison 

Bolan, Wm. F. 



Marlton 

Freeman, William G. 
Mendham 

Bruff, James L. 
MUlburn 

Carmody, William A., 
Jr. 
Montclalr 

Connell, Raymond J. 
Morrigtown 

D'Anna, Samuel, Jr. 
Netcong 

Wade, Thomas V. 
Newark 
Adolf, Everett J. 
Batch, Ralph F. 
Polan, Wm. F. 
Griffith, Harry D. 
Jann, Adam M. 
Klein, Nathaniel J. 
McElroy, George H. 
Madigan, John T. 
O'Brien, John W. 
O'Neill, Wm, F. 
Wilkinson, Thomas J. 
Worthington, Francis 
X. 
New Brunswick 
Sawyer. William E. 
Zalic, Joseph 
Newton 

Bright, Francis E. 
North Arlington 

Romano, James 
Nutley 

Maginnesu, George P: 
Ocean City 

Ford, Arthur T., Jr. 
OradeU 

Birch, Tyler M. 
Oranro 
Griffith, Harry D. 
O'Brien, Matthew J. 
Packanack Lake 

Prlmm, Bruce B. 
Paramus , 

Valjavec, Victor J. 
Paterson 
Dickson, William C. 
Moir, William B. 
Sweeney, Alfred B. 
Tebbe, Carl G. 
Plainfield 

Conghlin, Gerard T. 
Crane, Carlyle W. 
O'Brien, Frank J. 
O'Brien, John W. 




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Princeton 

Stratton, Henry M. II 
Bad burn 

Madigan, John T. 
Bah way 

Booth, Thomas W. 

Chadduck, Harry W. 
Bed Bank 

Trimble, John T. 
River Edge 

('on nor, Thomas ,T. 

Gutting, Stephen H. 
Rochelle Park 

Viiljiivi'c, Victor J. 
Roselle Park 

White, Francis E. 
Butlierford 

Glennon, Joseph F. 
Short Hills 

Batch, Ralph F. 
Somers Point 

Ford, Arthur T,, Jr. 
South Orange 

Leahy, Howard J. 
Sparta 

Bright, Francis E. 
Siniiiiiit 

Perry, Harold M. 
Xrenton 

Cle^so 1 :,, John U. 

Lord, Clarence T. 

McNulty, William J, 

Philips, Gordon A. 

Strntton, Henry M, II 

Waldron, James A, 
Ventnor 

Garbnrino, Frank L. 
Wet-haw ken 

Begovieh, Matthew W. 
West ('oIlhiKKWuod 

Mnrx, Edmund W. 
West Englewood 

Keilly. Albeit M. 
Westfleld 

Mahler, Edward J. 

Stewart, John I). 
West Orange 

Hick, Robert W. 

Erieb, Curl 1), 

Moore, Thomas H. 

Kit til, Harvey E. 

Redmond, Arthur 
West wood 

Kilmartin. Francis J. 
Woodbury 

Kitchen, John J, 



Wood-Bldse 

Connor, Thomas J. 
Dillon, James W. 
Dolan, Henry P. 
NEW MEXICO 

Albuquerque 

Johnson, Don-worth D. 

Winstead, Charles B. 
Roswell 

Campbell, Jack M. 

Jennings, Howard W. 

Sanders, Wayne A. 
Santa Fe 

Gere, A. Raymond 
NEW YORK 
Albany 

Barton, Blayney J. 

Burns, Edward T. 

Dolan, James W. 

Koreman, Harold E. 

Stevens, George A. 
Babylon 

(larvey, Francis B. 
ttayside 

Dolan, Henry P. 
Bedford Village 

Lawrence, William V, 
Belle Harbor 

Frankel, Nathan 
Bellerose 

Moran, James P. 
Bingham ton 

McHenry, Roy C. 
Bronxville 

Cole, Frank 

Lawrence, William V. 

Richardson, Arthur W. 

Vincent, John W. 
Buffalo 

Allen, Frank W. 

Blair, George R, 

Farrell, Frank A. 

Cannon, Glen 

Gregg, Ralph J. 

Leach, John E. 

Mai liens, Harry F. 

Pfeffer. Sidney R. 

Rockwell, Ho'bart H. 

Rutzen, Arthur C. 

S needy, J. Paul 
Cohoen 

Dolan, James W. 
Cortland 

Barnes, Clifford F. 
Croton on the HudMon 

Johnson, Richard A. 



bouglasron 

Bald ridge, James H, 
Elmlra 

Conhelly, Richard J„ 

Jr. 
Robinson, Joel Chap- 
man 
Elmont 

McMahon, F. Roy 
Floral Park 

Guliek, Joseph J. 

Heagen, John R, 
Freeport 

Gregurvieh, John J. 

O'Grady, Jerome V. 
Garden City 

Buckley, Jack IS. 

Robinson, John C. 
(■lens Falls 

Holmes, Charles J. 
<ireat Neck 

BieliiBlii, A. Bruce 

Elich, John F. 

Kennedy, James M, 

n'Malley, Hubert J, 
Hastings On the Hudson 

Davis. John L, 
Huntington 

Berry, Alfred R. 

Klaner. John A,, Jr. 

Sam mis, Gordon C. 
Ithaca 

Green, Newman L. 
Jamuica Estates 

Jackson, Ben E. 
Katonah, 

Pike, Albert H. 
Keesville, Kssex Co. 

La Finn.*, William R. 
Heimiore 

Vnughan, William C. 
Kings Point 

Meyer, Gilbert II. 
Luke Placid 

JMalioncy, Robert J. 
T.ari'luiiinit 

iilatehfonl, Wm. W., 
Jr. 

Bvrne, George P., Jr. 

Kridel, Alan M. 

Leslie. Ht'iiry M. 

Monson, Roland P. 

O'Connell, John F. 
Le Boy 

Brady, Louis P. 



tevittowli 

O'Neill, Harry D. 
Lynbrook 

Ellsworth, Charles W„ 
Jr. 

Tucker, Edward J. 
Manhasset 

Callahan, George A. 

-Carter, Wesley E. 

Merrick, Wflyue 

Murphy, John A. 

Pryor, John F. 

Whittaker, Arthur 
MttHsapequa 

Ames, J, Lewis 
Merrick 

ITnnrahaii, W T m. F. 

Higgins, Waller J. 

Seofield, Dwight II. 
Min<>oIa 

McDonough. James J. 
New Roche] In 

Iilatehford, Wm. W. 
Jr. 

Conroy, Morse J. 

Lane, Charles II. 

Maheu, Robert A. 

Manning, John J. 

Moran, William L., Jr. 
New York City 

Allegra, Gaspare J. 

Ames, J. Lewis 

Anderson, Henry W. 

Angell, Keith i£ 

Baldridge, James H. 

Banks, Wm, L. 

Battle, Brendan P. 

Begovieh, Matthew TJC. 

Bennett, Carl L. 

Bentley, Robert tu, II 

Bernegger, Joseph H- 

Bernstein, Lewis Q. 

Berry, Alfred B. 

Blelaski, A. Bruce 

Bierly, Kenneth M. 

Birthright, W. James 

Blaisdell, Charles O. 

Hoc her, Frederick 

Booth, Thomas W. 

Iiorger, Wm. IT. 

Brady, Thomas A. 

Brcese, C. I'., Jr. 

Brennan, Donald F. 

Breunan, John Leo 

Brenel, Harold C. 

Brown, Ralph D. 

Buckley, Jack E. 



(222) 



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New York City (Cont'd) 
Buckley, Jeremiah F. 
Burns, Edward T. 
Byrne, George P., Jr. 
Callahan, George A. 
Carney, Jerome F. 
Carter, Wesley E. 
Clark, Roll an D. 
Cole, Frank 
Couroy, Edward E. 
Conroy, Morse J. 
Cote, William A. 
Coughlin, Cerard T, 
Covella, Peter J. 
Cregan, J. Gerard 
Cronfri, James II. 
Crow], Arthur H. 
D'Antia, Samuel, Jr. 
Davis, John L, 
l>avis, Mortimer J 
Dick, Robert W. 
Diclistein, Abraham 
Willon, James W. 
Dixon, Eugene D. 
Donaldson, Win II K 
Dorp, Robert M. 
Draper, Ernest M. 
Urury, John 1;. 
l>ugguii, C. Stanley 
i>ufce, L. Charles 
Dunne, Wm. D. 
Dwyer, Daniel F. 
Eilperin, Louis 
Elich, John F. 
Ellsworth, Charles W 

Jr. 
Erieh, Carl II. 
Farrell, Bryan 
Fay, Francis X, 
Ft'lhiwes, Russell J. 
Fogarty, James Ed- 
ward 
Fogarty, John J. 
Frankei, Nalhan 
Garvey, Joseph P. 
Guestin, Wm. F. 
Giesen, William F, 
Gillen, Vincent W. 
Glea.smi, John F. 
Glynn, Michael F. 
Gmereck, William F 
Goldman, Herman 
Gorsueh, Walter C. 
Grossman, KruoNt P. 
Gullck, Joseph J. 
(Jutting, Stephen H. 
Hanes, Watler W, 



(224) 



Hanrahan, William F. 
Harper, Wm. H., Jr. 
Headley, Frank M. 
Heagen, John R, 
Higgius, Walter J. 
Hinds, Robert N. 
Hurley, D. Vincent 
Jackson, Hen E. 
Jentzer, Harry -J. 
Johnson, Richard A. 
Jones, John M. 
Judge, Robert S. 
Juskow, Leonard L. 
Keenan, John G. 
Kelleher, Cyril A, 
Kennedy, James M. 
Kilmartin, Francis J. 
King, James E. 
Kirkpatriek, Theodore 

C. 
Kleinman, Irving 
Kridel, Alan M. 
Kroppy, Joseph F. 
Lane, Charles 11. 
Large, William J. 
Larsen, A. Ernest 
Lavelli", Thomas I*. 
Leddy, Raymond G. 
Leslie, Henry M. 
Losty, William J. 
Love, William T., Jr 
McCallum, Ralph G. 
MrUade, Thomas M. 
McEiitee, John F. 
McCillh'ray. (I. If. 
McColdrick, James O. 
McGuinness, Robert F. 
MeGurfy, Arthur I. 
McMahou, F. Roy 
Mucin ness, George P. 
Ma hew, Itobt. A. 
Ma lion, John J. 
Manning, John J. 
Meehan, Frank J. 
Megahan, John B. 
Merrick, Wayne 
Meyer, Gilbert II. 
Miller, Albert 
Milovich, Francis S., 

Jr. 
Monson, Roland P. 
Mora ii, James I'. 
Mornn, Wm. II. 
Moran, William L., Jr. 
Murphy, John A. 
Murphy, John B. 
Murray, Matthew J. 



N*w York City (Cont'd) 
Myers, Thomas E. 
Nathan, Harold 
Nickles, Robert' E. 
O'lJrien, Matthew, J. 
O Connell, John F. 
O'Crady, J-erome V. 
S!.i: ea ,T y ' James M. 
O'Malley, Hubert J. 
OWeill, Harry D. 
O'Neill, Wm. F. 
I'ieper, N. J. L. 
Pigniuolo, Pasquale 
Pike, Albert H 
Fittman, Ray A., Jr. 
Fool, C. R. 
Primm, Bruce E 
Pry or, John F. 
Quigley, Francis J., Col 
Hath, Harvey K 
Redmond, Arthur 
lteilly, Albert M 
Richards, Roland P. 
Ituhiiison. John Colin 
Itogers, Philip 
Romano, James 
Rooney, William 

James 
ltosonbaum, Randolph 

Ross, Howard V. 
Rousseau, Clement V, 
Kiisso. Stanley R 
Sackett, H. Edwin 
Sammis, Gordon C. 
Scofield. Frederick h 
Scott, Dwight II. 
Scott, .lames II. 
Scully, Charles J. 
Seery, William F 
Selfridge, Charles F., 

Jr. 
Severs, Charles A. 
Slieata, Clarence IT. 
Shin n, John Edward 
Spencer, Richard B, 
Spolausky, Jacob 
Starr, George J. 
Stern, Bernard 
Stewart, John II. 
Stickney, Howard L. 
SI over, John S. 
Tebbe, Carl G. 
Topoleski, Anthony 
Tracy, Gerard B. 
Tracy, Thomas H. 
Trimble, John T. 



(225) 



Tucker, Edward J. 
Tyner, Charles M. 
Valkenburgh, Robert 
Vander Pool, William 

Vincent, John W. 
Wade, Louis J. 
Walsh, Thomas It. 
Ward, Eugene M. 
Ward, William E. 
Waterman, Oran How- 
ard 
Watzman, Perry 
Wetsselberg, Robert C. 
Whrttaker, Arthur 
Williams, Shelby 
Willis, Bennett, Jr. 
Worthington, Francis 

A. 1*. O. New York 

Wales, Robert F. 
Niagara F a ij s 

Vaughau, William C. 
North Tonuwanda 

"Itutzen, Arthur C. 
Oakdale 

Dunn, William E., Jr 
Oyster Bay 

McDonough, James J. 
Pearl KIy*t 

Stewart, John S. 

Peeksklll 

Scott. James H. 
Pelham 

Hanrahan, O. Michael 
Piatt sburjc 

Copeland, Mortimer 
Pleasantville 

Seofleld, Frederick h. 
roiichkeepsle 

pietz, J. Thomas 

Waterman, Norman B. 
Queens Village 

Grognn, Edward F„ Jr. 
Rensselaer 

Barton, Blayney J. 
Hiverhead 

Sullivan, Ray E. 
Rochester 

Mousaw, Deloii Fran- 
cis 

Oviatt, Percival D., Jr. 

Schnepp, Emmett J. 

Taylor, Thomas C, 

Williams, Arm and J. 
RockvlUe Centre 

Hicks, Louis A. 







Roslyn 

IS row ii, Ralph D. 
Rye 

Alt; Dade. Thomas M. 
St. Albans 

Kirk pa trick, Theodore 
C. 
Saratoga Springs 

Amyot. J. Raymond 
S cars dale 

Harper, Win. H., Jr. 

Headley, Frank M. 
Schenectady 

Dniry, Jolin H, 

Fleming, Dean T. 
Snyder 

Genrioh, Willard A. 

Sbeedy, J. PhuI 
South Hold 

Do Long, Charles F., 
Jr. 
Stat en Island 

MeAtecr, ('. h\, Jr. 
S u f fern 

Stewart, John S. 
Syracuse 

Hickey, James W. 

Mackay, Wm. J. 

Roberts, Charles E„ 
Jr, 
Tarrytown 

IHvyer, Daniel V. 

Love, William T„ Jr. 
Tuc.kahoo 

Hal tic, Brendan P. 

Ili> IiOiiK, Charles F. t 
Jr. 

Uosh, Howard V, 

Kpenecr, Albeit 
li [it on 

Klauer, John A., Jr. 
Valley Stream 

Hicks, Louis A., Jr. 
Warsaw 

Coleman, Thomas L, 
IVc^tlninintoit lit-arli 

Sullivan. T!;iv K. 
Wbit« Plains 

Birthright, W. Jamps 

Bnclier, Frederick 

Kllerhi, Mlltai 

King, Jinnee K. 
Yonkers 

Fogarly. John J. 
Myers. Thomas M. 
Nathan, Harold 
Pigniuolo, Pasquale 



Richardson, Arthur W. 

NORTH CAROLINA 

Charlotte 

Callahan, Sherard E. 
Durham 

Graham, Alexander H., 
Jr. 
Gates vllle 

Godwin, A, Pilston, Jr. 
Greensboro 

Morgan, Itoy Tj. 
High Point 

Schoeli, Arch Kerper 
III 
Kington 

Cowper, Albert W. 
Mount Airy 

Woltss, Greer C. 
Raleigh 

Martin, Henry N. 
Salisbury 

Bryan, Lloyd W. 
Tbomasvllle 

Van LandJngham, Rus- 
sell F. 

NORTH DAKOTA 
(■rand Forks 
Longniire, George 

OHIO 

Akron 

Clary, V. 11. 

Wilson, John S. P., Jr. 

Wilson. J, Robert 
Bay Village 

Davidson, Alex C, Jr. 
Belial re 

Ciislkey, II. Earl 
Belleville 

Ottesen, Robert G. 
Bneyrtis 

Purdy. Clarence F. 
Carrollton 

Saltsmnn, Richard T, 
Cincinnati 

I'.anth, Robert J. 

Bowman, William E. 

Farley, John J. 

Harris, Howard I). 

Heckerman, Arthur R. 

Hoilker, Job a H. 

Hoffman. Edward V. 

Isaacs, Sidney 

McCready, Cbos. J. 



(226) 



Cincinnati (Cont'd) 

Ostendarp, Herbert R. 
Parrish, George T. 
Ratterman, Frederick 

Rose, George W. 

Kc.hmid, Wm. J. 

Watkius, Thomas N. 
Cleveland 

Adams, C, Torrey 

Bishop, Joseph H., Jr. 

Hock, Robt. G. 

Bucha-.ari, David L. 

Carey, Arthur F 

Darnpeer, John L. 

Davidson, Alex C, Jr 

Dillon, John R. 

Howling, EmiHftt p, 
Jr, 

Carbtitt, John B. 

LaFond. Clias. J. 

Listerman, Wayne L, 

Osten, Jack J. 
Oviaft, Clarence John 

Ross, Stanley W 

Ryan, Lowell D 
Schroeder. Harold O. 

Smith, Wm. F, 
Sutton, Alvin J., Jr. 
Cleveland Heights 
Dampeer, John L. 
Dillon, John R, 
Ross, Stanley W. 
Smith, Win. F, 
Columbus 
Alloway, R. Brooke 
Cook, Donald D. 
Devlne, Sam I,. 
Hofheimer, Harry 
Hughes, Kdwnrd L. 
Lobr, William J. 
Lynn. Hruee ti. 
Stanford, Carl Ifl. 
Cuyahoga Falls 

Keller, Win. H. 
Dayton 

Hriiiiiui, Oliver C, 
Hoefliiig, James K. 
Jenkins, James S, 
Wood, Peiree 
Euclid 

Ruehanan, David L. 
Fairport Harbor 

Rinta, Eugene F. 
Findlay 
Firmin, John C. 



<227) 



Ironton 

Karhart, Warren S. 
Lakewood 
Adam a, C. Torrey 
Bishop, Joseph H., Jr 
Umereck, Wm F 
LaFond, Chas. J, 
Lima 

Cable, Davis W 
Leonard, William C. 
Mansfield 

Calhoun, William A. 
Maumee 

Boggs, Ralph S. 
Milford 

Riffle, Paul E. 
Newark 

Trout, Richard 
North Olmstead 

Oviatt, Clarence John 
Nor walk 

Bracy, H. Burton 
Norwood 

Farley, John J. 
OrvRle 
Lindamood, Harry R» 
Moffett, Reifort W. 
Fomeroy 
Crow, Frederick W„ 
Jr. 
Port Clinton 

Hitchcock, J. Qareth 
Port smooth 
Cranston, Kenneth 
Horr, Win. H. 
Rocky River 

Carey, Arthur F. 
Sandusky 

Dideliiis, William 13, 
Shaker Heights 

Listerman, Wayne L. 
Shelby 
Cox, Virgil Q, 
Depler, G. Wm. 
Springfield 

Hniium. Oliver C 
Fitch, Louis 1L 
Schwer, George A, 
Syracuse 

Crow, Fred W„ Jr. 
Toledo 
BoggB, Ralph S. 
Qulnn, Andrew J. 
WeUston 
Saiton, Richard C. 




fm 



Voungrstown 

Lynch, John J. t Jr, 
Zanesvllle 

Lewis, Marvin W. 

OKLAHOMA 
Miami 

Carselowey, M. S. 
Muskogee 

Ruby, G. Russell 
Oklalmnia City 

Kirch, Tyler M. 

liixler, George R. 

Hon no Id, Philip C. 

Morrison, William P., 
Jr. 

Nichols, Lew r L). 
Sliuwneo 

liarnert, W. J. 

Wallace, Wm. it., Jr. 

Vail Wagner, Harris 
Stillwater 

Suter, Mux E. 
Tulsa 

llnjwn, < J Icn ii II. 

Kryden, Allan J. 

Dickson, Hobart L., 
Jr. 

Hutchinson, Forney, 
Jr. 

King, Carl H. 

Met in ire, Lloyd 11. 

Martin, Detains 10. 

Myers, Louis 1', 

Proctor, Norbert E,, 
Jr. 

Rnsbury. James T. 

Sunrtvahl, H. it, "Hal 

Wilson, John (,'. 

OREGON 

Astoria 

Wyutt, Wendell Wm. 
Medford 

lliivilaml, I'aul W. 
Portland 

Hsi il(*y, Jason H. 

Bryson, James E. 

Duffy, Fred li. 

Mize, Hay 

Wot kins, Elton 
The Unties 

Phipps, Charles A. 

PENNSYLVANIA 

Allentown 
Blondi, Ray W. 



Ambler 

Schroeder, Adelbert g. 
Ardmore 

Bodley, J. Justus 

Wood, R, Spencer, Jr. 
Bradford 

McVay, Wm. P. 
Chester 

Dickey, Chas. D., Jr. 

Pesaiiie, Daniel W. 
Corao polls 

Adams, Alexander B. 
IJrexol Park, Del. t.'o. 

O'Connell, George 15. 
Erie 

Dwyer, James B., Jr. 
tilenshaw 

Tatom, D;m Evans 
Ureellsburjic 

Topper, Willis 10. 
Hutboro 

Hicks, Robert II. 

Pesanic, Daniel W. 
I Hi an 

Diekev, Charles D., 
Jr. 
I.unsdowne 

Lawrence. Stephen T. 
Overbrook Hill* 

Blnskey, Samuel U. 
JVnudel, Bucks Cty. 

White, l^rsincis 10. 
Philadelphia 

Blaskey, Samuel It. 

iiodley, J. Justus 

Chaffetz, Maxwell 

Charters, Eugene J. 

Clothier, Win. J„ 2d 

Cook, Leonard J. 

L'owri, Raymond II. 

Donahue, Prank K., Jr. 

Donnelly, Win, R. 

Gannon, Chas. A. 

Heffler, Jacob 

Hicks, Robert. H. 

Jones, Edgar Allen 

K varus, Joseph T., Jr. 

Kolin, Aaron M. 

Kremer, Martin J. 

Kuehiier. Howard M. 

Levy, Richard L. 

Lorry, Wilfred It. 

McDevitt, Joseph F. 

Manfcas, Stanley F. 

Marx, Edmund W. 

Mincher, Elmo 0. 

O'Connell, George B. 
(228) 



Philadelphia (Cont'd) 

Rochester, Joseph E. 

Rosenbaum, Randolph 

R. 
Schroeder, Adelbert S, 
Scovell, Mace H. 
Sears, John F. 

Sheer, Morrig H. 
Solomon, Charles M. 

Williams, Ed J. 
Wood, R. Spencer, Jr. 
Pittsburgh 

Adams, Alexander B. 

Barnes. Fred L., Jr 

Brown lee, Herbert V. 

Devlin, John H, 

Ponaghue, Frank J. 

Leahy, John F. 

Raiick, W. Gordon 

Rockwell, Hobart H. 

Seward, Lee H. 

Smith, Adrian C. 

Tatom, Dan Evans 
Pittston 

Quinir, Vincent M. 
Reading 

Kiehl, John W. 
Ridley Park 

Scovell. Mace H. 
Ri«Kel»vllle 

Sabo, Arthur L. 
Scranton 

Riglnn. Henry M. 
Shari>si)iirK 

Ha rues, Prod L., Jr. 
Springfield 

Donnelly, William R. 
Tarentnm 

Leahy, John F. 
Valley Forge 

Clothier, William J. 2d. 
VVilkinsbiirg 

Seward. Lee H. 
Willow Grove 

BenUey, Robert L. TI 

McArdle, Frank J. 
Wyal using 

Welles, John R. 
Wyncote 

Solomon, Charles M. 
Wynnewood 

Lorry, Wilfred R. 



SOUTH CABOLINA 

Charleston 
Hare, J. C. 
McCay, Ralph F, 



Columbia 

Cantrell, Lewis M. 
Good. James D. 
Spigner, A. Fletcher, 
Jr. 
Florence 
Purvis, Mel via 
Scott, John M. 
Greenville 
Stephenson, Harry 

Roberts, Jr. 
Williams, J. Milton 
Marlon 
Norton, William B 
Jr. 
Sumter 

Cnttino, Charles L, 
SOUTH DAKOTA 
Fresno 

Knutson, Geoffrey B. 
Sioux Falls 

Bielski, Richard M. 
Reardon, B, Scott 
Yankton 

Clinite, Robert J, 
TENNESSEE 
Johnson City 

Price, Walter L. 
Knoxvllto 
Morton, L. Clan 
Raggles, Jefci IL, Jr. 
Memphis 

Owens, Don CL. Jr. - 
Nashville f ., 

Clement, Frank O. 
Wager, Eugene E. 
Wilkea, Clement W. 
Spring HU1 

Wilkes, Clement W. 
Winchester 
Garwes, J. Henry 

TEXAS 
Abilene 

Moore, James W. 
Austin 

Owens, W. Wroe 

Stelle, Roy M. 
Beaumont 

Harrison, Benjamin M. 
Bellalre 

Thomas, Louis A.. Jr 
BellvUle 

Hruska, Daniel A. 
Big Spring 

KarcUer, Abram V. 

Tollett, Raymond L. 
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Brownsville 

Cunningham, Paul T. 
Corpus Chrlwtl 

McMahon, Dennis F. ( 

Jr. 
Singer, Robert C. 
baling 
Brasher, Ottis L. 
Carpenter, Gordon R. 
DeBusk, Manuel C. 
Fair, William \V„ Jr. 
Hcavrlu, Earl M. 
Ilol mans, diaries F. 
Lee, Leland G., Jr. 
McCormaek, Dwight L. 
Metcalfe, James J. 
Rend, John C. 
Riddle, Ernest R., Jr. 
Russell, Lewis F. 
Smith, Richard E. 
Kteger, Hugh Lynn 
Todd. Laurence K. 
Wenig, Ervine C. 
Denton 

Carpenter, Gordon R. 
Do vine 

Bain, William W. 
Fort Worth 

Evans, Joseph W. 

La*igdou, Jack M. 
Freeport 

Deere, Albert T. 
Gtand Frairi© 

Hcavriu, Earl M. 
Hounton 

liell, Joseph V. 

Bollfrass, Herbert B. 

Breese, C. J.'., Jr, 

Butler, Wm. B. 

Crawford, Wm. S„ Jr. 

Forbes, George S. 

Goodson, Alfred C. 

Harlan, Wm. E. 

Hoover, Howard S. 

Jones, Franklin C, Jr, 

Kennedy, Murry D. 

Kerr, James H., Jr. 

Krlegel, Henry E. 

Lackey, F. Joseph 

LaMaster, Lewis M. 

Lntey, John T. 

MeFarland, N. It. 

McPhnil, Charles W. 

Moore, T. IL, Jr. 

Morris, Joseph A. 

Peden, Phil 

Peterson, Erik G. 



Stokes, A. Gordon 

Thomas, Louis A., Jr. 

Wall, Clement W. 

Webb, Jesse L. 

Wills, Earl J., Jr. 

Wilson, Glenn W. 

Wright, Chas. E. 
Kaufman 

Ramsey, Robert K. 
L.a Tuna 

White, Thomas B. 
Llttlefleld 

Mayo, Ueorge R. 
Mission 

White, Raymond A. 

McDonald, Malvern G. 
San ArtfU'Io 

Sutton, Julia F., Jr. 
Snn Antonio 

Gardner, Jmnes V. 

Kalne, Michael J., Jr. 

Maddox, Robert 1>. 

Smith, James Burleson 

While, James C. 
"Doc" 

Wlntoti, Ralph H. 
Terrell 

Ramsey, Robert K. 
Tyler 

Johnson, Ben F. 
Victoria 

lloiichlns, Rugone H.. 
Jr. 
Waco 

Kuutz, Walter N. 

UTAH 
lianab 

Roberts, II. Eugene 
Frovo 

Chrlstenson, Phillip V, 
Stilt Lake City 

Beless, James W. 

Bennatts, Richard S. 

Cnllister. Edward 11. 

Clayton, Hyde T. 

Curtis, Dale 11. 

Klledge. Leon W. 

Snow, John IT. 

Suniinorhnvs, H. B. 

TibhalK. Allen II. 

Van Winkle, Richard 
A. 
VERMONT 
Foultney 

Sennett, William C. 



(230) 



VIRGINIA 
Alexandria 

Bowman, Lester I, 
Gleason, John P. 
Hennig, Albert Wm. 
Johnson, Edwin N. 

MeGarraghy, Francis I. 
Scott, Norvell O. 
Wheeler, Wm. M. 
Arlington 

Barnard, LeRoy H. 

Bonuet, John C. 

Brechenser, Frank J. 

Coombs, Earl Wm., Jr. 

Cotter, Paul J. 

Ficklen. Contee S. 

(iibi)s, Robert (1, 

Harrill, Byron J. 

Mackle, James W. 

Mertii, John C. 

Mitchell, Wm. 1£. 

Muzssey, A. A. 

Morgan, Edward I'. 

Sharp, James It. 

Tharp, Win, G. 

White, Hubert S. 
lion Air 

Reynolds, Jim D. 
Fairfax 

Horton, S. Herman 
Falls Church 

Grant, Clifford P. 

Cninane, Edward P. 

Moran, Wm. E., Jr. 

Peterson, Reuben JS. 

Sehermcrhorn, A, F. 
Leesburg 

Patton, Francis L. 
Lynchburg 

Jester, Royston HI 
Fetors burg 

llowiiian, Lester I. 
Richmond 

Davis, Roy W. 

Gilmore, J. Spencer 

Montgomery, James H., 
Jr. 

Moore, Paul C. 

Reynolds, J. D. 

Savage, John W. 

Smith, Percy, M. 

Taylor, George E. 

Widener, W. Harry 
WASHINGTON 
Bellevue 

Turner, Max C. 



(231) 



Bothell 

Worthlngton, A. Dean 
Colfax 

Savage, Henry E. 
Everett 

Hislop, Frederick J. 
Klrkland 

Johnson, Charles W., 
Jr. 
■ Olympia 

Beasley. Sam B. 

Gilby, Ralph S. 

McLeod, John M. 

Stroble, Marvin E. 

Turner, Max C. 

Zimmerman, Andrew J. 
Opportunity 

Dell wo, Robert 1). 
I'hmco 

Olson, Orville. B. 
Fort Klakely 

S<:udder, Milton E. 
Richland 

Scott, Harry E. 
Seattle 

Andersen, Harold E. 

Clark. Richard D. 

Clinton, Gordon S. 

Dierst, Glenn V. 

Doweit, Hamilton C. 

Flanders, Robert L. 

lllsiop, Frederick J, 

Hurley, Francia JDL 

Johnston, Leo C ■■■ 

Murray, Want. Jfc ■'■ 

Pennington, Wdde4 Jti 

Kedpath, Harry 8. v 

Richardson, Ar chits J.-v 

Spear, Mont Clair 

Terry, Charles A, 

Webber, W. Forbes 

Zimmerman, Andrew J. 
Spokane 

Ax tell, Richard W. 

Delhvo, Robert D. 

Gemmili, Kenneth E. 

Irwin, Philip H. 

Wasson, Maxson K. 
Yakima 

Lyon, Charles R. 

WEST VIRGINIA 

Charleston 

Melton, Harold C, 
Clarksburg 
Condry, Joseph P, 




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SUBJECT: 



DATE; September 19, 1950 



Former Special Agent Flanagan phoned on behalf of the 
SofMafry q£ EaaaS I Special Agents / inquiring if it would be possible 
Tor the Society to gawrnr Bureau any help on the Max Lowenthal 
book. He was thanked for his interest and courtesy and was in- 
formed that is any thoughts occurred to us, we would be glad to 
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poc iety of Former Special A gents I 
of the 
Federal Bureau of Investigation, Inc. 
ROOM 903, 70 PHfE STREET 
NEW YORK 5, N. T. 

September 12, 1950 

J» Edgar Hoover, Director 
Federal Bureau of Investigation 
United States Department of Justice 
Washington 25, D. C. 

Dear Mr* Hoover: 

Thank you for your letter of September 6th, 1950* I sincerely 
hope that either your or one of your staff will be able to join the Society 
as our honored guest at some future time. 

Thank you for your continued courtesy. 

Warmest personal regards* 

Sincerely, 

(S) Charles 0* Blaisdell 
Charles 0. Blaisdell 
President 



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subject: SOCIETY OF FORMER SPECIAL AGENTS I OF THE 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, INC. 



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tated that tfte Society has a charter from New 

York State which has the name as indicated in the above caption and 
that if the motion presently before the Society is approved, it will 
be necessary to have the charter changed. 



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\very desirous of making the n ecessary changes n in the Society to 

ventuallu have it t&UB&Ai*M2~Sj $E*\jRLCM& u M * ai *° advised that it 

Bwas the intent ta n of certain individuals tn tfc* Society, including 
himself, to eventually gain suff icient control to oust seme of those 
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the Society proposed by him and if there was any further information 
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said unless he heard from me to the contrary he was going ahead at 
propose the new name for the Society as indicated* 

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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 



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MR. TOLSON 
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EDWARD A. TAJ 
JUDQE 




UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 



November %**L950 



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Trade Mark 3G5661 Reg,: March 14, 1939 



CANDIDATES (1950) RELEASE 



OFFICIAL 
PUBLICATION 




SOCIETY FORMER SPECIAL AGENTS 

OF THE 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

INC. 



ROOM 1025, 70 PINE ST., NEW YORK 5, N. Y. 



FOR PRESIDENT 



Robert W. Dick 



Bob Dick is a native of the state of Iowa and 
was admitted to the Iowa Bar in 1927, alter attend- 
ing the Universities of South Dakota and George 
Washington Law School. He presently resides with 

his wife and two chil- 
dren in West Orange, 
N. J., commuting to 
his work in New 
York. 

Bob is employed 
with the Claims Bu- 
reau of the Associa- 
tion of Casualty & 
Surety Companies 
where he has been as- 
sistant to the Mana- 
ger of the Claims Bu- 
reau directing their 
investigations nation- 
wide. 

He served four 
years in the Bureau 
and became a mem- 
ber of the Society 
during the first year of its existence and has been an 
active member ever since. Bob served one year on the 
Membership Committee a»d later was elected to serve 
three years (1945-1948) as a member of the Executive 
Committee. He has given unstintingly of his time and 
effort to further the best interests of the Society. He 
participated in the designing and selection of the insignia 
for the pin, ring and key adopted by the Society. He 
was the earliest advocate of the Group Life Insurance 
Plan for the Society, which is now under consideration by 
the members. Bob recognized that from the earliest days 
of the Society there had been a number of members, who 




were interested in group life insurance for the members. 
This proposal had always been rejected as not possible. 
Typical of his desire to bring to the members what they 
wanted and furthering the interests of the Society, Bob 
interested Jerry Tracy in the subject and it was through 
their combined efforts that the proposal to write such 
insurance was placed before the Executive Committee for 
consideration and appointment of an insurance Committee. 
In addition to having been prominently active and 
having participated in all of the affairs of the Society he 
has since 1943, a period of seven years, been Editor of 
the Grapevine. 



Henry P. Dolan 

Henry is a native of Boston, Massachusetts and ad- 
mits the age of 49 years. 

He served in the Bureau 1933-1936 and saw duty at 

Pittsburgh and New 
York offices. He en- 
tered Bureau as an 
accountant, but spent 
all of his service on 
general assignments. 

Henry is married 
and the father of four 
children. 

Active in Society 
affairs and well ac- 
quainted with its his- 
tory and traditions. 
He has held the offi- 
ces of Vice President 
and Secretary. He 
has also served on 
Placement and Nom- 
inating Committees 
and is presently a 
member of the Executive Committee. 

Since leaving Bureau has been Assistant to the Pres- 
of the famous raid on "Little Bohemia." Needless to say, 




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ident of Ox Fibre Brush Co., Inc.; Chief Investigator, 
Army Air Forces, Intelligence Section and Office of Legis- 
lative Services; Treasurer and Controller of Wright Aero- 
nautical Corp.; at present is Director of Budgets, on the 
staff of the President, Curtiss- Wright Corp. 



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Thomas M. McDade 

Tom was born in Brooklyn, N. Y. and resides with his 
family in Rye, N. Y. 

He is both an accountant and an attorney and served 
In the Bureau from 1934 to 1938. Unlike the young man 

who joined the Navy 
to see the world only 
to spend three years 
In the Brooklyn Navy 
Yard, Tom took part 
in two real shooting 
affairs in his first six 
months of Bureau 
service. That the 
shooting was for 
keeps is testified by 
p the fact that five peo- 
: pie were killed in 
;| these affrays. He 
survived these to en- 
gage in the practice 
of law in New York 
for a period of four 
years, when he was 
commissioned In the 
Army of the U. S. His overseas assignments included 
service in Australia, New Guinea, the Philippines and 
Japan. The reorganization of the Manila Police Depart- 
ment, in which Tom is an inspector of Police, was his 
most interesting assignment. 

Tom is presently Asst. Comptroller for General Foods 
Corporation in New York. An active Society member who 
has served on the Placement and Publication Committees. 
He is presently serving as Treasurer of the Society. He 
writes for a hobby, most recently appearing in Ellery 
Queen's Mystery Magazine as a contest prize winner. 




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FOR FIRST VICE PRESIDENT 
Carmine S. Bellino 



Carmine hardly needs any introduction to those for- 
mer Agents who served in the Bureau during the decade 
prior to 1945. His work, particularly In the accounting 
and bankruptcy field, both as an investigator and later 
as a supervisor and Instructor, is almost a legend in the 
Federal Bureau of Investigation. 

Carmine was born in Elizabeth, New Jersey in 1905 
and after graduating from New York University In 1928 
he became associated with various accounting firms. He 
has spent hiB entire adult life In one phase or another of 
accounting work and is a Certified Public Accountant, 
both in New Jersey and the District of Columbia. At the 
present time he has his own CPA offices in Washington, 
D. C. and Elizabeth, N. J. 

He joined the Bureau In March 1934 and in the spring 
of that year was assigned to the Chicago office. Carmine, 
together with Al Muzzey, has the distinction of having 
arrived as new Agents in the Chicago office on the day 




S.A.C. Purvis failed to recognize the great latent possi- 
bilities of these two agents on their first day in his office 
and failed to take them on the raid. Who knows but 

that Muzzey and Bel- 
lino might have made 
things different up 
there that night? 

From 1934 to 1939 
Carmine worked not 
only in the Chicago 
field office, but was 
assigned to New York 
and Newark. Among 
the better known 
cases on which he 
worked were the In- 
sull case and the case 
of the Morro Castle. 
He also spent consid- 
erable time on white 
slave assignments 
and worked on that 
series of cases which 
ended up with the now famous raids at Atlantic City. 

From 1939 to 1945 he was bankruptcy and accounting 
supervisor of Bureau headquarters and became one of the 
outstanding authorities in that field in the Bureau. Many 
agents who entered the Bureau after that time recall Car- 
mine as the man who patiently but diligently attempted 
to instruct them in the mysteries of bankruptcy, bank 
fraud, and similar matters. 

After eleven years of distinguished service In the 
Bureau he resigned to become Assistant Chief of the In- 
vestigative Unit at the Reconstruction Finance Corpora- 
tion under another well-known agent, Mr. Paul Cotter. 
After he was on that job for about a year, the bulk of the 
work was transferred to the Compliance Unit of the War 
Assets Administration under the direction of now Brig. 
Gen. Joseph E. Carroll. Carmine continued on as Assist- 
ant Director of Compliance at War Assets until he re- 
signed in October 1946 to engage in the private practice 
of his profession. 

Since 1946 he has been actively engaged as a CPA 
and received nationwide recognition for his work as ac- 
counting consultant with the Senate War Investigation 
Committee and its successor the Senate Investigations 
Subcommittee. In that capacity Carmine did a great deal 
of the work leading to the expose of former Maj. Gen. 
Bennett E. Meyers, and more recently in connection with 
the five percenter probe which lead to the indictment of 
John F. Maragon, 

Carmine and his lovely wife reside with their five 
children in Bethesda, Maryland, What is written above 
is merely a chronological, factual statement of Carmine's 
career. Words are entirely inadequate to give any real 
description of Carmine. He has always been a prodigious 
and industrious worker and a loyal and true friend to 
many people. He might best be described in a thumbnail 
description as "a selfless person who spends all his time 
and energy helping others." One real Indication of his 
popularity is the fact that Carmine is the unanimous 
choice of the Washington Chapter for the candidacy of a 
national office In the Society. 



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John A. Lynch 

John A. Lynch, incumbent Chairman of the Chicago 
Chapter of the Society, was born and raised in Pittsburgh 
and educated in the parochial elementary and high schools. 
He attended Mt. St. Mary's College, Emmitsburg, Mary- 
land upon graduation 
" from high school, 
leaving there in 1934 
to attend the Univer- 
sity of Pittsburgh, 
where he graduated 
with a B.S. degree in 
1938. During the time 
he was in school, 
Jack was employed 
as an accountant with 
a public accounting 
firm in Pittsburgh, 
later assuming a po- 
sitioa - as assistant 
cost accountant with 
the XJ. S. Gypsum at 
Oakmont, Pa. He 
proceeded from this 
position to the Income Tax Unit, Bureau of Internal Rev- 
enue, and remained with that organization in its Chicago 
office for approximately three years, at which time he 
accepted an appointment from the Bureau. His first as- 
signment with the Bureau was in 1940 at Detroit. From 
Detroit Jack was reassigned to Chicago, where he re- 
mained until 1946, when he accepted a partnership in the 
national certified public accounting firm of Barnes and 
Company. After one year as resident partner, Jack re- 
signed to establish his own accounting firm in Chicago 
and has been actively engaged in that profession since. 

He is presently the father of four children, and resides 
in his own "mortgaged" home at Lake Forest, Illinois. 



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Everett W. Brown 

Born in Mt. Brie, Illinois (10 miles from Fairfield and 
the Shelton Boys) where he attended grade school through 
the 6th grade. In 1921 he moved to Long Beach, Cali- 
fornia with his par- 
ents where he fin- 
ished grade school 
and thereafter gradu- 
ated from Long Beach 
Poly High School. 

Received a Bache- 
lor of Arts degree 
from the University 
of Southern California 
in June of 1931 and 
an L.L.B. degree from 
Southwestern Law 
School, Los Angeles 
in 1935. While attend- 
ing the University of 
Southern California 
he was a member of 
three outstanding 
football teams (National Champions in '29) coached by 
the late Howard Harding Jones. 

In October, '36 he received an appointment as a Spe- 




cial Agent of the Bureau and was thereafter assigned to 
Bureau offices in Omaha, Neb„ Des Moines, Iowa, Mil- 
waukee, Wisconsin, Pittsburgh, Pa., and Los Angeles, 
California. Was never an SAC, Supervisor or Number 
One Man but was temporarily sitting on the desk at Pitts- 
burgh for Sam McKee when one Agent demolished a new 
Ford Sedan near Erie, Pa. and practically eliminated him- 
self from ever again practicing law in the State of New 
York. - , 

In November '40 he resigned from the Bureau to ac- 
cept t£e position of Principal Investigator, Intelligence 
Section, U. Si Army Air Forc«l: 

In April, '42 he resigned from the latter mentioned 
position to become Director of Plant Protection, Los An- 
geles Shipbuilding and Drydock Corporation (later be^amd 
Todd Shipbuilding Corporation), San Pedro, California 
where he remained until August, '46. 

Upon leaving Todd Shipbuilding Corporation, he en- 
tered the field of private investigations and presently op- 
erates his own office in Los Angeles and Hollywood, Cal- 
ifornia. * 

He is past Chairman of the Los Angeles Chapter of 
the Society and resides in North Hollywood, California 
with his wife and two children. 

Hobbies are limited to handball, swimming and work- 
ing on domestic cases. 



FOR SECOND VICE PRESIDENT 
Richard H. Simons 

Born — Fargo, North Dakota, March 2, 1910, attended 
University of North Dakota at Grand Forks and George 
Washington Law School, LLB, 1934. Entered Bureau 

January 17, 1932 as a 
clerical employee, en- 
tered field January, 
1934 as Special Agent 
with first assignment 
Kansas City. Worked 
all around the coun- 
try, including 
WEYNAP and 
MATTNAP specials 
and on "Furdress" in 
Los Angeles. New 
York City, 1939 to 
1942, SAC at New 
Haven 1942 to Octo- 
ber, 1943 when re- 
signed to enter Le- 
gal Department, Du- 
Pont subsidiary Rem- 
ington Arms, Inc. at Bridgeport. Practice of private law 
at Milford, Connecticut, between Bridgeport and New 
Haven, since 1945 — 2 years of judge of municipal court 
and 2 years as counsel for Town of Milford, Rumors of 
some political activities. Married, three daughters. 




Wayne L. Listerman 

Born in Newport, Kentucky, March 15, 1907. Gradu- 
ated from Highlands High School, Fort Thomas, Ken- 
tucky, in 1924, Graduated from Miami University wltk 
A.B. degree in 1928. While there was elected member of 



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Phi Beta Kappa Honorary Society. Also a member of 
Sigma Chi Fraternity. 

Taught high school mathematics and science for few 
months in 1928, resigning to accept appointment as Sec- 
retary to Member of Congress from Kentucky. 

While working In Washington, D. C, attended George 

Washington Universi- 
ty Law School. Com- 
pleted law studies at 
University of Cincin- 
nati, receiving L.L.B. 
degree in June, 1932. 
Admitted to prac- 
tice of Law in Ken- 
tucky in 1931 and 
Ohio in 1932. 

Practiced law in 
Newport, Kentucky, 
until January, 1933, 
when appointed Spe- 
cial Agent of Federal 
Bureau of Investiga- 
tion. Served in vari- 
ous districts as Spe- 
cial Agent until se- 
lected as lecturer in the FBI Training School in Washing- 
ton and as an Administrative Assistant to Director J. 
Edgar Hoover. In 1935 designated a Special Agent in 
Charge, serving in this capacity in various districts — in- 
cluding Buffalo, N. Y.; Trenton, N. J.; San Francisco, 
Calif.; Atlanta, Ga.; and Cleveland, Ohio. 

Resigned as Special Agent in Charge of Cleveland 
Field Office in January, 1941, to accept position with 
Eaton Manufacturing Company, manufacturer of automo- 
tive and aircraft parts, with eleven plants in Ohio, Mich- 
igan, Wisconsin and Canada. Current position — general 
personnel manager. 

President of Sigma Chi Fraternity Alumni Associa- 
tion at Miami University 1947-1949; member of Board of 
Trustees of Sigma Chi House Association at Miami Uni- 
versity since 1947; Third Vice President of Miami Uni- 
versity Alumni Association since June, 1949; Member, 
Board of Directors of Franklin County National Bank, 
Brookville, Indiana; member of Fairmount Preshyterian 
Church, Scottish Rite Consistory, Al Koran Shrine in 
Cleveland; Member, Board of Trustees of Miami Univer- 
sity; Member, Ohio State Bar Association. 

Married — 3 children — resides at 22239 Parnell Drive, 
Shaker Heights. 



Raymond Lee To I left 

Raymond Lee Tollett was born on a farm near Tem- 
ple, Oklahoma, on December 9, 1907, which was a few 
weeks after Oklahoma was admitted to statehood. When 
just two years of age, he established residence in Wichita 
Falls, Texas, where he finished high school in 1924 and 
business college in 1925. Before reaching high school, he 
started to work and has been continuously employed since 
1919. After graduation from high school as valedictorian, 
he finished business college by attending evening classes. 
Thereafter he found a stenographic-bookkeeping job with 
an oil company. Except for the period that he served 
in the Bureau from September 1934 to March 1937, he has 
been continuously employed by various oil companies. 

After finishing night law school, he was admitted to 



the Texas State Bar in February 1932, In December 1933, 
he passed the American Institute Accountants' examina- 
tion to become a cer- 
tified public account- 
ant. Since June 1940, 
he has been president 
and general manager 
of Cosden Petroleum 
Corporation with his 
office and place of 
residence in Big 
Spring, Texas. He is 
a charter member of 
the Society and has 
been able to attend a 
number of the New 
York meetings. He 
travels considerably 
and his business takes 
, him to New York 
several times each 
year. 
Ray first married in 1929. By his first marriage he 
has a grown daughter who is married, but as yet he has 
no prospects of being a grandfather. In fact, by his sec- 
ond marriage he has a son who was born in December 
1948, and his wife tells him that he may expect another 
heir in September of 1950. Some folks have remarked 
that, "There is many a good tune in an old violin." 

He has no serious hobbies, although numismatics en- 
gage him for an hour or so occasionally. He can ride well 
but has become allergic to horses. He hunts and fishes 
quite a lot and is a miserable golf player. He is addicted 
to all minor vices, but has for many years been a Lay 
Reader in the Protestant Episcopal Church. 




FOR THIRD VICE PRESIDENT 



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Frederick Ayer, Jr. 

A resident of Wenham, Mass. Married with family 
of three children. He received AB cum laude at Hill 
School and LLB at Harvard University. Member of Mass- 
achusetts Bar and 
formerly attorney for 
U. S. Smelting Refin- 
ing and Mining Com- 
pany. 

While in Bureau 
was stationed In 
Washington, D. C, 
Cincinnati, Ohio, and 
Boston, Mass., and as- 
signed to internal se- 
curity and general 
criminal investiga- 
tion. 

World War II— As- 
signed to U. S. Army 
for special intelli- 
gence duty in Euro- 
pean Theatre of Op- 
erations. Appointed chief of F.B.I. Liaison units in Ger- 
many, Austria, Italy and France. Received Bronze Star 
citation. 




After war went with U. S. State Dept. Appointed 
Deputy Legal Advisor to American Mission for Aid to 
Greece. Appointed Chief of Security and Intelligence Di- 
vision in Greece to thwart communist infiltration, espion- 
age and sabotage. Administrative Director of some 15,000 
Greek reconstruction workers. Directed investigation of 
CBS reporter, George Polk, murder. 



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William J. Quinn 

Bill is a native of Lima, Ohio where he attended grade 
and high schools. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree 
from Ohio University in 1937 and a Bachelor of Law de- 
gree from Ohio Northern University in 1940. He was ad- 
mitted to the Ohio 
Bar. 

He entered the Bu- 
reau in 1940 and 
served in the Los An- 
geles, Kansas City 
and Detroit Field Di- 
visions. His service 
included an S.I.S. as- 
signment "below the 
border." 

Bill resigned from 
the Bureau in No- 
vember 1946 and 
since leaving the Bu- 
reau has been en- 
gaged in the investi- 
gation business in De- 
troit, Michigan. 
He is the past Chairman of the Detroit Chapter of the 
Society. He resides in Grosse Pointe Farms, 
with his wife and three children. 




Michigan 



Robert H. Moron 

Robert H, Moran was born January 19th, 1917, in 
Flagstaff, Arizona. He received his education at St. 
Mary's College, Moraga, California, and the University of 
California, from which latter institution he received his 

LL.B. in 1940. 

Bob was in the F. 
B.I. from 1940 to 1946, 
being assigned for 
short periods to Phil- 
adelphia, Huntington, 
West Virginia, and 
Phoenix, Arizona, be- 
fore going to San 
Francisco in 1942, 
where he remained 
until his resignation 
in 1946. For a great 
portion of his stay in 
San Francisco he was 
assigned exclusively 
to the Henry J. Kais- 
er 'Shipyards in the 
San Francisco Bay 
area. While on this assignment one case handled there 
resulted in the conviction of Heinrich Roedel and Ms 
sentence to a thirty year Federal term on a sabotage 




charge arising out of an attempt to ignite one of the 
shipyards. 

Bob lives with his wife Eileen and two young sons in 
Berkeley. He maintains law offices in Oakland and Rich- 
mond, California, and is presently serving as chairman 
of the San Francisco Chapter of the Society. 



FOR FOURTH VICE PRESIDENT 
John A. Morrison 

Jack was born August 26, 1914 in Kansas City, Miss- 
ouri. He attended grammar school in Kansas City, pre- 
paratory school in Tucson, Arizona and graduated from 
Princeton University with an A.B. degree in 1935. Alsr> 

attended Michigan 
Law School and grad- 
uated there in' 1938 
with an L.L.B. degree. 
Admitted to the Bar 
of Missouri the same 
year and started 
practicing law with 
the firm of Morrison, 
Nugent, Berger, Heck- 
er & Buck. 

Jack entered on 
duty April 6, 1942 
with the Bureau. He 
served in Richmond, 
Newark, New York 
and El Paso Field 
Divisions. He was in 
the New York office 
from January of 1943 to June of 1945 and all of his time 
there was spent on Communists investigations. He re- 
signed from the Bureau in the El Paso office September 
21, 1945, to practice law in Kansas City. He helped or- 
ganize the Kansas City chapter of the Society and has 
been its Chairman for about three years because the fel- 
lows will not accept his resignation. 

He married Shirley Ann Sawyer of Kansas City, Miss- 
ouri in 1940 and they have three children, John, Ann and 
Joseph. 




Gene E. Strong 

Gene is a native of Clayton, Missouri, a suburb of St. 
Louis. Attended the University of Notre Dame from 

1930-1932 and is a 
graduate from the St. 
Louis University Law 
School in 1935. He 
was admitted to the 
Bar of the State of 
Missouri in the same 
year. Gene engaged 
in the practice of law 
for six years prior to 
the time that he en- 
tered the Bureau, 
which was in May, 
1942. He resigned in 
November 1945, after 
having been assigned 
to the Miami, New 
Orleans and Chicago 




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Field Offices to engage in the heating contracting busi- 
ness in St. Louis which business he presently operates. 
He was Chairman of the St. Louis Chapter during the 
past year. 

Harold B. J u del I 

Harold B. Judell waa born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 
March 9, 1915. He holds B.A. and L.L.B. degrees from 
the University of Wisconsin and an L.L.B. degree in 
Civil law from Tulane University. He is a member of 

both the Louisiana 
-fc and Wisconsin bars. 

After graduating from 
the University of Wis- 
consin he practiced 
law in Milwaukee. 
Harold entered the 
bureau as a special 
agent in 1939. New 
Orleans, Newark and 
Baltimore were his 
field office stops prior 
to becoming an ad- 
ministrative assistant 
at the seat of govern- 
ment. Before the out- 
break of World War 
II he went abroad on 
special assignment 
and served as Legal Attache to the U. S. Embassy in Peru. 
Harold resigned in 1944, entered the Navy, served as 
officer in charge of a landing craft in the European The- 
ater and wound up as legal officer for Demobilization in 
the Bureau of Naval Personnel. After a tour of duty as 
Counsel for the Institute of Inter-American Affairs he re- 
signed from the government service and became a man- 
aging partner in a Louisiana concern which owns and 
operates extensive oil and agricultural properties in the 
state. 

A Louisiana "Colonel," Harold is active in civic af- 
fairs in New Orleans and currently is Chairman of the 
New Orleans Chapter of the Society. 




FOR SECRETARY 



John F. ElicH 

Jack was born the oldest of 11 children on September 
27, 1904 in Pueblo, Colorado. He finished high school in 
Roundup, Montana, where the family had moved. 

After completing high school, he bounced around the 
country, seeking his fortune. He spent a couple of years 
in the copper mines of Arizona and the coal mines of 
Wyoming. In 1924 he joined the United States Marine 
Corps. He really saw the world, South America, Honolulu, 
Guam, Australia, the Philippines and China. When mus- 
tered out of the Marines as a Sergeant he went to Tacoma, 
Washington, where he married Prances Hugg. In 1930 
he joined the Tacoma Police Force and served with this 
organization for 8 years. In 1933 he started to study law 
at night in October, 1937 was made a Special Agent of 
the F.B.I. 

Jack served in the Newark, Detroit, Milwaukee, Wash- 
ington, San Antonio and Pittsburgh offices of the Bureau. 
While in Wisconsin he was Resident Agent in Eau Claire 



and in Texas he was Assistant Agent in Charge of the 
San Antonio Office. 

Jack resigned from the Bureau in 1944 and became 

Security Director for 
all plants of the Sper- 
ry Gyroscope Com- 
pany, Inc. He is 
presently with Ameri- 
can Cyanimid Com- 
pany. 

He is a member of 
the Masons, Elks, and 
Veterans of Foreign 
Wars. His hobbies 
are golf, photography 
and bowling. 

Jack has displayed 
a keen interest in the 
affairs of the Society 
and has been a regu- 
lar attendant at all 
the New York meet- 
ings. 
He is the present Chairman of the Placement Com- 
mittee. 




John G. Keenan 

Jack was born a mile away from Ehbets Field, "Home 
of the Dodgers." Brooklyn, U. S. A. 

Jack spent his childhood in Brooklyn and attended 
Brooklyn Preparatory School where he defended, on the 

athletic field, the fair 

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against all invaders, 
especially from Man- 
hattan Island. His 
defense was so 
staunch that Fordham 
University made ar- 
rangements to have 
him on their side of 
the bridge. Here he 
was an active partici- 
pant in various sports 
and played four years 
on the college foot- 
ball team during the 
era of Coach Frank 
Cavanaugh, "The Iron 
Major," who was 
known for his great 
defensive teams. He graduated in 1934 with a B.A. de- 
gree and a high scholastic average. 

Immediately upon his graduation Jack entered St. 
John's University School of Law and received his LL.B. 
degree in 1937. He was admitted to the Bar of the State 
of New York in the same year. Upon his admittance to 
the Bar, Jack became associated with the Brooklyn-Man- 
hattan Transit System of the City of New York as a 
fledgling attorney. In a short time he rose to the position 
of trial counsel for the Transit Division of New York City, 
defending them against numerous lawsuits. 

Jack was appointed a Special Agent of the Federal 
Bureau of Investigation in 1941. His work in the Bureau 
consisted of handling internal security cases, and he was 




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assigned to the Philadelphia and New York Offices. In 
between these offices he had a lengthy "stretch" as a 
supervisor at the S.O.G. In 1945, Jack resigned from the 
Bureau and entered his own law practice. He is now a 
partner in the law firm of Alexander & Keenan. 

Jack is also President of American Business Consult- 
ants, inc., the organization which publishes the weekly 
newsletter, COUNTERATTACK, facts to combat Commun- 
ism. In this worthy activity, Jack is associated with sev- 
eral other former agents. 

Jack has long been active in the Society's affairs and 
has done an excellent job as Chairman of Public Relations 
for the Society and was influential in obtaining press 
notices on the stand of the Society in defense of the Bu- 
reau against the recent smear by the Commies. 

He has moved from his "Prep" days of defending 
Brooklyn to jump whole-heartedly into the bigger fight 
of defending America. 

They say that the best offense is a good defense and, 
under that logic, Jack has been well trained. 



W. Harry Widener 

Born— Virginia, U.S.A., B. A. Degree University of Vir- 
ginia; Law University of Hawaii, Honolulu, T. H. M. A. 
Degree University of Hawaii. Member U. S. Flying Ca- 
dets with pilot's li- 
cense and was on 
maiden flight of 
China Clipper. 

Entered Bureau 
Training School April, 
1940. Assigned to 
Cleveland, San Fran- 
cisco, Butte (don't 
ask me why!), Jack- 
son and New Orleans. 
In practically every 
Field Office West of 
Mississippi on Spe- 
cial Assignments. Op- 
erated short-wave ra- 
dio for four months 
in connection with 
Japanese Code break- 
ing in War II. 
During most of Bureau days was on Special Assign- 
ment in and outside of this country. On S.I.S. Assign- 
ments on communism and nazism. Many, many "tech- 
nical" and "second story" accomplishments. (Fools rush 
in where angels fear to tread). 

Made "technical" installation in one city, in same 
building where a murder was committed on same night. 
Got out of town safely. Mission accomplished. 

Now with Home Life Insurance Company of New York. 




FOR TREASURER 
Matthew J. O'Brien 

Matt O'Brien lives in Orange, N. J. and is married 
and the father of two children. 

Matt received his law degree at National University, 
Washington, D. C. in 1040. 

He served in the Bureau from 1040 to 194(3 and for 
the past several years has been employed by the Security 
Bureau, Inc., in New York City. 



Matt is quite a student which is evidenced by the 
fact that he took several post graduate courses after re- 
ceiving has law de- 
gree and as late as 
this year was attend- 
ing the School of In- 
surance, 107 William 
Street, New York 
City. Although a 
good student he is 
equally a good ath- 
lete having been a 
letter man on his 
high school track 
team and was also a 
pitcher for the base- 
ball team of Massa- 
chusetts Maritime 
Academy. He is a 
capable speaker and 
while serving with 
the Bureau was appointed to represent the FBI before 
civic, fraternal and similar types of gatherings. He is a 
man of considerable accomplishments for his first 3(3 
years. 




Hubert J. O'Malley 

Hub O'Malley entered the Bureau on January 6, 1941 
and was assigned to Phoenix for six months, most of 
which was spent in the resident agency in Tucson. An- 
other six months stay in Chicago was followed by five 

years in SIS with a 
*^ two month break in 
New York City be- 
tween transfers. He 
close:] out his Bureau 
career after fifteen 
months in Los An- 
geles. 

Hub is a native 
New Yorker and at- 
tended Manhattan 
College and Fordham 
Law School in New 
York City. He prac- 
ticed law for two 
years in New York 
City before . joining 
the Bureau and now 
is employed as an at- 
torney with Creole Petroleum Corporation, a subsidiary of 
Standard Oil (N.J.) He is married and the father of two 
^/children — a boy and a girl. 




John F. Pryor 

Born in New York City on July 24, 1010. Attended 
Fordham University where he received AB and LLB de- 
grees in 1931 and 1934 respectively. Admitted to New 
York Bar in 1935 and received appointment as Special 
Agent of the Bureau in December of that year. First 
office was at Jacksonville, Fla., followed by Birmingham, 
resident agent at Aberdeen, Miss., Memphis, New York, 
Washington and finally back to New York where he re- 
signed in 1941. During Bureau service was a Supervisor 



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Ola Nazi Activities desk at seat of gOVeriimerit Also mem- 
ber of training division for a time during which he lec- 
tured at several police schools around the country. While 
assigned to New York office, worked on Levine and Pried 

kidnapping "specials" 
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Buchalter investiga- 
tion. At time of res- 
ignation was super- 
visor of the "Custodi- 
an Detention" desk in 
the New York office. 

On leaving Bureau 
took position as As- 
sistant Manager of 
the Protection Dept. 
of R. H. Maey & Co., 
New York City, later 
becoming Manager of 
the Warehouse furni- 
ture division of said 
company. Remained 
with Macy's, with 
time out for service in the Navy until 1947 when he re- 
signed to organize Retail Protection Services Inc., pres- 
ently located at 421 Seventh Avenue, New York City, 
handling private investigations and specializing in provid- 
ing "shopping" and other investigative services for large 
department stores in the metropolitan area. 

Resides at 44 Norgate Road, Manhasset, L. I., New 
York. Family consists of Mrs. Pryor, Patricia, Margaret 
and Laura. 




FOR EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 



Charles O. Blaisdell 

According to the birth records for the City of Brook- 
lyn, New York, the legal career of Charles O. Blaisdell 
officially began on the 27th day of November 1915. 

Charlie spent his childhood in Brooklyn, and in true 

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an ardent 
fan. He at- 
Brooklyn 
School and 






upon graduation en- 
tered Dartmouth Col- 
lege, in Hanover, New 
Hampshire. Here he 
was an active partici- 
pant in various sports 
and an enthusiastic 
member of the col- 
lege football team. 
He was liked and ad- 
mired by his fellow 
classmen for his sin- 
cerity, friendship, and 
all-around ability. He 
graduated in 1937 

with a B.S. degree and a high scholastic standing. 

Immediately following his graduation, Charlie entered 

Columbia University Law School, where he earnestly com- 



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ihehced preparation for his law career; His L.L.B. degree 
received in 1941. 

Charlie was admitted to the bar of the State of New 
York on April 10, 1942, which admission occurred shortly 
after his appointment as a Special Agent of the Federal 
Bureau of Investigation. His work in the Bureau varied 
from the handling of internal security cases during the 
war years to conducting general criminal investigations, 
and he was assigned to the Grand Rapids, Philadelphia 
and New York offices. In 1945 Charlie resigned from the 
Bureau in order to establish his own law practice. In 
April 1941 married Alia Herkstroter whom he had known 
since childhood. 

Although at present the major portion of his time is 
devoted to his family and practice, he is still an ardent 
sports fan and takes an active interest in world events 
in genera!. 

Charlie is President of the Society and a past Secre- 
tary. 



Abe Dickstein 

Born at New York City on August 17, 1906; attended 
schools in the City of New York; married, one child Stev- 
en age 2% years old. From 1926 to 1931 was construc- 
tion engineer on var- 
ious steel buildings. 
Also attended Me- 
chanics and Trades- 
men Institute in New 
York for Architectur- 
al Drafting. From 
1931 to 1933 was Im- 
migrant Inspector 
with the U. S. Immi- 
gration & Naturaliza- 
tion Service. From 
1934 to 1944 was Spe- 
cial Agent with the 
F.B.I. From 1944 to 
1949, was sales man- 
ager with a Clothing 
Manufacturer. From 
1949 to the present 
associated with the Paramount Utilities Corp., 456 Grand 
Street, New York City, Industrial Engineers. 




Howard V. Ross 

Howard Ross is one of those fellows that when you 
meet him you like him immediately. He seems to be an 
easy going chap, full of life and full of fun. Life is really 
wonderful and it should be when you consider that he has 
a most charming wife and a beautiful little girl. Howard 
has a nice home in Bronxville Manor in Westchester. 

Howard is just one of thousands who live and work 
in New York but are not native sons. He hails from St. 
Joseph, Missouri, where he was born in 1914 and where 
he received his preliminary and higher education. He is 
a graduate of the University of Missouri having received 
his L.L.B. in 1937. 

Upon his admission to the Bar, Howard engaged in 
the practice of law at St. Joe until 1941 and entered the 
Bureau as a Special Agent in December, 1941, and served 
until September, 1944. While in the Bureau he was as- 
signed to Birmingham and after a time was resident agent 




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at Greenwood, Mississippi. In 1943 he was on Special to 
New York and later assigned to that office. 

Howard could not stay away from the practice of law 
for long and in 1944 became associated with the prominent 
law Arm of Simpson, Thatcher & Bartlett where he is now 

a senior associate 
specializing in labor 
law. His legal ability 
has been definitely 
established and we 
are sure that it will 
not be long when he 
becomes a member of 
that excellent firm. 

The State of New 
York had insisted up- 
on Howard showing 
his knowledge of law. 
They refused to ad- 
mit him to practice 
upon motion despite 
the fact that he had 
been admitted in 
Missouri for a num- 
ber of years. He 
showed them by passing their bar examination on the 

first try. 

Howard is very active in the Society and has never 
been known to miss a meeting or turn down an assign- 
ment. He is always willing to do more than his share. He 
is at present Chairman of the Membership Committee. 



Ralph G. McCallum 




Eugene D. Dixon 

Gene is a native of Illinois and is an accountant. He 
is married, the father of two children and makes his home 

in Bast Orange, N. J. 

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''.: '■■']:'{ reau in 1936 as a 

4 messenger and 
' : ; worked in several ca- 
■j pacities until his ap- 
pointment as a Spe- 
'; cial Agent on June 5, 
; 1939. He resigned 
■; from the Bureau on 
.; November 19, 1945. 
Gene resigned from 
the Bureau to accept 
the posrtion of Cus- 
■ tomera Relations As- 
jl ? lS|£SP** ^ sistant with the Irv- 

■ ^^M jfl Ik^^ ing Trust Company, 

|gfl H 4fe* '■■} jfl ■ 233 Broadway, New 

■HH^ft : &:::&. .. 3^^^^^^^^ York. He is present- 
ly Asst. Secretary of the Irving Trust Company. 

Gene served as Treasurer of the Society during 1947. 




Ralph G. McCallum a native of Michigan, age 40, re- 
sides with his family in Flushing, L. I., and is employed 

with the Association 
of Casualty & Surety 
Cos. 

Mac is an account- 
ant and served in the 
Bureau from 1930 to 
1934. 

A veteran of World 
War II, serving as a 
Captain in the U. S. 
Marine Corps. He is 
presently an active 
member of the Ma- 
rine Corps Reserve. 

A charter member 
of the Society and 
served as the Society 
Treasurer in 1939. 




Gerard B. Tracy 

Jerry Tracy was born June 29th, 1918 in New York 
City. He is a graduate of City College of New York— 
AB Degree and Columbia University Graduate School of 

Business with MS de- 
gree. 

He entered on duty 
with the Bureau 
! March 1st, 1942 and 
resigned from the Bu- 
reau December 10th, 
1948 after serving as 
a Special Agent in 
the following offices 
I in the Bureau: Bos- 
ton, New Haven, New 
York, Washington, D. 
C., Honolulu, San 
Francisco and Loa 
Angeles. 

A member of the 
Chapter Committee of 
the Society. Instru- 
mental in getting a bid for possible Group Insurance cov- 
erage for members of the Society. 

Associated with the Prudential Insurance Company 
of America and member of the Million Dollar Round 

Table. 

Married and two children, boy and girl. 




FRANK P. PARKER 
FIELD REPRESENTATIVE 



MICHIGAN BREWERS' ASSOCIATION 

717-18 FRANCIS PALMS BUILDING 
DETROIT 1. MICHIGAN 





WOODWARD 2-3898 



December 7, 1950 




PERSONA 



IDENTIAL 



Mr. J. Edgar Hoover, Director 
Federal Bureau of Investigation 
WaWington, D. C. . ■ * 



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My dear Mr 



As Chairman of the Michigan Chapter of the Ex- Agents 
Society, I am directing this letter to you to extend the 
confidences of the Michigan group in the face of the re- 
cent book published by Max Lowenthal. 

We here in Detroit are wondering if there is any ac- 
tion we can conceivably take at this time and you will 
be pleased to note we have directed a letter to Mal- 
colm Bingay, Managing Editor of the Detroit Free 
Press, thanking him for the confidences expressed 
in you and the Bureau in a recent editorial. 



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I would again like to point out, as we have in the past, 
that if there is any possible assistance we may give 
you or the Bureau, you have onijftto say the word and 
we will be ready to act. ^4/vP X W f/ 

I am sending y«7p.fnclosure which is a copy of a re- 
lease made Saturday, December 2, by United Press 
from the New York office and I am sure you caiS^judge 
from its contents that we are still extremely interested 
in your welfare. 



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Ch&rMpjKl^Michigan Chapter, 
THE SOCIETY OF FORMER SPECIAL 
AGENTS OF THE FEDERAL 
BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 
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Dear Mr. Parker: 



Thank your very much for your cordial 
letter of December ?, 1950* It is reassuring to 
know that my associates and I have your continued 
confidence %n the work we are doing. 

I enjoyed reading the ne&s release you 
forwarded. Tou have taken the initiative in publicly 
expressing your views concerning the FBI and I am 
most appreciative of your commendatory remarks* 

I want you to know that I will keep in 
mind your kind offer of assistance and mill feel 
free to call upon you if at any time an occasion 
arises wherein you might be of assistance* 

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Office Memorandum • united Jtajbs government 



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SUBJECT: 



Jfr, Glavin 



Society of former Special kgents/of the FBI 




date: November 29, 1950^ 

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The following is a tabulation of the recently elected 
officers for the Society of Special Agents of the FBI: 



President - Robert Dftfic** Sev t 
1st Vice President -'ubrmine 
2nd Vice President - Wayne 
3rd Vice President 
4th Vice President 
Treasurer - John 
Secretary - John Q 
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Qomplet&j Insurances Services 

1424 K STREET NORTHWEST 

WASHINGTON 5, D. C. 




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President - Robert W. Dick, New York 
1st V. P. - Carmine S. Bellino, Washington, D. C. 
2nd V. P, - Wayne L. Listerman, Cleveland, Ohio 
3rd V. P # - William J. Quinn, Detroit, Kichigan 
4-th V. P. - John A, Morrison, Kansas City, Mo. 
Treasurer - John F. Pryor, New York 
Secretary - John G. Keenan, New York 
Executive Committee: Charles 0. Blaisdell 

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Since his resignation from the F*B*2* he has becos© a 
member of the Million Dollar Hound Tablu, an organisation restricted 
to those men in the insurance fraternity nho sail at least one 
ailllon dollars of life insurance within a calendar year* He is 
also a member of the Board of Gowrncrs of the Forc&am Prep Alwan3 
Association, and active ..in ta&ny other ..religious .and .civic ar.«uii- .. 






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A I ~~\ Chair man fbf the Public Relatidfia Committee 

>" o/ the former Agents Association, called in "ff""^ +.n f t ft# 

ttTjuntfrtthalMnnlr nnrf stated that he wanted to offer his 
Jj pVTTotial services and the services of the former Agents Society-in- 
flf any way in support of the Bureau* He stated that the former 
Agents Society was sending a letter to all Congressmen and 
Senators denouncing the book and enclosing a copy of the Morris 
Ernst article which appeared in Reader's Digest* 

Brennan also stated that he was presently contacting 
Newsweek and Time magazines as he knew the editors personally 
and he was sure that we would get unqualified support from 
them* 

He also stated that Colliers magazine will run an 
editorial in one of their forthcoming editions which will be 
in support of the Bureau* 

Brennan stated thatqfo had not seen the Congressional 
Record for November 30, and j^yopy has been transmitted to him 
today* He has a copy of tt$~bondero speech^- 




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Office Memorandum • united states government 



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SUBJECT: 



The Director 



date: March 13, 1950 



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Executives Conference 

The Exe cutives* Conference , consisting ffof Messrs* 
j Belmont Uohr, Harbo, Clegg 3 Ladd, Rosen, 




Glavin, Quinn Tamm and Nichols, considered the proposal od- 

vanced hv several former Agents for th^nre.ation of an organisa-*™. 

tion which would have as its basic purpose the defense ofjthe 0Mf - 



Bureau r the pro 



d have as its basic purpose the defense of ^6 h e 
ui at i no or tneBureautoith a re serve , the briefin 

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whose basic loyalties 
are inherent in the Bureau, and the Bureau itself, 

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The Conference was advised in detail regarding the 

proposal, which is set forth in greater detail in the attached 

memorandum. It may be observed at this point tha t the proposals were 
discusse d by Messrs* \ | igitfr Messrs* Tracy, 

The idea of the former Agents Jfn the areati on of an 
organisation, which they will call either "The pBI Re$ervf&?or 
"The FBI Reserve Association, "is that^bhe governing body ' of such 
a~~group would be a board of governor s *$onsi sting of seven people.? /J3 -J 
which would be a self -perpetuating body and would constitute the \ 

legislative body for the organisation* It was contemplated that 
this group would incorporate in the D i^frin-k q£ nnJumhfaf that in-^ \ 
the incorporation a specific proviso would be Mi?'~'J i o~rliK~ ¥n ' IHie' 
charter pointing out that the organisation would be dissolved at 
any time in the future sh ould tK e FBI withdraw the use of its namt 
in tnis connection* Mr* M6h? made_ tne very excellent observation 
that probably it would be better^ to have phraseolog y to the 
that the or ganisation would be dissolved by a majority vote of t) 
board of governors* 



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The former Agent 
to membership and, in fact 
the board of governors^ and 
unanimous action* Basical 
former Agents, who had serv 
and resigned in good stand 
invitations would be sent, 
into consideration, any on 
to negate the invitations 



s would set definite sta ndardx for adaii "lift" 
, membership would be by invitation from 
not by application q nd innulrt require 

ly, invitations would be extended to__ 
ed a minimum of two years in the Bureau 
Tng, 'In selecting persons to whom 



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Tfxe following factors would be taken 
e of which would be sufficient grounds 
The record $f Ike UuZJixLdugJ^ Wjyjle in 
his experience ; his character and reouta- 
eau; his current activities* occupation. 
and standing in his communitjj: his availaibilitu for serv ice 



I (tf& the Bureau : the nature of 
I tion after leaving 



g the BuFi 



cc: Mr, Clegg 
cc: Mr» Uohr 

LBN;hmc 



; hjs availability for servi 





Memorandum for the Director 



March 13, 1950 



considering such factors ax ag*^ health* nature of employment 
together with such other factors as may he pertinent along with 
capacity to make contributions to the purposes of the organisation. 
There would be a specific provis o to the* effect that membership 
in the organisation is a privilege to be withdrawn at any timehy 
the board of governors, that conduct o.r members would have to be 
exemplary ana consistent with the policies of the organisation and 
the Bureau as well* 



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It was the considered judgment of the former Agents that 
while they would want the active cooperation of representatives of 
the Bureau in the planning stages and after the organisation is 
created, for official purposes this would be on an informal basis, 
and that the board of governors would take full and complete 
re sponsibilitiTTor the actions of the organisation^ It was' their 
considered judgment that while no doubt charges could be made, 
in fact no criticism could be attached to the FBI or the Director 
for the actions of this organisation. The three former Agents, in 
discussing this matter, observed that with such an organisation, 
with a paid executive secretary, with a channel of communications, 
with local chapters, that they could render a great service in 
bulwarking the Bureau; that there would arise situations wherein 
they could step in and do a job which the Bureau could not do 
officially; that they had no doubt that there would be instances 
wherein individuals with a peculiar attitude toward the Bureau 
and whose actions were not compatible with the Bureau could be 
straightened out by the actions of the former Agents* 



For example, [ 



^observed that he had no doubt 



but that a group of former Agents could have straightened out 
| I even during the days when he was campaigning 

j or uongress, ana certainly he could have been straightened out 
and kept from making some of the wild statements he has made since 
he has been in Congress* 

Messrs* Tolson. Belmont. Mohr and Harbo are apposed to 
the creation of any such organisation* Their basic objection is 
predicated upon the following reasons: 



1* 



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Should the board of governors refuse to invite any 
former Special Agent to affiliate with the organisation, 
then this former Agent would entertain a hostile view 
toward the Bureau and the Director and would blame 
the Director for his not being appointed. 

Members of this organisation would misuse their affi- 
liation with the organisation and capitalise for 
personal gain and for personal reasons upon the 

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Memorandum for the Director 



March 13, 1950 




I name and reputation of the organisation and its 
affiliation with the Bureau* 

3* The Bureau would lose more than 'it would gain by such 
an organisation; that many former Agents are now ren- 
dering a vital service to the Bureau who probably ^g 
could not become members of the reserve and thus would 
become prejudiced to the Bureau* 



1* 



2. 



3* 



\Such an organisation would provide a channel of commu~ 
vnication and a means whereby the loyalty of former 
\Agents could be Kept alive and utilized for the best 
^interests of the Bureau, it being observed that 
{numerous former Agents want to help but don't know 
\what to do* 

The contemplated organisation would negate unfavorable 
criticism toward the Director and the Bureau on the 
part of individuals who failed to receive invitations 
as they would be opposed by the former Agents them- ■ 
selves* Since it would be a privilege to belong to 
such an organisation, any person not selected would 
be most reluctant to make an issue out of this* 

The former Agents in discussing the matter previously 
observed that whenever an individual was dismissed from 
the Bureau's service there was a possibility of creating 
hostility* if this view were carried to its logical 
conclusion, applicants to the Bureau who are rejected 
could become hostile, which has not been the case* 



\The organisation would prohibi 
membership cards* The broad, 
organisation would provide for 
liation with the organisation* 
affiliation with the organisat 
subject one to dismissal from 
it was contemplated they would 
invitation, a document which w 
that would prohibit the improp 
the organisation or capitalisi 



t the use of insignia or 
basic principles of the 

the proper use of affi- 
Any capitalising upon 
ion would be unethical and 
the organisation* In fact, 

sign, in accepting the 
ould contain phraseology 
er use of the name of 
ng upon the Bureau* 



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Memorandum for the Director 



March 13, 1950 



It mas further observed that former Agents could do 
this anyway if they were so inclined, i. e,, the pro- 
clivities of Messrs, Kerley and.Velde, who have not 
been shrinking violets when it came to throwing the 
Bureau* s name around* 

4, Such an organisation would provide the Bureau with a 
trained veserve who would be readily accessible, readily 
available, who could be called for emergency service. 
In this connection, the former Agents observed that 
there would be no point in creating such an organisation 
unless it could be utilised to further the Bureau's 
interests* Certainly, it would be to the Bureau* s 
advantage to have several thousand former Agents who 
would be readily available in case of great emergency, 
who could be called on the phone and told what to do 
and would know how to go about doing it* 

Obviously, such a procedure would be received enthus- 
iastically by the public, who would approve the Director's 
foresight in making provision for such an auxiliary in 
the event of extreme emergency* An organisation such as 
contemplated would within a very short period of time 
completely eradicate the disadvantages occasioned by the 
current Society of Former Special Agents* 

5, \lt was the unanimous belief, even of those opposing 

the idea, that if we were to have such an organisation 
there could be no better time for its creation than the 
present. It was further observed, by the former Agents 
as well as those voting on behalf of the creation of 
such an organisation, that there is not a single 
activity in the Bureau that was not launched in the 
face of potential criticism. Surely, former Agents who 
served with credit in the Bureau can be trusted to the 
extent of equally giving a good account of themselves 
as has been the case with graduates of the National 
Academy, and no thinking former Special Agent could 
reconcile an adverse view on the idea while at the 
same time the Bureau promotes the FBI National Associates, 
Some 14 years of experience with the National Associates 
have not brought on any problems that were insurmountable 
or that reflected discredit to the Bureau, 

Should the majority view be approved a program of imple- 
menting the idea will be prepared. 






Respectfully, 

For the Conference 



- 4 -Clyde Tolson 



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"FBI RESERVE" 



OR FBI RESERVE ASSOCIATION 4eAMl 

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I. PURPOSE 



1* It is to serve as a trained reserve or auxiliary 
in time of emergency* 

2* It will provide a method whereby experienced, loyal, 
former Agents dedicated to the purposes of the FBI 
will serve a common cause* 

3* It provides a means whereby former Agents may, in a 

more intelligent manner, discharge their responsibilities 
as citizens* 

4* In achieving the above purposes it will be something 
more than a social organisation* The FBI National 
Academy Associates establishes a precedence for an 
organization as above outlined* 



II* ORGANIZATION 



1* There shall be a Board of Governors consisting of 7 
members who were formerly Special Agents of the FBI* 
This Board of Governors shall constitute the activating 
committee for this proposed organization* The present 
3 former Agents, Messrs. Tom Donegan, Spencer Drayton, 
and Ed Morgan, will appoint 4 more members to the Board 
after, of course, appropriate clearance with the Bureau* 
Members will be selected bearing in mind the geographical 
location of the members to insure that there is a reasonable 
distribution throughout the UnitedStates* Former Agents 
mentioned as possibilities for appointment weret 

Ray Whitley 
John Bugas 
Al Berens 
P# Kitchen 



2* The initial Board of Governors would serve for a period 
of two years after ixhich a new member would be selected 
each year by the unanimous action of the Board of Governors* 
This would in effect mean that the original Board of 7 
would designate among themselves the period for which 
they are to serve, one •would be for 7 years, 1 for 6 years, 
1 for 5 years, etc* There would theV? be a new member coming 




coming on the Board each year and an old member 
leaving* 

3* The organization would be incorporated in the District 
of Columbia* 

4* The headquarters of the organization -would be Washington, 
D* C* Any local chapters deemed necessary would follow 
generally the territory covered by a particular field 
office* Local chapters would be approved and chartered 
by the Board of Governors* 

5* A constitution and by-laws would be drafted in considerable 
detail by the Board of Governors after consultation with 
designated Bureau officials* 

6* The Board of Governors would be the legislative and 
governing body* 

7* The Board of Governors initially would select the of fioers 
consisting of president, vice-president, and secretary- 
treasurer* An executive secretary would be employed on 
a full time basis* After the first year, the Board of 
Governors would appoint a nominating committee* The 
candidates chosen by the nominating committee for officers 
would be submitted to the membership for a vote* 

8* The Board of Governors would meet at Washington* During 
the initial stages of developing the organization frequent 
meetings will probably be necessary* 

9* The charter would include a provision that the organization 
can be dissolved at any time in the future by the FBI with- 
drawing the use of its name* Messrs* Donegan, Drayton, and 
Morgan unanimously indicated that at any time when the 
Director felt there was no longer any need for such an 
organization that it would be immediately dissolved* 



in* MEMBERSHIP 



1. Ifambership would be by invitation to former FBI Agents 
from the Board of Governors* 

2* Invitations may be issued by the Board of Governors to former 
Special Agents of the FBI having a minimum of two years of 
service in the FBI and resignation in good standing* In 
addition the Board of Governors would consider the following* 

a - Character of record while in FBI 

b - Nature of experience in the FBI 

c - Character and reputation after leaving FBI 

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IV. ACTIVITIES 



NOTE* 



d - Current activities, occupation 
and standing in the community 

e - Availability for service considering 
such factors as health, age, nature of 
present employment, and such other 
causes as may he pertinent* 

f - Apparent capacity to make effective 
contributions to the purposes of the 
organization* 

5* Initiation fee and annual dues would be determined 
according to the necessary requirements for the 
proper administration of the organization* 

4* Membership in the organization shall be a privilege 
and may be withdrawn at any time by the Board of 
Governors when the activity of a member is inoommesurate 
with best interests of the FBI or the FBI Reserve* 

5* There shall be no membership cards oft insignia* 



1* In order to more effectively realize the purposes of 
the organization liaison shall be maintained with the 
Bureau as deemed necessary and advisable* (After the 
organization becomes established it is anticipated 
SACs may be invited to attend local meetings; meetings 
and contacts will be somewhat in tfre nature of the 
relationship existing between the FBI and the FBI 
National Academy; meetings might be held in Washington 
of the entire membership with arrangements made to go 
to Quant ico*) 

2* A periodical would be sent to members from the national 
headquarters of the reserve* The frequency of these 
periodicals would be determined by experience* These 
could be restricted to members only and treated on a 
confidential basis, if deemed necessary* 



The above basic principles of the new organization were suggestions 
made by Messrs. Donegan, Drayton, and Morgan, who met at the Bureau on 
Wednesday, March 8, 1950, and presented their suggestions to Messrs. Nichols, 
Tracy, and Carlson* 



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Messrs* Donegan, Eft*ayton, and Moregn •were unanimously 
of the opinion that the organization can perform a Tory valuable 
function in a very effective manner for the FBI* They were confident 
that any details such as the drafting of a constitution, by-laws, 
incorporation, selection of members, could all be worked out most 
satisfactorily* They all felt that witn approximately 4,000 or 5,000 
former Special Agents of the FBI, the vast majority of whom are loyal 
and enthusiastic supporters of the FBI, that much good oould be 
accomplished with a closer relationship existing* They were also 
confident that in any type of emergency these men could be relied upon 
for immediate and effective service* They felt that the organization 
should grow as rapidly as possible and include a substantialn 
number of these former Agents who oould meet the requirements and pass 
all of the items to be considered prior to invitation to membership* 



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Director, FBI 2/2/51 

SAC, Norfolk 

' SOCIETY OF FORMER SPECIAL AOEHTS OF TBB 
HXEKRAL BOKRXU OF INVI8TIGATICK, IHC. 

This la to advise that I am in receipt of a letter from 
ROBERT W. DICK, President of the above captioned society, advising 
me that he is sending me a copy of the 1951 directory of members 
of this society. 

This is being brought to the Bureau's attention since 
apparently copies of this directory are being sent to all Special 
Agents in Charge. In the event the Bureau does not receive any 
copies of this directory and would be interested in receiving the 
copy sent here, I should be glad to forward it to the Bureau. 
Otherwise it will be destroyed. 

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which m&uld ham ub it® ba&ic purpose the d*f*ns* of the 
Bureau, tfte providing of the Bureau with a reserve, 
ereatiM of a link betmtsn former Agents mh®&$ basic 
!<3|?a2ti#s are inhsrtnt in ih® Bureau. and the Bureau itself* 
W® action mas tmm on this proposal* Mr* Charles 
BZaiad&ll in August, 1950, ®poke with Mr. Qlavln concerning 
oj0##r relation® between th® Bureau ami the Society of 
f&rwmr Special Agent® and at that iim® no encouragement 
m& offered* An mtographe4 photograph mas forwarded to 

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FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 



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JUDGE 



February 2, 1951 



federal Bureau of Investigation 
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att^cjled draft of a Wi S ; J Chicago the 
theXciety of ForLr S w t0 &11 membe ^ of 
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SOCIETY OF FORMER SPECIAL AGENTS 

of the 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, INC 

Room 1025, 70 Pine Street 
New York 5, N. Y. 



January 25, 1951 



Dear Member; 

We are enclosing herewith copy of a letter sent by the 

Society to every U. S. Representative, U. S. Senator, The President 

and Vice President of the United States and the Attorney General of the 

United States. The letter you will find to be self-explanatory and in 

the issue of the Grapevine that you will receive shortly there will be 

an article on the recent book the Federal Bureau of Investigation by 

Tom McDade which is recommended reading to all of you. We are sure 

that it will enable you to answer all inquiries that you may receive 

about the book. 

Sincerely yours, 

Robert W. Dick 
President 



Reader's 

J>^ Digest 

DECEMBER 1950 ^-^ 

ARTICLES OF LASTING INTEREST • 29th YEAR OF PUBLICATION 

The Undelivered Letter • Fulton Oursler 1 

How to Raise a U.N. Police Force .... New American Mercury 3 

Football's Finest Hour • • ; JP°[ onet }° 

The U.S.A. from the Air Harper's Magazine 13 

Birth -The Universal Miracle . . . Woman's Home Companion 19 

The Mystery of Minnie „ fl?* ^r^Zt Tt 

The Fate of the Galloping Ghost . . . . . U.S.Navallnstitute 27 

Life in These United States • • • ■ • ■ fj 

Miss Jessie Fights for the Kids Christian Herald 37 

That's All We Need to Know About You! . . . Ladies Home Journal 41 

The Man Who Hated War Foreign Service 43 

Hijacking Is Big Business .... Afi'nneapo/is Sunday tribune 48 

"We'll Remember Your Lies, Mr. Malik!" Stanley High 52 

Women Are Different - Your Lite 58 

Britain's Comet Opens the Age of Jet Travel ■ • Saga 61 

For a Safe and Sane Christmas Rotanan 65 

Symington: Boss of the Home Front . - ■ • Lite 6/ 

How Artistic Are You? M«tf«ndO«iv« 73 

Occupation: Sultan • • - • "■"■*"" " 

The "Big Tree"- Forest King Donald Culross Peattie 81 

The Magic of an Impulse Albert Q.Mai sel 86 

Phooey on Fear! ?"' ?? ! oq 

Animals in Love ^"iPVZ , 

Those Amazing Synthetic Crystals • .Fortune lUd 

Every Doctor's Office a Cancer-Detection Center . . - • ■ ■ • • 

Woman's Home Companion 1U8 

Avalanche! ; - • Denver Post 111 

When Are We Going to Stop Helping Russia Arm? . . • • - • • 

O. K. Armstrong and Frederic Sondern, Jr. lis 

Samuel Gompers- Little Giant of Labor VictorRiesel 121 

The Phoenix of Fairbanks Dorothy WalwoMh Crowell 126 

•VnHrj^ctliDjd-thr' r '" rtgi " i nrnniiiaii 1JI *I 

"Why I No Longer Fear the FBI ■••_■■• - M orris L. Stmt \3SJ 

«efl HapfJHiina su B tii m LiiiBoiu e i .... . La i mm m 

Little Britches J?a/ph Moody 145 

Spiced Tongue, 22 -Word Power, 133 -Index, 179 



A noted liberal examines the record of the FBI and finds "a fervid 
insistence on protecting the rights of individuals" 



Why I No Longer Fear 
the FBI 



By Morris L. Ernst 

Counsel for the American Civil Liberties Union; 
Wttmrof "The First Freedom," "America's Primei," etc. 



(\ still remember my start of 
/~\1 surprise when I read in the 
\Z/ paper one morning in 1939 
that J. Edgar Hoover, director of the 
Federal Bureau of Investigation, had 
asked the U. S. Attorney General 
not to endorse a law that would 
legalize a free use of wire-tapping. 
Why was Mr. Hoover opposing a 
law which would make his own work 
much easier? His own words, pub- 
lished soon afterward, gave me the 
answer: "I do not wish to be the 
head of an organization of potential 
blackmailers." 

I had been hearing criticisms that 
the FBI was made up of "witch- 
hunters" hounding loyal citizens out 
of their jobs on the flimsiest sort of 
rumor; that they tapped telephone 
wires indiscriminately, learning ev- 
erybody's private business. 

Ever since I read that newspaper 
item I have been studying the FBI. 



I would like to record here what I 

have learned. 

As a liberal with a long record of 
aggressive fighting for the preserva- 
tion of personal liberties, I am in- 
clined to view all law-enforcement 
officers with a wary eye. And not 
without reason: too many times they 
break the law in the performance of 
their duties. 

I grew up in New York where 
there was often a wanton disregard 
for the rights and dignity of human 
beings. Large numbers of newcomers 
to American freedom let the cops 
bulldoze them. In their native lands 
they had been used to police bru- 
talities, and in their new home they 
did not know that the laws pro- 
tected them. 

Such disregard of individual rights, 
expanded on a national scale, seemed 
to me a positive danger, for national 
police have almost invariably abused 



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their power. It was therefore utterly 
confounding to me to discover that 
our federal police agency was doing 
its work with a fervid insistence on 
respecting the rights and privileges 
of individuals. 

When a -skeptical person like my- 
self reads that of all the trials in 
which the FBI was involved last 
year 97 percent ended in conviction, 
he is likely to have cynical reserva- 
tions. And when he learns that 94 
percent of the convictions were 
based on pleas of guilty, he is bound 
to ask: "How were these confessions 
obtained?" 

Nazi and Communist courts have 
taught us that a plea of guilty may 
prove nothing more than that a 
man's will can be broken. One rarely 
hears such charges against the FBI. 
In our courts of appeal — where ac- 
cusations are heard of unfair treat- 
ment and violations of Constitu- 
tional rights — the charge is almost 
never raised against the FBI. 

However, I did not rely on this 
indication alone, nor even on my 
study of case reports, I wrote articles 
in which I asked readers to send me 
any evidence they might have that 
the FBI had violated a person's Con- 
stitutional rights. My scoreboard 
shows a remarkable absence of such 
accusations. On the contrary, all the 
evidence indicates that the FBI as 
a matter of unvarying policy has 
played fair with criminals and sus- 
pects. 

This record is of profound impor- 
tance because events in recent years 
have brought the FBI into quasi- 



political problems. Here the danger 
to personal liberties could easily be- 
come acute. The necessity for in- 
quiring into political activities and 
associations is a new thing in our 
country. We began this nation with 
a great gamble in our hearts — the 
conviction that, if all opposing view- 
points were allowed free expression, 
truth in the end would win out. [ 

The progress of our country has so 
far justified our forefathers' faith in 
the potency of truth. But in the last 
20 years a new enemy — and a com- 
plex problem — has arisen to con- 
fuse us. New political movements, 
by underhanded methods, seek to 
by-pass the honest competition of 
ideas. We face an invisible under- 
ground where Fascists and Com- 
munists work furtively and zealously 
against our freedom and our ideas of 
decency. 

Something had to be done about 
that, and the FBI had to do it. What 
was its task? To bring the facts up 
from underground so that all the 
people can know what is being 
plotted. 

It is natural that loyalty investi- 
gations should give us qualms. We 
shudder to authorize wire-tapping 
and other forms of spying. But they 
seem necessary if we are to preserve 
our freedom. They have been forced 
upon us by the underground. 

I am unwilling to ignore the dan- 
ger of the Communist movement in 
the United States just because the 
Reds seem few in number.- 1 saw mv 
friend Jan Masaryk, Czechoslova- 
kia's democratic Foreign Minister, 



WHY I NO LONGER FEAR THE FBI 



in Prague not long before he came 
to his end. I know intimately the 
story of Quisling. I know how help- 
less democratic forces can be, if they 
do not protect their people against 
the secret discipline, the abominably 
careful scheming of totalitarian mi- 
norities. 

The Communists could never win 
an election in the United States. 
They do not expect to do so. The 
Communist program, like the Ku 
Klux Klan, can grow only by stealth 
in dark cellars. J. Edgar Hoover was 
right when he stood firmly against 
a plan to outlaw the Communist 
Party when the first public outcry 
was made against the Communists. 
Why drive more of them under- 
ground? All that such an act could 
ever outlaw would be a name. The 
next day the same revolutionists 
would turn up under a new title. 

Until Congress is wise enough 
to pass laws which force open opera- 
tion of all mass movements, we shall 
have to protect ourselves against 
secretly organized attack. We can 
bring all subversive outfits into the 
open by requiring all mass move- 
ments to report to the Government 
the essential facts about themselves 
— the names of all their officials, the 
money they take in and from whom 
it comes, and how it is spent. 

I suggest that the McCarran bill 
recently passed by Congress will not 
work because the Communists will 
either put their organizations un- 
derground or abandon them to 
start other organizations for the 
same purposes under other names. 



The requirement to disclose essen- 
tial facts is no invasion of privacy. 
The President's Committee on Civil 
Rights unanimously recommended 
that such laws be passed; repre- 
sented on the committee are mem- 
bers of the AFL, the CIO and 
various minority groups. No decent 
organization hesitates to identify 
itself; why should any other kind of 
organization be protected? 

Even without such laws, the FBI 
has handled delicate problems well. 
On Pearl Harbor Day the bureau 
was able to advise the Attorney 
General of the basis for authorizing 
the arrest of some 16,000 persons. 
A few of the 16,000 became my 
clients. I defended them before 
hearing boards and was able to help 
free some of them. In every case 
there were fair hearings, with every 
consideration being shown to the 
defense. 

And although I was the lawyer for 
certain acquitted suspects, I must 
admit that Mr. Hoover had a justifi- 
cation in picking up my clients; 
th.ere was cause for suspicion, and no 
injustice was done. 

One Jewish refugee was picked up 
because she had entertained one of 
Hitler's most potent underground 
spies. But it was easy for me to pro- 
duce conclusive evidence that my 
client did not know her guest was a 
Nazi. She was set free — but the 
authorities had been right to bring 
her in for questioning. 

Largely as a result of the trials 
of Judith Coplon and Valentin Gu- 
bitchev, there has been publicity 



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and much argument about "listen- 
ing in," but both sides seem to over- 
look the real purpose of FBI wire- 
tapping and its actual extent. 

One of the greatest liberals said in 
1941: "I do not believe it [wire- 
tapping] should be used to prevent 
domestic crimes, with possibly one 
exception — kidnaping and extor- 
tion in the Federal sense. There is, 
however, one field in which, given 
the conditions in the world today, 
wire-tapping is very much in ' the 
public interest. This nation is arming 
for national defense. It is the duty 
of our people to take every step to 
protect themselves. I have no com- 
punction in saying that wire-tapping 
should be used against those persons, 
not citizens of the United States, 
and those few citizens who are trai- 
tors to their country, who today are 
engaged in espionage or sabotage 
against the United States." 

This statement was made by Presi- 
dent Franklin D. Roosevelt. In fact 
he established the policy which has 
since been adhered to by the At- 
torneys General. Note, however, 
that FBI agents never undertake 
wire-tapping on their own author- 
ity; permission must first be ob- 
tained from the Attorney General. 
Furthermore, wire-tapping evidence 
cannot be used in federal courts. Its 
only value to the FBI is in opening 
up leads for inquiry. 

The loyalty-investigation program 
has created a misconception about 
the FBI's function. Every American 
should understand that the FBI does 
not try Government employes. It 



merely serves various Government 
bodies as a reporting agency. When 
a reporting agency has the power to 
edit, it can make anyone appear a 
devil or a hero. But the FBI does 
not edit. It gathers the facts about a 
federal employe and turns over its 
findings to the head of the depart- 
ment. And that is all it does, or can 
do, except that it frequently is able 
to save a suspect. in his job when 
rumor is doing its best to get him 
fired. J. Edgar Hoover cannot fire a 
single person. His reports do not 
even contain recommendations. The 
FBI turns in all the evidence it finds 
— including unverified tips, rumors, 
gossip — everything. It adds com- 
ments and evaluation of their ac- 
curacy, and there its responsibility 
ends. It is up to the heads of ad- 
ministrative agencies to act. 

It would be folly to ignore rumors, 
or even anonymous messages; an 
unsigned note was instrumental in 
sending the notorious General Mey- 
ers* to prison. Ditto for thousands 
of less spectacular examples. To 
abandon that policy would be to as- 
sign to Hoover's assistants the duty, 
and the power, to screen the reports. 
I should be very much disturbed 
if police agents were permitted to 
withhold evidence on their judg- 
ment of its value. Far better the 
present system: the complete reports 
go to the responsible official; every - 



* Major General Bennett E. Meyers, former 
Air Force purchasing officer, convicted of in- 
ducing a former business associate to lie under 
oath about irregular war contracts in which 
Meyers was involved. 




January 22, 1951 



This organization which has been in existence since 1937, represents 
approximately 2,000 former Special Agents of the Federal Bureau of Inves- 
tigation. Recently, there was a scurrilous attack on the work of that Bureau 
in a book entitled M The Federal Bureau of Investigation". We understand every 
member of Congress was furnished with a free copy of this book by the publish- 
er and/or the author. A 



The members of this Society consider the book not only an attack on the 
Federal Bureau of Investigation and its Director, Mr. Hoover, but also an 
attack on our entire membership, all of whom have formerly been associated 
with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The allegations and insinuations in 
the book that ex-F, B. I. Agents are labor spies are unwarranted, unjust and 
without any basis in fact. In fact, the vast majority of our membership are 
either practicing attorneys or certified public accountants. The remainder 
hold responsible positions in Industry and the Government. Several former 
Agents are members of the judiciary and others are members of Congress. 
All our members having been Special Agents of the Federal Bureau of Inves- 
tigation certainly have first-hand knowledge about the work of the Bureau, and 
we wish to record our objections to this book in the strongest possible terms. 

The book was presented to the public as an objective work and in the 
interests of national security. We are sure if you have examined the book, 
you will have found that it is neither. You have probably noted the author's 
tricky placement of material out of context and that he has compiled nothing 
but derogatory remarks. The author has failed to make any mention of the 
Bureau for the 14 year period between 1924 and 1938, and its outstanding 
achievements in that particular period. 

We could comment upon the book at length but realize that the charge of 
prejudice could always be levelled at us because of our prior association with 
the Federal Bureau of Investigation. It is for that reason that we wish to bring 
forcibly to your attention the attached article appearing in the December 1950 
issue of "Reader's Digest" by Morris L. Ernst, Counsel, American Civil Lib- 
erties Union. 



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We have made no effort to determine when Mr. Ernst prepared his 
article for the "Reader's Digest" but are confident that it was a mere co 
incident that it appeared in print about the time of the publication of the book, 
"The Federal Bureau of Investigation". We are sure Mr. Ernst is free of 
prejudice and that his article is a complete refutation of the attack made in 
the book upon the Bureau. You will note Mr. Ernst states he has been studying 
the Bureau since 1939. When one who has dedicated himself to the preserva- 
tion of personal liberties to the extent that Mr. Ernst has, gives his approval 
to the operation of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, you can be sure that 
such approbation was not lightly given. 

Very truly yours, 



ROBERT W. DICK 

President 

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February B M 1951, and the enclosed material* 

X have read with interest the letter 
prepared by this organisation and I certainly 
appreciate your making a copy available to me* 

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Our Society has received its directories of the 
Society membership for the year 1951. I think that you might 
be interested in having some copies of the directory for your- 
self and your several assistants in the Bureau* As President 
of the Society of Former Special Agents of the Federal Bureau 
of Investigation, Inc., and in behalf of all the members, I 
vish to advise that I am today mailing you, under sep 
cover, six copies of this new directory. 

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Pear Mr. Dick: 

2ftanfr you for your thoughtful letter of 

January 84, 1951* 

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of your Society membership and sincerely appreciate 

your kindness in making them available to me m 

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This organization which has been in existence since 1937, represents 
approximately 2, 000 former Special Agents of the Federal Bureau of Inves- 
tigation. Recently, there was a scurrilous attack on the work of that Bureau 
in a book entitled "The Federal Bureau of Investigation". We understand every 
member of Congress was furnished with a free copy of this book by the publish- 
er and/or the author. 

The members of this Society consider the book not only an attack on the 
Federal Bureau of Investigation and its Director, Mr. Hoover, but also an 
attack on our entire membership, all of whom have formerly been associated 
with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The allegations and insinuations in 
the book that ex-F. B. I. Agents are labor spies are unwarranted, unjust and 
without any basis in fact. In fact, the vast majority of our membership are 
either practicing attorneys or certified public accountants. The remainder 
hold responsible positions in Industry and the Government. Several former 
Agents are members of the judiciary and others are members of Congress. 
All our members having been Special Agents of the Federal Bureau of Inves- 
tigation certainly have first-hand knowledge about the work of the Bureau, and 
we wish to record our objections to this book in the strongest possible terms. 

The book was presented to the public as an objective work and in the 
interests of national security. We are sure if you have examined the book, 
you will have found that it is neither. Tou have probably noted the author's 
tricky placement of material out of context and that he has compiled nothing 
but derogatory remarks. The author has failed to make any mention of the 
Bureau for the 14 year period between 1924 and 1938, and its outstanding 
achie venae nts in that particular period. 

We could comment upon the book at length but realize that the charge of 
prejudice could always be levelled at us because of our prior association with 
the Federal Bureau of Investigation. It is for that reason that we wish to bring 
forcibly to your attention the attached article appearing in the December 1950 
issue of "Reader's Digest" by Morris L. Ernst, Counsel, American Civil Lib- 
erties Union. 



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We have made no effort to determine when Mr. Ernst prepared his 
article for the "Reader's Digest" but are confident that it was a mere co- 
incident that it appeared in print about the time of the publication of the book, 
"The Federal Bureau of Investigation". We are sure Mr. Ernst is free of 
prejudice and that his article is a complete refutation of the attack made in 
the book upon the Bureau. You will note Mr. Ernst states he has been studying 
the Bureau since 1939. When one who has dedicated himself to the preserva- 
tion of personal liberties to the extent that Mr. Ernst has, gives his approval 
to the operation of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, you can be sure that 
such approbation was not lightly given. 

Very truly yours, 



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Society of Former Special Agents 

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Dear Mr* Dick: 

I eincerely appreciate receiving your communication 
of January 83, 1951, together with a copy of your letter of 
January £8, 1961m 

X had the pleasure of reading the extension of 
remarks by the Honorable Mike Mansfield on the floor of the 
House of Representatives on last fkursday* At that time 
he incorporated into the Congressional Record your letter 
of the BBnd and the article "Why I Ho Longer fear the FBI* 
by Morris L. Srnst. I want to congratulate you for your 
most effective and far-reaching efforts on our behalf* Tour 
fellow members of the Society of Tomer Special Agents of the 
federal Bureau of Investigation, Inc., are in an excellent 
position to know of the numerous inaccuracies, distortions and 
half-truths which appeared in Lq wen thai * s publication. The *o- 
called "objective 9 study is indeed only an attempt to discredit 
our organization and was prompted by an ulterior w^4W» 

Please extend to the members of your society my /"} 

sincere thanks for the stalwart defense and excellent Ju#gnen* 
in following the course of action set forth in your communication* 

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Relations and Executive Committees gaye_c_ojg£W«lSfel^J&iy!d^^ to 

the book entitled «Bie_ Federal Bureau of 1^ 

• Qiall tTwas our considered opinion that the several columnists and 
book reviews appearing in the daily papers had done a very good job in 
behalf of the Bureau. E very indi cation vas that the book ^mulsLnot be 
widely read and we, therefore, deemed it unwise to wnn^m with the 



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would possibly attract more attention to toe book* 

It is our understanding that a copy of this book was 
to every member of Congress, and w e. have today mailed to earth TBfnheg-of 
1he House of Representative^ the United States {Senate^ Jtfeu Attorney, Gener- 
al and the President of the United States a letter as is enclosed. Each 
member of the Society is being fteiished with a cop^ of this letter, and 
we ; lire~pubTIsliing an article prepared by Tom McDade in the "Grapevine ", 
which will appear In the next couple of weeks. You will, of course, be 
furnished with a copy of the "Grapevine", and I believe that you will find 
that Mr. McDade has treated the book very effective2v^*The purpose of 
publishing this article in the "Grapevine" is tevbe^dHjlinform our mem- 
bership, so that in case any member of| tflfc^J^J-lI snouSd attempt a dis- 



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